48 hours in Haderslev
If you have two days to spend exploring Haderslev, prepare for many great surprises here. To make the most of your visit, follow this guide.
If you only have one day to visit Haderslev, there’s no time to waste! To get the most of your visit, follow this guide.
Start the day with a cup of coffee or brunch at one of the many cafés in the pedestrian high street.
Visit the city’s most popular attraction, Haderslev Cathedral. Then stroll through the old quarter of the city. To make the most of your tour, book a tour guide. Call: +45 73545630 If you have time, there are three museums in the old quarter: Ehler’s Collection, Von Oberberg’s House and the Night Watchmen’s Museum.
Now head for the harbour. Go on board the fjord boat Helene. Book your passage and lunch at www.fjordbaaden.dk. Sail on beautiful Haderslev Fjord and visit Aarøisland, the jewel of the Little Belt Straight.
Return to the high street. Spend a little time window-shopping.
Assuming you have a car, drive to Gram Slotsby (castle town) and eat dinner at Gram Slotskro (inn). Take a walk in the castle gardens and explore Gram town centre. Drive to Aarøsund harbour. Have dinner at AarøsundBadehotel (beach hotel) and have an ice cream on the quayside. End the day with a round of miniature golf at Gammelbro Camping (camp site).
Or you can choose to see more of Haderslev: Have dinner at one of the restaurants, take a trip on the lake boat Dorothea and have a nightcap at Boldts Bar (if you’re lucky, there may be live music there).