Denmark – The winters are not particularly cold, and the summers are cool. Autumn is the wettest season and spring is the driest. Spring and Fall: 32°F–61°F; Summer: 52°F–69°F; Winter: 28°F–39°F. Because of the country’s northern location, the length of the day with sunlight varies greatly. There are short days during the winter and long days during the summer. Bring comfortable walking shoes, a sweater, clothes you can layer, an all-weather jacket, and an umbrella.

Denmark Average Temperatures:

Norway – Norway’s coastal regions tend to be temperate, with more extreme temperature ranges occurring further inland. Summers can be moderately warm, even in northern areas, but only for limited periods. The length of the winter and amount of snow varies by region. In the north there is more snow and winters are dark; on the southern and western coast, winters are moderate and rainy. Daylight also varies greatly during the year. Bring comfortable walking shoes, a sweater, warm clothes you can layer, and an all-weather jacket.

Norway Average Temperatures:

Sweden – Temperatures vary greatly from north to south. Southern and central parts of the country have warm summers and cold winters, while the northern part of the country has shorter, cooler summers and longer, colder and snowier winters. Because of the high latitude, the length of daylight varies greatly. The sun never sets for part of each summer, and it never rises for part of each winter.

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