Combine two Scandinavian countries in one trip! Start your journey from Stockholm or Oslo, and leave the rental motorhome to either one. This way more time is saved to the adventure itself! Visit the dynamic capital cities, enjoy local zoos and feel the experience of the true Scandinavian atmosphere. 

Day 1

Pick up the rental motorhome at Märsta motorhome rental station, near Arlanda International airport OR, if your pick-up is from the Oslo motorhome rental station, the route is in reverse order.

Enjoy driving along the crystal blue lakes and green fields, stopping in villages for a stroll. Lake Mälaren has some 100 different historical castles, palaces and country houses around its shore, due to its importance as the major waterway.

10 km, Sigtuna, Sweden's second oldest town, was founded in 980. The ruins of original churches still remain, and the attractive main street is lined with picturesque wooden buildings, following the old route. Still in use today is the 13th century church of St Maria, the oldest brick-built church in Mälardalen.

40 km, Uppsala has a grand cathedral and the seat of Sweden´s archbishop. The Castle houses an intriguing art museum. Uppsala University is the home of Carl von Linné, the famous professor of medicine (God created, Linné organized)

80 km, Västerås is a perfect example of an old Swedish industrial town, where colorful history is still visible in workshops and restored wooden houses by the river. The modern days are represented by art galleries, events and amusement parks.

Västerås Mälarcamping

Day 2

To avoid driving the rental camper to greater Stockholm on the way south, you can cross Lake Mälaren via Enköping or Kvicksund.

45 km, Eskilstuna is most famous for its Viking Age rock carvings, but also offers numerous museums and the Parken zoo for nature lovers.

35 km, Strängnäs, as keeper of the keys of the Kingdom, was an important center in the Middle Ages.
Selaön island, the biggest island in Lake Mälaren has more rune stones than any other part of Södermanland, indicating that this was an ancient cultural center.

120 km, Kolmården

First Camp Kolmården, Östra Brevikenvägen, 61834 Åby

Day 3

Enjoy your day visiting the Kolmården Zoo, which is the largest in Scandinavia, and hosts more than 750 species from all over the world, from all continents and climates.

Day 4

135 km, Vadstena, situated on the shores of Lake Vättern, is dominated by the abby of Vadstena Kloster, dating back to the 14th century and St Bridget. She is the patron saint of Sweden, and in 1999 became one of the patron saints of Europe. In 1370, she gained the Pope's permission to found a monastic order, the Brigittine Order. Male power is represented by the mid 16th century castle of the Vasa kings.

18 km, Göta Canal, the blue band of Sweden, is the high point of Swedish engineering history. It took 22 years to build a waterway across Sweden from the Baltic Sea, to join the already completed Trollhättan Canal, and provide a route through the the Kattegatt.

Vadstena Camping, Hofslagaregatan 11, 59230 Vadstena

Day 5

Driving 60 km with a rental camper to Gränna offers fascinating views over Lake Vättern. Gränna is famous for the polka grisar candy!

40 km, Huskvarna - Jöngköping is a town grown together due to industrial activities, but also offers its visitors the beauty of the surrounding lakes, gardens and peaceful residential areas.

85 km, Borås surprises with an enormous spirit of enterprise and a number of companies, when the town center seems so idyllic. It hosts a popular university, vivid cultural events and a zoo.

70 km, Gothenburg, this maritime metropolis has for centuries been one of the country's important waterways to the outside world, as can been seen when walking along the Göta River. Spectacular modern buildings, such as the Gotegor Opera and Utkiken, show a big contrast with the city's historic monuments of the Kronhuset and the East India Company Building. The Liseberg Amusement Park and several other parks of sport and gardens offer excellent spaces for enjoying your freetime.
Volvo cars has a visitors' center at its Torslanda Plant in Gothenburg, and the SAAB car factory in Trollhättan (60km inland) can also be visited, with its waterfalls on the canal linking the Lake Vänern to Göta river.

Lisebergsbyn Kärralund Camping, Olbersgatan 9, Gothenburgh

Rental Camper in Gothenburg

Day 6

60 km, Uddevalla is famous for its shipbuiding and houses seafaring history in Sveriges Sjömanshus Museum.

60 km, Lysekil lies at the far end of the Stångenäset peninsula, by Gullmarsfjorden, the only real fjord of Sweden. The town has an aquarium devoted to the marine and plant life found off the Bohuslän Coast. The history of architecture, fishing and bathing traditions are still visible today.

45 km, Nordens Ark in Hunnebostrand caters specially for endangered species in their zoo and nature park.

30 km, Fjällbacka is a popular holiday resort, where Ingrid Bergman also enjoyed many summers.

