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Seafaring Esbjerg is situated on the South West tip of Denmark on the west coast of the Jutland peninsular. The concentration of Esbjerg territories is focused around the harbour and is considered to be Denmark’s principle North Sea harbour. Esbjerg holds the status of Denmark’s fifth largest city with its harbour being the city’s main economic driving force. The city is very well connected to the rest of Scandinavia and Europe via air, sea and road and transport systems.
Esbjerg is famed for its dazzling spectrum of museums and art galleries and there is no better tourist attraction to kick off your tour than the prominent Esbjerg Museum.
Here you are able to soak up all that you need to know and more on the history and development of Esbjerg. You will experience a journey through the Iron Age into the Viking era up until the modern day. The museum additionally offers one of Denmark’s most impressive Amber exhibitions.
Other great places to include on your sightseeing itinerary are the Museum of Printing, the City Archives and the Fisheries and Maritime Museum. Drop in on one of the fish auctions at the quay of the fishing harbour. The Fish Auction Hall has its first auction at 7am every weekday. Anybody visiting the harbour or any working harbour in the world can’t help but realise the dangers of the sea and the harsh occupation the sea has to offer. The Esbjerg memorial commemorates the fishermen it has lost to its salty aggressor. The granite memorial is engraved with the names of Esbjerg fishermen who have lost their lives at sea since 1900.
When you have had your fill of museums, why not squeeze another small one in, the incomparable Esbjerg Art Museum. Here is a great find if art discovery of the many varieties of Danish Art is your focus while in the city. An extra bonus is that you will locate the building easily for it is flagged by the spectacular sculpture “Esbjerg” by Jacobsen.
While visiting Esbjerg, one of the first observations that will occur to you is that you are absolutely surrounded by art! For example, if you head out towards Hjerting the immense sculpture that greets you is called “Man meets the Sea” by Hansen. The Market Square offers the granite work of Heerup at its gardens while “The Clock” is found at the West Jutland Academy of Music.
The nineteenth century Water Tower is like no other designed in the theme of a German residence of the Middle Ages. As well as its stunning exterior, the tower offers some of the best views of the harbour and Esbjerg as well as contributing its own exhibitions.
The churches in Esbjerg are not all you might expect of religious architecture. Many of the city’s churches are small and humble in appearance. Exceptions to the rule are the few and far between older churches like twelfth century Jerne Church and the thirteenth century Guldager Church. With its impressive gothic interior, Jerne Church it is a “must see” on your tourist attraction itinerary and don’t miss out on the gothic interior of the Guldager.
The Esbjerg Tourist Pass can be purchased for 97 Denmark Kroner and allows admission to a great number of tourist attractions in the city. The pass is half price for children and can be purchased from the Esbjerg Tourist Board
Esbjerg has a lot more to offer than many European cities where water related activities are based in rivers or lakes (if you are lucky!). Why not follow a spot of city dwelling with a yacht ride or a picnic on one of the local beaches? Esbjerg offers variety when it comes to sporting activities like golfing to beach inactivity…just choose the beach, Hjerting or Sjelborg and relax.
Just thirty kilometres or so from Esbjerg is the historic and popular tourist spot of Ribes. Famed for its early Viking activity, Ribe is also ridden with culture and an excellent wetlands nature resource at Wadden Sea. The Wadden Sea Centre is particularly popular with families for its nature school and observation centre. Also situated locally is the Ribe Kunstmuseum with its stunning collection of Danish art dating back to 1790.
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Esbjerg Airport is situated 9 kilometres outside of Esbjerg city centre.
If travelling from Esbjerg to the airport, take the Storegade via Andrup and turn left just before you reach Skads. Highway 12 takes you to the airport heading towards Varde and then turning right at the Tarp traffic lights.
Buses run from the airport terminal to the Central Railway station Banegarden. Banegarden is an excellent station for any of the main Danish cities.