Haderslev Travel guide
Haderslev : Michelin's recommendations
Haderslev is a thriving town and pleasant tourist centre 15km from the coast, on the banks of a narrow fjord of the same name. Its key position on Jutland's main north-south road played an important role in the town’s commercial development. In 1292 the town was granted a municipal charter and from then on its history is punctuated by events which highlight its importance. Between 1864 and 1920 the town was annexed to the Duchy of Schleswig-Holstein under Prussian rule.
Tourist attractions Haderslev : Things to see and do
DK - 6100 Haderslev
The restored old town , overlooked by the cathedral, stands high up on winding cobbled streets lined with old houses. One of the oldest buildings (late 16C), at no 20 Slotsgade, houses a ceramic collection, Ehlers Samlingen . The Slesvigske Vognsa..
Domkirkepladsen 3 DK - 6100 Haderslev
This red-brick cathedral is one of the country's most interesting Gothic monuments. The inside has been completely whitewashed and reflects the light that pours in through the high windows onto the chancel (15C). The transept and nave with remarkab..
Gåskærgade 19 DK - 6100 Haderslev
Set in a heritage-listed building from 1799, Hotel Harmonien is 25 metres from Haderslev’s main shopping street. It offers free Wi-Fi and parking, plus an à la carte restaurant. Flat-screen TVs, modern décor and carpeted floors are standard at Harmo..
Storegade 55 DK - 6100 Haderslev
Located in Southern Denmark, this hotel offers views of Haderslev Dam and the town’s 13th-century cathedral. Wi-Fi, sauna and indoor pool access is free. Hotel Norden’s interior décor features carpeted floors and art work by Danish artist, Robert Ja..