Fredericia, Denmark - Seaside Town

 Our cruise ship stopped in another small town in Denmark called Fredericia. We got a tourist map and headed for the sights.

We made a mini vlog of our time in Fredericia which you can check out here.

This old car was parked in front of a cafe. It was pretty rusty as you can see.

There were a bunch of Corvettes hanging out on the pedestrian shopping street.

For some reason, there was this water flowing down the centre of the high street. Just for fun? Water for dogs? Clean your shoes?
There was an international fair going on with stalls or goods and food to buy.



This is where the water was coming from. It was bubbling out of this flower looking thing.

There were some bootleg hats made in Peru for sale in the international market.
There were a lot of fountains in this town.
Graveyard
We took a walk to the beach. The town is not that big so it took no time to walk from end to end of the town.


Trinitatis Church
This church looks like a similar style to the buried church in Skagen.

Bræddehytten Vniels Christian Iversen Bøgebjerg
Country Western Saloon in Denmark? Alrighty then.

We walked to the other end of the town. The town is surrounded by a wall which you can walk on.


There were cool views from the top of the wall. There was a trail along the wall to walk around which was pretty nice.


People were repelling down this tower for some event. We saw people all over town wearing these high visibility vests and taking part in different activities. I'm guessing that they were part of a race.

We managed to find a magnet of Denmark in the shopping area and then we headed back to the ship to get some coffee and chill while the ship pulled away from Fredericia and on to the next stop.

Comments

  1. what a beautiful area. The street with the fountains where you park is so neat

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  2. This looks like such a lovely town. I've never been to Denmark before. I would be happy being by the beach.

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  3. I have always wanted to go to Denmark. I would love to go explore it. The street with all the fountains is so interesting.

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  4. I'm going back to Europe on December. I should definitely visit this place. Thanks for the photos.

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  5. I would love to see a place like this. There is just so much history to explore!

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  6. Wow beautiful travel diary! I would love to visit there sometime. Writing Denmark on my list... lol!

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  7. what a beautiful place! i have heard amazing things about Denmark! Defo on my travel wishlist!

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  8. Seems like a cute little town. I have been to Denmark but never in Fredericia.

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  9. I love visiting seaside towns and Fredericia Denmark would be an amazing place to visit. I love the air near the sea for some reason and there's always so much to see nearby.

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  10. This small town looks so beautiful and peaceful. I would love to visit Denmark when I have a chance. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. This place looks so peaceful and worth living. And imagine how good and fresh it would feel to let the sea wind blow in your face. I hope to visit this spot someday.

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    1. You're making me want to go and we're the ones that were there.

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  12. Looks like great and peaceful place!! Lovely!!

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  13. Looks like it was such a lovely little town. I am all about having lots of little water fountains everywhere. I am not sure why. I would definitely love to visit there.

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  14. I have Danish in my blood. I'd love to go to Denmark sometime and visit the historic sights.

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  15. Wow look at all of these cool corvettes. I would love to ride in one!

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    1. Yeah it was really cool. We've got more corvette pictures but didn't think there was room for all of them on this short post.

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  16. I would LOVE to visit Denmark. It looks so beautiful, and I'm insanely curious about the water lane down the middle of the town!

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    1. We never figured out what it was for. Fun?

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  17. I would love to visit this town. It looks like a fun adventure. I haven't been to Denmark before so now it's on my bucket list.

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