|Subject: Denmark and Norway|
There's a ferry line from England (from Harwich) to Esbjerg in
Denmark. It takes about 20 hrs. From there you're on the coast of Jylland,
the main peninsula with so many interesting spots like Ribe, Silkeborg and
I loved also the white sand stretches on the isle of Fano, just a couple
miles away from the western coast.
You can then cross the bridge to isle of Fyn and visit Odense, the
birthplace of H.C.Andersen, and cross again the new long bridge to
Sjelland, where you could sped weeks seeing castles, Viking sites and old
towns before heading north to Copenhagen. From there, you can see Sweden
and there's another very long bridge under construction which will connect
just south of the town. I toured the country by car and have no experience
of train, but I know some stations offer tour packages for visiting the
most important places you couldn't reach being on your own.