The Baltic Classic – Route Outline
Day One: Copenhagen to Gothenburg
Flagged away from Copenhagen, the Danish capital, the cars cross the impressive Öresund Bridge – at almost eight kilometres, this is the longest road and rail bridge in Europe. Once into South Sweden, there is an abundance of smooth gravel roads to conquer as we head north through rolling countryside to Gothenburg.
Day Two: Gothenburg to Karlstad
The event continues north to visit another car museum in Saab’s hometown, Trollhättan. Smooth gravel roads take us along the edge of Europe’s largest lake, Vänern, to our night halt in Karlstad, the traditional home of the Swedish round of the World Rally Championship.
Day Three: Karlstad to Stockholm
More smooth gravel regularities and a visit to a rallycross circuit are on the menu before our day ends in Sweden’s capital, Stockholm.
Day Four: Stockholm – Rest Day
A day to explore the beautiful city of Stockholm, before the rally boards a luxury ferry to Turku, Finland, via the stunning Stockholm Archipelago. With almost no darkness at this time of year, the incredible views are visible well into the early hours.
Day Five through Fourteen routes can be viewed by clicking HERE.