In about half an hour you can come from Karup to Herning.
Are you coming as a business tourist and must take part in fairs/congresses in Scandinavia’s largest fair and exhibition centre, or are you coming as a guest for one of the amazing concerts in MCH Multiarena Herning, Denmark’s first indoor multi-flexible hall of its kind, or do you like total peace and tranquillity in some of Denmark’s most beautiful nature. The experiences are right before your feet.
Holstebro – from the North Sea to the Limfjord
To the west, the roar of the North Sea dominates along with the wide beaches and the sand dunes. To the east, the wind blows over the waters of the Limfjord and the hilly landscape. In the middle of it all, woods and moorland surround the town of Holstebro with its many shops and cultural experiences. And Storå, Denmark’s second longest stream, meanders through most of town.
Lemvig, a town founded in the Middle Ages and where today live about 7,000 people. Nature has something left its mark on this region, and the last ice age has left clear traces of glacial valleys, clay slopes, etc. Here, nature is very present, there are sea and fjord, the North Sea and Limfjorden. Klosterhedens Forest District, one of the largest plantations, is especially known for housing the nation's only population of wild beavers.
Ringkøbing is a historic town rich on culture and stories. The cobbled streets and old houses set the scene for the charming town and harbour atmosphere.
Skjern startet as a collection of farms on the banks of the Skjern Å (stream) close to the old bridge. The Skjern meadows in the future National Park offer a variety of opportunities for nature experiences i.e. hiking and fishing.
Welcome to Silkeborg!
The Silkeborg Region is well-known for its beautiful nature with the river Gudenå and Denmark's largest connected forest area as the pivotal points. Here you will find experiences whether you are interested in an active holiday or in a walk in peace and quiet in the large forests.
However, the Silkeborg Region is much more than this. Here, you will also find premium experiences within art and culture, wellness as well as local specialties and good possibilities of shopping.
Beautiful, unique, wild, untouched... These are just a few of the words used to describe the scenery of the Skive region.
The Skive region is surrounded by the Limfjord with a coastline of around 190 km. Here you find beaches, fjord, moorland and woods At the fjord the landscape is gentle with soft hills, small coves and bays in marked contrast to the very unique geology on the island of Fur with its steep moler slopes containing 55 million year old fossils.
people – technology - nature
Struer is a treasure in Western Jutland with the Limfjord as its closest neighbour. Struer stretches all the way to the water’s egde, and the area offers idyllic landscapes, intimate cultural experiences and high-tech businesses such as the famous company Bang & Olufsen – known for world class design.
Struer Museum invites you to a unique and interactive experience where you can learn more about Bang & Olufsen.
Welcome to the Viborg Region
Viborg has always been something special. Timeless charming streets, the all pervading breath of history, surrounded on all sides by varied nature! This proud royal town in the heart of Jutland has a lot to offer. Up to 1660 all Danish kings were acclaimed in Viborg. Many of the streets are still cobbled and the old hourses are perfectly maintained. Enjoy the historic atmosphere, visit the cathedral with its unique fresco paintings, the gallery NB, the Skovgaard Museum or the art museum Kunsthal Brænderigården.