HB Fjällbacka Camping, Sälviksvägen 25, Fjällbacka

Day 7

Along the west coast of the Northern Sea, the sea is rough and the view in general is very different from the east coast, on the shores of the Baltic Sea.
The closer you drive to Norway, the more the landscape changes, but you may be positively surprised to find so many beautiful, sandy beaches and holiday resorts with activities - a destination that should not be overlooked as a rental motorhome holiday destination.

150 km, Moss is much more than the closest town to the Rygge airport of low cost airlines. There are historical manor houses with restaurants, as well as galleries and other cultural facilities. You are easily lured to enjoy the nature with its outdoor activities.

Hestholmen Camping, Oven Råde, Rygge Östfold

Day 8

60 km, Oslo, the capital of Norway, makes you stop driving the rental motorhome, due to all the sights not to be missed; Kon-Tiki, Fram and the Viking's Museum are mentioned here only as a few of the most attractive ones. The Oslo Opera House, Royal Castle and Vigelandsparken are also definitely worth visiting.

Bogstad Camping & Turistsenter, Anderveien, Oslo

Motorhome rental in Oslo

Day 9

310 km, Eidfjord by the Hardangervidda National Park, and the nature centre, make a good excuse to stop driving for a day or two. An educational film by Ivo Caprino, and other interactive ways, show us how we are related to the nature, even today.

Nearby, you will also find the most visited natural attraction, Vöringsfossen waterfall, with a vertical drop of 145 meters. Always have your camera ready while driving in Norway!

Saebo Camping, Övre Eidfjord

Day 10

155 km, Bergen is finally in sight; the idyllic harbour town, surrounded by mountains and fjords.
Bryggen, the old Hanseatic wharf, is on UNESCO's World Heritage List, and for a good reason. Museums of Art and history, along with the Fish Market and Funicular, would keep you busy for days.
Perhaps you might return here after your rental motorhome holiday with the Hurtigruten ferry, seeing the fjords from a different perspective.

Bergen Camping Park, Travparkvegen, Breistein

Day 11

After numerous photo stops and driving inland 170 km, along the fjords and rivers, to higher altitudes on winding roads, you will reach Flåm. Here, you may want to change the rental motorhome to one of the most beautiful train trips of the world, or perhaps take part in the Fjord Safari on boat. Or why not both?

Flaam Camping, Nedre Brekkevegen 12, Flaam


Rental Camper Fjord Norway

Day 12

282 km, Lillehammer had two weeks of fame during the Olympic Winter Games of 1994, but still has the facilities and the fantastic surroundings for outdoors activities - remember to include Lillehammer in your motorhome holiday plans. 
For less adult-minded travellers, Hunderfossen offers entertainment in the Family Park with widely known Norwegian fairy tale characters, trolls and others. Most characters are based on the stories of Asbjornsen & Moe, and with the help from Ivo Caprino, late puppet film director, the fairytales live on.

Hunderfossen camping, Fossekrovegen, Lillehammer

Day 13

After only a 100 kilometer drive to Touring Cars' rental station in Minnesund, you still have a chance to enjoy the pristine nature and activities in Lillehammer, or drive to the Lake Mjösa for the last night, before returning the rental motorhome. It is the largest lake of Norway and one of the deepest lakes in Europe. Here, you can relax fishing or boating, or climb up for better views.

Evjua Camping, Totenvika, Skreia


Day 14

Returning of rental motorhome at Minnesund camper rental station

Camper rental in Norway



Pick up: Stockholm, Sweden

Drop-off: Oslo rental station, Minnesund Norway

Small Rental Motorhome in May for 14 days  2790 EUR

Family Rental Motorhome in May for 14 days 3070 EUR


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  • One-way services
  • 2 gas bottles
  • Priority check-out with post rental check up
  • Unlimited km
  • All taxes 
  • Quality Rental motorhome 
  • VIP airport pick-up service. Service is offered from/to main airport of each destination country.
  • Personal customer service and orientation to your rental vehicle We allocate as much time to customer service at the pick-up and drop-off as required.
  • Linen exchange free of charge. Possibility to replace any rented linen and bedding for a freshly laundered supply during their stay at any of our rental stations.
  • TC Basic insurance
  • Navigation 
  • High quality kitchen and dining ware
  • Electricity cable with adapter
  • Water hose
  • Vehicle levellers  (tyre wedges)
  • Free of charge information package giving good insight to travelling with a retnal motorhome and to our destination countries. Available at the camper rental stations.
  • 24 h phone service for all road side questions
  • vehicle replacement service in case of major malfunction