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* [[North Jutland]] (da: Nordjylland)
 
* [[North Jutland]] (da: Nordjylland)
 
* [[South Jutland]] (da: Sønderjylland)
 
* [[South Jutland]] (da: Sønderjylland)
* [[Djursland]]  (Østjylland)
 
  
 
== Major Towns ==
 
== Major Towns ==

Revision as of 23:38, 19 January 2009

Jutland (Danish: Jylland) is in Denmark.

Contents

Regions

Major Towns

In order of size:

Other destinations

  • Ribe Denmarks oldest city, with pretty medieval buildings and cobblestoned streets.
  • Billund Home of the original Legoland park, and a major airport.
  • Jelling Massive carved runestones from the 10th century is a world heritage site.
  • Ebeltoft Old charming city center, the worlds biggest intact wooden ship, and beatiful nature.
  • Læsø Off the beaten path island in Kattegat with unique architecture and atmosphere.
  • Blokhus The beatiful wide sandy beach is one of the west coast's largest tourist draws.

Understand

Talk

While English speakers are perhaps less prevailent than in Copenhagen, most people under 50, will still have atleast some understanding of the language. German language proficiency is far better in Southern Jutland and the West coast, than anywhere else in Denmark, and in those regions almost everyone will have basic understanding of German, due to the overwhealming number of German tourists decending on the beaches in the summer months.

Get in

By Air

Billund Airport is the main airport on the penisula, and number two in Denmark as a whole - fields many international flights, and has direct connections with almost every major North European hub. Aalborg and Århus airports also sees' substantial traffic, with a few international routes on the schedule. There are also serveral smaller regional airports dotted around Jutland with a couple of daily flights to Copenhagen.

By Car

There is two ways to get into Jutland by car.

  1. By german autobahn A7, crossing the state border at Frøslev
  2. By swedish motorway E20, through the Oresund Bridge, the Great Belt Bridge and the Little Belt Bridge.

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