Danhostel Esbjerg is housed in a beautiful, historic building, dating back to 1916. It is situated near the city's many sports facilities and is within walking distance of the city centre, forest and beach. This cosy Danhostel is managed by Marianne and Børge Bull and provides an ideal base for a stay in Esbjerg, Denmark’s fifth largest city.
Danhostel Esbjerg has 53 rooms, 20 of which have private bathrooms. There are plenty of cosy living spaces, a well-equipped guest kitchen and a basement with table tennis and table football. There are great parking facilities and a locked bicycle shed.
The hostel is proud to be the recipient of the Green Key Award, which acknowledges Danhostel Esbjerg’s respect for the environment.
After a day at the North Sea, you can easily find peace of mind at Danhostel Esbjerg. The hostel is beautifully designed and provides activities for you, your friends and family. Play games in the basement and, during the cold weather, relax in the living room in front of the cosy fireplace. When you stay at Danhostel Esbjerg, the staff go to great lengths to combine historic ambience with modern comfort.
Esbjerg, once the largest fishing port in Denmark, offers many possibilities for an active holiday - everything from shopping to the most spectacular natural wonders. Visit the Concert Hall (Esbjerg Musikhuset) and Esbjerg Art Museum. When you plan your trip, include a shopping day in Esbjerg, which has more than 200 specialty shops, restaurants and department stores. Don’t forget to enjoy a concert at Tobakken.
Many are drawn to the sea, so a visit to Wadden Sea National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, will be a treat. It is within walking distance of the hostel. Experience the tidal flats and unique animal life, go on a seal safari, and be awed by the most beautiful sunset. The island of Fanø with its silver-sand beaches, dunes and historical small towns is worth a visit. A trip to Ribe, the oldest town in Denmark, is also possible and so is a tour of Legoland or Givskud Zoo.
Not far from the hostel is Svend Hansen Viig huge sculpture, Man Meets the Sea. The sculpture emphasizes in impressive fashion man's encounter with the harsh nature and was given to Esbjerg to mark its 100th anniversary as an independent municipality.
Take a trip to the Fisheries and Maritime Museum, located just a few km west of Danhostel Esbjerg. Pet the sharks and watched the seals being fed. Here the mood is right in the city by the sea. After leaving the Fisheries Museum, you might be inspired to take a swim yourself. Swim Stadium Denmark and the city’s other sports facilities are within 100 m of the hostel.
Danhostel Esbjerg offers budget accommodation near the North Sea and is a perfect base for an active or relaxing holiday.
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