Posted 2 months ago
so last night I finally planned our Interrail trip to Norway with my girlfriend. We have 3 weeks in July and August. Our plan is to go from Lippstadt (Germany) to Göteborg,then rest 2 nights and take the train in the morning to Bergen. In Bergen we planned 2 nights and then go back to Oslo in a nighttrain, and instantly take the train from Oslo to Trondheim. There we will stay one night and take the train up to Bodo. We decided to stay one night in Bodo to then take the early ferry on to the Lofonten, where our main destination is. On the lofonten we are planning to stay up to 5-7 nights in a Airbnb. Then take the bus to Narvik early, to get on the nighttrain to Stockholm. The rest of the time we would stay in Stockholm and Copenhagen and then drive back from Copenhagen to our hometown.
1. What do I think of this route? Could this be possible in 3 weeks?
2. Could it be, that we are stuck in Narvik, because the train will leave earlier than our Bus arriving?
3. We are planning on booking some hostels and Airbnbs, but we thought it is only necessary in the smaller towns like Bodo, Lofonten, Trondheim and gotheborg, am I right, or should we book nearly everything?
4. Do I think or 5-7 days in lafonte is to long, but we love hiking and also want to do some culture and for example things like canoeing. Is this all possible without a car and only with busses?
I think Im a little stressed right now, because we don't have much time left and I'm sorry iv my englis h isn't that great
Hope u all have an wonderful day and maybe u can take some stress from me away (: