This is probably one of the reasons why Kolding, together with its two neighbouring towns Vejle and Fredericia, has an extremely good economic forecast. Together they form the so-called city triangle (dan.: Trekantområdet). If you and your family ever feel like a city tour without too long driving distances, this city triangle is very suitable. The cozy pedestrian streets of the city invite you to take a relaxed stroll. There are numerous inviting restaurants and cafés there, from family-friendly to the gourmet temple. Shopping dreams can be fulfilled in the shopping center Kolding Storcenter.
One of the biggest attractions of the city is Koldinghus Castle, Jutland’s last royal castle. The castle, originally from the 13th century, burned down completely in 1808. The renovation and reconstruction work continued until 1990. Today, the castle, located high above the city, houses the cultural and historical museum of the city. The other museums located in the city also invite you to take a walk through the history of art. Also very interesting is the Nikolaikirche of Kolding, originally built in the early Gothic architectural style, it was also rebuilt again and again in the following centuries and today can boast an extremely eventful and eventful history.
The many hills and valleys in the surrounding area are characteristic of the region. The varied terrain beckons with nature experiences in the forest and by the water. Right in front of Kolding is Legoland, well-known beyond the borders, where every child probably wants to have been once.
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