Scope of the day was to drive back within one day from southern Norway to Berlin, Germany with using some ferries on the way for different impressions, breaks and relaxation.
Start: 6.30 am at Scandic Parken in Sandefjord, Norway.
End: 9.40 pm at Frankfurter Tor in Berlin, Germany.
Travel distance: appr. 935 km
Driving distance: appr. 875 km
Used car ferries:
These ferries cross Skagerrak, southern Kattegat and south part of Baltic Sea.
The main impressions were around travelling effectively with a little experience factor.
My conclusion: After a full day traveling I would recommend this route for a long one-day leg from southern Norway to Germany. The costs are higher than only taking motorways but the relaxation and experience factor by using ferries was even better for me.
Tip: From Sandefjord you can easily reach first attractive routes and places in Norway, e.g. scenic route Skien - Rjukan.
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(c) Author: Mark König, written June 2018