Copenhagen to Sweden Daytrip: Countryside Bike Tour

Tours & Sightseeing in Around Stockholm

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The southern part of Sweden have diverse characteristics in both nature and culture. If your insterested in these areas then this tour is for you. If your interests include gourmet and food then it's possible to arrange food stops along the way in local f
  Kallbadhus Enjoy the sauna bath with stunning views of the sea, ice-cold seaside winter or winterrefreshing bath in summertime. There are also wood burning baths, massage, etc.In our restaurant you will find a wide range of hot dishes, salads, etc.  Fiskehamnen Open fishmarket that is intact, here you can find fresh fish every day. You can also taste freshly caught fish.Öresundsbron Öresund Bridge is a 15.9 km long connection across and under Öresund between Malmö and Copenhagen. It opened on July 1, 2000. The connection consists of a 7.8 km long bridge, the 4 km closest to Denmark being a tunnel because the span of one high bridge had been a danger to air traffic at Kastrup Airport. As a transition from bridge to tunnel, the artificial island Pepparholmen was formed with a length of about 4 km. Katrinetorp This is a well-preserved 19th century farmhouse in Malmö with various gardens and an English park. At Katrinetorp's garden café you can have a cup of coffee with home cooking or have a good meal. Many of the raw materials used in the kitchen are taken from Katrinetorp's garden. Adolfs Torg Gustav Adolf Square, or "Gustav" as the square is often called, is one of Malmö's most popular squares. The site is diligently used for various events such as ex. The Malmö Festival and the Christmas season glitter 7000 lamps in the blood book, this is a popular meeting place.

What’s included

  • Bike rental

What’s not included

  • Food and drinks, unless specified
  • Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase)
  • Excess luggage charges (where applicable)
  • Transportation to/from attractions