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  • Aalborg — inland harbour on the Limfjorden, a waterway connecting Kattegat Sea (east) and North Sea (Vesterhavet')
  • Blokhus — one of Denmark's most popular beaches
  • Dronninglund — town in Vendsyssel
  • Fjerritslev — small village in the central of Han Herred, the land between the North Sea and Limfjorden, building a bridge between Thy and Vendsyssel
  • Frederikshavn — coastal town on Kattegat Sea. Ferry to Læsø Island.
  • Hanstholm
  • Hirtshals
  • Hjallerup
  • Hjørring — inland town in Vendsyssel area
  • Hobro — the west
  • Løkken
  • Skagen — Jutlands picturesque northern peninsular
  • Sæby — coastal town on Kattegat Sea
  • Voerså — coastal village south of Sæby
  • Thisted — town located at the western end of Limfjorden
  • Læsø — remote and unique off the beaten path island half way to Sweden
  • Thy National Park — the first national part to be established in Denmark
  • Rudkøbing — the maintown with about 4000 inhabitants. Nice old towncenter with small streets etc.
  • Spodsbjerg — ferryharbour and beach on the east coast. Connected by ferry to Lolland

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  • Holbæk
  • Høng - small town between Kalundborg and Slagelse
  • Jyderup
  • Kalundborg - see the many remaining parts and ruins of the old fortified medieval town
  • Korsør
  • Ringsted - commercial centre smack on the middle of the islands, with the Danish Tramway Museum on its outskirts
  • Roskilde - World heritage site of Roskilde cathedral, containing the Royal Tombs for the past 1000 years, and the excellent Viking ship museum
  • Skælskør - coastal town in southwestern Zealand
  • Slagelse
  • Sorø - next to Sorø Lake and home to Denmark's second oldest school
  • Odsherred
  • Faxe
  • Glumsø - small town close to Sorø
  • Haslev - town close to the large estates, Gisselfeld Abbey and Bregentved Estate
  • Køge - a nice well preserved old city center. The beatifull Vallø manor and the 15 meter Stevns chalk cliffs within easy reach
  • Næstved - the largest city in the region
  • Præstø - coastal town in southeastern Zealand
  • Store Heddinge
  • Vordingborg
  • Stevns Cliff

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