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Credible – Close – Cruisable.
Fredericia is beautifully situated right by the shimmering Little Belt, beside two coastlines with a magnificent view of Danish nature. In Fredericia you are visiting Danish history. At the same time our location - right in the middle of Denmark – gives you access to world class attractions. After only a five minutes stroll from the cruise quay of Fredericia you are in charming and historic midtown with cozy shops, excellent restaurants and historic sights. Dating back to 1650, where the Danish King began building the city, and with a significant military history still visible in Northern Europe’s best preserved ramparts, you will be seeing beautiful old houses, memorial plaques and monuments – the authenticity and history is present and alive. Also with a maximum drive of 60 minutes you can reach not only several UNESCO sites, but also the original LEGOLAND®, the home town of Hans Christian Andersen and much more.

Port attractions

  1.  Hans Christian Andersen's home town

    Odense offers enchanting experiences, including a museum dedicated to the poet’s life and work and the open-air museum, the Funen Village, where you can experience how people lived 200 years ago.

    is Denmark’s largest tourist attraction outside Copenhagen with many amusements, the world´s largest LEGO® Shop and a permanent exhibition of LEGO® models using more than 60 million LEGO®bricks.
  3.  Royal Jelling

    is Denmark’s largest Viking complex, established more than 1,000 years ago and featured on UNESCO’s World Heritage List. Modernized in 2014 and reopened in 2015.
  4.  Egeskov Castle

    was built in 1554, is probably Europe's best-preserved Renaissance castle and home to numerous exhibitions and collections as well as Europe’s finest historical gardens.

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Onshore Power

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Port contacts


Line Tange, Cruise Manager
Centerhavnsvej 13
7000 Fredericia
+45 7921 5039

Page last updated: 2022-10-05 16:33


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