"Relish that "small town feel"" Top 5 Page for this destination Esbjerg by leigh767

Esbjerg Travel Guide: 28 reviews and 45 photos

The best time of the year to visit...

is *not* January. Or the winter months, in general.

Across the North Sea from Copenhagen, Esbjerg is a charming little town of 115, 000 people in Jutland. It's not too surprising that it's not all action-packed, but it's great if you love that small town vibe, and particularly if you want to avoid the touristy regions and get a feel of the actual Danish culture.

The people are wonderful-- warm, helpful, and (to the tourist's relief) speak perfect English. You'd almost think you're back home... except the Danish pastries look too good/look nothing like those back home.

  • Last visit to Esbjerg: Jan 2006
  • Intro Updated Dec 4, 2011
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  • Nov 28, 2011 at 12:43 AM

    Esbejrg has a population of about 115.000 people. The white men are actually called "Man by the sea" and was raised in 1994. Esbjerg has a great nightlife..To experience real traditional danish food "smoerrebroed" (open sandwiches) "Hos Ingeborg" is a must. The restaurant is located in the walking zone towards the train station. Hos Ingeborg is one of the oldest (!00 years) restaurants left serving it the good old way!

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