Travel by car
Helpful for planning the daily trips is googlemaps or the ADAC route planner, which also shows you the costs for the toll and fuel costs for the routeplanning. Experience has shown that with 2 drivers you can do about 1.000 – 1.200 km.
For the destinations in south and central Norway, the ferries are dedicated to Oslo, Larvik.
Keep in mind that ferries have at least one hour of waiting time before departure, as they follow fixed timetables and you do not want to miss your ship.
Alternatively the route through Denmark is also faster, exclusively on motorways, on which one can drive 110-130 km/h.
For the journey over the Storebelt bridge (bridge over the great Belt) the toll is approx. 32.80 € (12/19). For the Öresund Bridge it is about 53.55 € (12/19). Total toll: € 86.35 for Sweden and Denmark. Both tickets can be bought at the toll station along the motorway.
The journey continues from Copenhagen over the bridge to Malmö in Sweden. On the motorways (till 30 km north of Stockholm) ist the speed limit 100-110 km/h.
On the overland roads up the Baltic Sea coast towards northern Norway and through Lapland the speed limit ist 80-90 km/h.
In Norway there is a speed limit of 80 km/h, but often the road is so narrow that a maximum of 50 km/h is possible. So plan for a 50 km ride approx. 1 hour!
Check out the travel examples and click on the link below the picture to follow Google Maps: