Finally, in Sweden, where the road will travel faster E6, to Oslo, Norway. Along the way, I will mention a few things, raccomandandoti take note, if you want to return to Scandinavia. The landscapes of the Kattegat and Skagerrak are truly fascinating, and what you will see on our left is the Danish coast. You’ll tell me if you want to deviate Bastad (beautiful scenery), or in Marstrand (a fortress must), but I’ll offer you a stop in Tanum (the center of the most important prehistoric Sweden). http: //www.norway.org / travel /
You can annotate the city of Laholm (small and quaint town with wooden houses painted, all facing microscopic roads), but also Verberg (with a mighty fortress and a museum, which conserrva the mummified body of man Bocksten, even with the Its medieval dress). Before arriving in Oslo – but only if we have respected our schedule – we can stop our motorhome in Halden, to photograph the sunset on the Fredriksten fortress (the largest in Norway). Our dinner? At Hukodden Beach Restaurant, an casual waterfront restaurant with a great location by Huk beach on the Bygdøy peninsula, with lovely views of the Oslo Fjord.