Hobro is a city in North Jutland, Denmark.
By Plain The easiest way to access Hobro is by plain. Hobro International Airport serves fligths from every part of the world and it is located just outside the metropolitan area. An airport shuttle train operates trainrides to the city centre every 5 minutes.
By Train Hobro Railway Station is the nerve of transportation in Jutland. The station is connected to the rest of Denmark and high speed trains leave to and from Copenhagen every half hour. The railway station is located in the heart of Hobro and in walking distance from The Hilton Hotel, Sheraton and Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.
- When first arriving to Hobro, the city and all it's sight might be hard to cope with. Therefore the tourbusses is a good way to gain an overlook of the city. It's a hop on/hop off system, which allowes you to leave the bus and get back on whenever you want. 200 DKK
- Fyrkat Vikingcentre, Fyrkatvej 37B, ☎ +45 98 51 19 27, . 10-16 (Jun-Aug 10-17). Fyrkat is thought to be the oldest of the Viking ring castles, dating from around year AD. While the wooden structures are long gone, the 120 meter diameter earth ramparts are still very much visable. A short walk away the museum has reconstructed a viking village with 9 reconstructed farmhouses. There is a viking restaurant in the area too (see listing under eat) and ocational live performances. 60 DKK.
- Verdenskortet (The World Map). Verdenskortet (The World Map) is a huge human made world map, which is build in the middle of Lake Klejtrup. The World Map served as inspiration to the The World Project outside the coast of Dubai. Verdenskortet (The World Map) is definately worth a visit. It is located 10 KM outside downtown Hobro. Free.
- Svanen (Veteran steam ferry).