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Exploring Kolding

Watched over by the 13th century, royal castle of Koldinghus, Kolding is a place of hair-raising history, seamless style, and arresting art. You’ll feel the creativity bubbling in your own veins, as you admire the majesty of a reaching fjord, before browsing through the wares of one of the town’s tiny, charming galleries - where you can watch artists at work, pouring their souls onto canvas before your eyes.


Accommodations in Kolding

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Kolding is the Danhostel Kolding, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Hotel Koldingfjord in Kolding as it has been reserved 5 times.

There are some amazing options offering top-notch services and facilities. Check out Comwell Kolding and Scandic Kolding.


Sightseeing in Kolding

- Koldinghus


The single tower of Koldinghus castle stands high above the town, and is packed to the brim with history - and, unusually, furniture. The castle’s interior serves as an exhibition space, and it hosts the smooth curves, and sleek style, of some prime examples of peerless Danish furniture design. The interior itself is also a work of art, featuring high ceilings illuminated by a constellation of lights, rustic red brick walls, and vast wooden pillars that splay out across the roof of its vast banqueting hall. The present castle had to be heavily restored, after being engulfed in flames during the Napoleonic Wars - when soldiers garrisoned inside lost control of the fires they were burning to stay warm.


- Trapholt Museum


Expect to see colourful chairs hanging from the ceiling, moody photographs of iconic pop stars, and abstract, outdoor sculptures, as you make your way around this typically contemporary and varied museum. After the sensory overload of art and design, sit back and admire Kolding Fjord from the cafe. You can nurse a freshly ground coffee, and work your way through some traditional Jutland cakes - like streif torte, buried below a mound of plump red berries.


Transportation in Kolding

Trains from Fredericia and Copenhagen let you reach Kolding’s artistic beauty in style. Or, you can drive across from Copenhagen in just 3 hours. By air, one of Denmark’s biggest airports, Billund, is only a 40-minute drive away. Its South Jutland location also means the town is relatively easy to reach from Germany, with the drive from Hamburg taking less than 3 hours.