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Ærøskøbing

Ærøskøbing, often referred to as the “Fairy Tale Town,” is a charming village located on the island of Ærø in the southern part of Denmark. Known for its picturesque cobblestone streets, half-timbered houses, and vibrant facades, Ærøskøbing exudes an old-world charm that captivates both locals and tourists alike.

Historical Significance

Ærøskøbing is one of Denmark’s best-preserved 18th-century towns. It was established in the early Middle Ages and received its market town privileges in 1522. The town’s rich history is evident in its well-maintained buildings and historical landmarks, such as the Ærøskøbing Church, which dates back to the 13th century.

Architectural Beauty

Walking through Ærøskøbing feels like stepping back in time. The town is renowned for its beautiful, traditional Danish architecture. The half-timbered houses, many of which are centuries old, are adorned with vibrant colors and intricate details. The cobblestone streets add to the town’s quaint and cozy atmosphere.

Doing Ærøskøbing

Nimb Brasserie, Bernstorffsgad...

Refshalevej 153, 1432 Københa...

Eating Ærøskøbing

Nimb Brasserie, Bernstorffsgad...

Refshalevej 153, 1432 Københa...

Essential Ærøskøbing

Restaurants in Ærøskøbing

Nimb Brasserie, Bernstorffsgad...

Barr, Strandgade, Copenhagen,...

Kokkeriet, Kronprinsessegade,...

Søllerød Kro, Søllerødvej,...

Jægersborggade 41, 2200 Købe...

Refshalevej 153, 1432 Københa...

Alchemist, Refshalevej, Køben...

Marchal, Hotel d'Angleterre, K...

AOC

Aoc, Dronningens Tværgade, Co...

Kadeau, Wildersgade, Copenhage...