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This scenic locality located on the southern peninsula of Sweden, is separated by the Øresund strait from the Danish mainland. Perhaps, one of the oldest cities of Sweden, the city was officially recognized in the early 11th Century and holds historic importance for both Denmark and Sweden. Known for its panoramic waterfront, the city is also rich in its cultural heritage. It hosts various cultural events on its waterfront which attracts tourists in large numbers. Various historical monuments like the Church of Saint Mary, Kärnan Tower, Sofiero Castle and park, museums, town halls, etc. gel well with the newly built commercial and residential sky-rises. A perfect holiday destination in a city which is well known for its amazing hospitality and cultural blend. Visit the tourism website for a virtual tour or call the information desk for more information.
Built in 1941, Simhallsbadet is a swimming pool and fitness center which is now a part of a nationwide chain called Actic. The center's semi-cylindrical building, with an all glass facade is an eye-catching affair. Inside, you'll find a fully-equipped fitness center, with a 25 meter (82.02 feet) pool, advanced weight training equipment, a sauna as well as a solarium. Personal trainers ensure that you find that right fitness regimen, and they also offer group fitness activities like aerobics. Check website for more.
ABF is a worker's educational association comprising of the largest and the oldest colleges and different types of organizations from all over the country. The organization deals with numerous educational as well as cultural concerns by regularly conducting such workshops. The association is housed in a building with rentals spaces for various happenings. Everything ranging from conferences to meetings to private parties are held in these services. This Folkets Hus or people's house is the perfect culture entertainment house, thanks to its promotional initiatives
Built in 1957, Idrottens Hus is a sprawling sports facility hall that comprises of various halls and courts within meant for a variety of sports from volleyball, basketball, karate to judo, fencing and many more. The hall is buzzing with many tournaments and also hosts events for many prominent teams and clubs.
HH-Ferries is the best way of water transport to take you from Helsingr in Denmark to Helsingborg in Sweden, or the other way around. Since you are not allowed to carry cargo with you, you are offered delicious on-board food like sandwiches, baguettes, pizza, pastries and more. You can also shop for perfume, cosmetics, jewelry and beer among other things. If the weather is good you can even relax up out on the sun deck and enjoy the view. 20 minutes later you reach your destination after a fun trip.
The modern clock-tower of the Mørdrup Kirke is an instantly recognizable feature of Vestermarken. Part of the Mørdrup parish, the church was established in 1976, and boasts of striking architectural details. Beyond the worship services, the church actively engages with the community through its numerous ministries as well as community events. Check website for more.
Höganäs Sportcenter is a sports hub with various sports hall, courts, swimming pools within that host myriad tournaments, competitions and more.
Hørsholm Kirke is a historic church in its namesake city. Nestled on a serene island, surrounded by lakes and landscapes, it occupies the site of the Hørsholm Palace. The royal palace, that witnessed the legend of Queen Caroline Mathilde, was demolished in 1813, and the church was built a decade later by the great architect, CF Hansen. Visitors can explore the church, the local history museum and unwind on the beautiful park.
Gl. Holte Kirke was established in 1966 when the parish became an independent entity. The congregation practiced from a makeshift structure until 1978, when the new church building was consecrated. Designed by Halldor Gunnløgsson and Jørn Nielsen Erik Reitzel, the red-brick building is one of the more unique church edifices in the city. The striking hexagonal tower is the defining element of the church building. Church interiors are equally intriguing, with the designs being influenced by the Star of David. Even the church's altarpiece and silver ornaments follow a unique theme. Tours of the facility are available. Check website for more.
The Hillerød Station is situated in the picturesque town of Hillerød and is the connecting station to Copenhagen's main terminal. With timely and frequent trains it is easier to travel and is less time consuming considering that you will reach Copenhagen in 40 minutes. The Frederiksborg Castle, one of the most popular places in this town is also near to the station. This place still has its old charm as it is mostly untouched by urbanization.
Art is a necessity in all our lives, and at the Klaverfabrikken, you get to develop and enhance your artistic capabilities and then later implement it in your daily life. At this venue, you have a school for drama, arts and crafts and singing. Most of these courses are for young children who are easily adaptable to their surroundings and develop their abilities at a progressive rate. There are variety of concerts, exhibitions, art shows and lectures held here. The Klaverfabrikken is an excellent place to visit to tap your artistic talents or merely to admire other artists. Do check their website for further details.
Ängelholm-Helsingborg Airport connects the neighboring regions to the rest of the world. Known for its smooth service, the airport authorities ensure that you have a smooth flight, right from the prompt timings of flights to baggage drop and collection and the subsequent transport to your destination. Within the premises of the airport, there is a cafe with free high-speed WiFi and conference rooms to hold meetings. With a bus stop also within airport boundaries, it is well connected to the rest of the city as well.