When Americans take Euro trips, they dawdle through London, Paris, a bit of Spain, Germany, and Italy over the course of a few weeks.
Well, three guys from Norway did the most Scandinavian thing possible and crammed all the adventure into one day, breaking a world record in the process.
On Monday, travel writer Gunnar Garfors (helluva name), 39, along with his friends Tay-young Pak, 42, and Øyvind Djupvik, 38, rocketed through 19 European nations in just 23 hours and 33 minutes.
Starting in Greece, the trio mostly used rental cars to get through Bulgaria, Kosovo, Macedonia, Serbia, Bosnia, Croatia, Slovenia, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, France, Switzerland, and finally, Lichtenstein. And they only took two flights, from Skopje, Macedonia to Belgrade, Serbia, and Vienna, Austria to Dusseldorf, Germany.