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Grenå

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Grenå, also spelled Grenaa, is in East Jutland at the tip of the Djursland peninsula.

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By boat[edit]

There's a twice-daily car ferry from Varberg in Sweden.

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You can get in by local train from Denmark's second city, Aarhus, which is well connected to the rest of the country.

By car[edit]

Aarhus, about 50 km west, is on Jutland's main north-south highway, E45. From Sweden you can get in by the ferry mentioned above.

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The closest passenger airport is the one in Aarhus with both international and domestic flights.

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Baunhøj Mølle
  • Kattegatcentret, Færgevej 4. A public aquarium with over 250 species on display. adults DKK 160, kids DKK 90.
  • Dansk Motor- og Maskinsamling, Kristiansmindevej 14. The "Danish motor and machinery collection" is a museum of old machinery. The museum has about 450 exhibition pieces, most of which still function.
  • Baunhøj Mølle, Bavnehøjvej 31. A mill that is regarded as a symbol of Grenå. The current mill is a replica, as the original burned down in 2002. Located on a hill, there are good views from here.

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Beach near Grenå

Go to the beach. There are great sand beaches in Djursland and all beaches in Denmark are accessible to the public.

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