Sweden and Denmark share connections. Pristine cities and endless islands basking in the blissful Scandinavian summer sun. Nordic cuisine is innovative and delicious. The locals are charming, happy, enviably good-looking—and they share your love for the bike. Two countries connected by a simple appreciation of nature, food, culture and life.
1-2 Explore the magnificent Stockholm archipelago by bike, water taxi and ferry | Warm up with a loop ride on Färingsö Island in sparkling Lake Mälaren—just one of Sweden's 95,700 lakes | Pedal amid woodland, rural farms and villages | Visit the World Heritage site of Drottningholm Palace, a resplendent 17th-century estate and private residence of the royal family | Spin from island to island past Swedish summer homes and quaint villages to the historic town of Vaxholm.
3-4 Ride through farmland and forests to catch a quick ferry across the Himmer Fjord to the island of Mörkö | Admire the rococo embellishment and vast gardens of Tullgarn Castle, the royal summer palace | Stroll the charming waterfront town of Trosa | Spin along the quiet Baltic coastline before relaxing on the train to Copenhagen.
5-6 Shimmering water, white-sand beaches, horse farms and manor homes await on the Danish Riviera | Pedal past summer residences on the Baltic Sea | Cruise a bike path through forests near Klampenborg Royal Hunting Grounds | Narrow winding roads lead to thatch-roofed houses and Frederiksborg Slot, Scandinavia's largest Renaissance castle | Make your way to Rungsted, a bustling marina filled with cafés and shops | Explore Copenhagen's charming historic sites on foot.