III. PLAN OF TOUR.
Steamer to Molde. In the afternoon visit Battenfjordseren (p 197) .°ayS
steamer via Christianssund to Trondhjem o
[Or from Nsrste by Eidsvaag to Eidseren (p. 197);' Sundal'steamer to
Christianssund; steamer next day to Trondhiem 91
Trondhjem (R. 29)....... ...... J
Return thence as indicated on p. xvi.............
VI. A Fortnight from Christiania.
Steamer to Christiania (p. 8). Christiania . . a
Railway to Fagemat-Dokka (p. 46); drive through the Val'der's (pp. 48-52)'
to Lairdalseren (p. 153)........ rp ' »
Steamer to Gudvangen (R. 21); walk or drive'to Stalheim (p'l43l-
drive to Vossevangen (p. 13(1); rail to Bergen (R. 20). Bergen . ! 3
Steamer to Odde on the Hardanger Fjord (R 19) i
Drive by Seljestad to Breifond Hotel fp. 114) and >«s on'suldals-
vand, steamer to Ose«; drive to Sand; steamer to Stavanger 2
Steamer from Stavanger to England (p. xii).......... 2
VII. Seven Weeks in Sweden.
Steamer from England (p. xii) to Gotenburg . o
Gotenburg, and railway to Trollhattan (RR. 43, 44) . ' • • ■ 2
Steamer on Lake Vener,, to the Kinnekulle (R. 44); railway by FalkSping
to Jonkoping (R. 46). Jonkoping........ 3
Steamer on Lake Vettern to Motala and by the' Gota Canal to Stock¬
holm (R. 47).......... o
Stockholm and Environs (RR. 50, 51). \ \ \ ...... 4
Excursion to Upsala, Falun, and Lake Siljan (RR. 52, 56, 57) ' 5
Steamer from Stockholm to Haparanda (RR. 63, 68) . '3
Steamer back to LiileS; railway to Gellivara (RR. G5, 67) . 3
Rail back to Murjek (p. 401); drive by Vuollerim to Jockmock (R. 66).' 1V-,
Row and walk to Kvickjock and back (R. 66).........
Drive and steam from Jockmock to Edefors and Hednoret (p 380)-
rail to Vdnnas (p. 379) and Ume& (p. 385) .... \
Steamer to Hernosand (R. 63 and p. 382)...... ' 1
Steamer up the Angerman-Elf to Solleftei (p. 384); railway 'to' Bisp-
garden (p. 378)............... 1
Steamer down the Indals-Elf to Sundsvall' (R. 61)'. '....... 1
Railway to OstersundJUR. 60, 59).......'..'..'.' 1
Railway (R. 59) to Are (excursion to the Areskutan) and Duf'ed (ex¬
cursion to the Tannfors), and back to Stockholm . . 4
Steamer to Gotland (Wisby) and back to Kalmar (p. 269); railway by
Vexib (p. 268) and Lund (p. 263) to MalmS ......... 3
The Excursion Stbameks already mentioned start from several
British ports, from Antwerp, and from Hamburg, some of them
visiting the chief W. Fjords only (12-15 days), others going to
Trondhjem and back (about 15 days), others again plying as far as
the North Cape, Iceland, and Spitzbergcn |22-28 days). The fares,
including food, range from about lOi. to lOOi. As the arrangements
vary from year to year the traveller should apply to one of the
tourist-agents for the latest information.
IV. Conveyances. Walking Tours. Cycling Tours.
Time Tables for Norway appear in ^Norges Communication^-' (pron
Commoonicashodner; 30 0., English and German edition, 50 0.), and for
Sweden in '■Sveriges Kommunikationer' (15 6.), both published weekly in
summer. These are referred to in the Handbook as 'Com.' and 'Kom.'
respectively. As, however, neither of these is very satisfactory travellers
Baedeker's Norvvav a,nd ttw^dpn 9t,h ^<i\t. \.