We'll we haven't quite gotten enough long tunnels and bridges in our drive today so we chose to extend our drive time and shorten our ferry waiting time by passing along the Öresund Bridge. It houses a double track railway underneath the dual carriageway for vehicles and is the longest road and rail bridge in all of Europe. Completed in the same year as the Lærdal tunnel, Scandinavia really accomplished some roadwork in 2000! The bridge connecting Sweden to Denmark costs a resentful 400 Swedish Kroner or 46€ (60$) to drive the entirety of the 8 kilometers across the bridge to the artificial island of Peberholm and continues underwater via tunnel for the last 4 kilometers to Copenhagen. Peberholm (pepper islet) was adorably named by the Danes to coincide with Saltholm (salt islet) just directly to the North.
Never ending roadside waterfalls