Hotel Petit

Holstvej 4, Skagen, Jutland, 9990, Denmark | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Holstvej 4, Skagen, is near Skagen Museum, Skagens Museum, Town of Skagen, and Michael & Ana Ancher Hus.
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    Travel Blogs from Skagen

    Artists & Architects

    A travel blog entry by khillski on Jul 24, 2014

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    ... br> We had one more stop to make and that was the Grenen (the tip). This stretch of sand divides the North Sea from the Straits of Denmark. Once you arrive at the parking area you can walk to the tip or take the sandworm. The sandworm is a large tractor with special wheels made for the deep sand. Each tractor tows a carriage loaded with tourists or beach goers. It seems that all 50,000 people visiting Skagen were at the beach today.


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    On the road and sea to Bergen

    A travel blog entry by johan.maes.1426 on Jul 15, 2014

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    ... 00 pm. Luckily the sky is breaking open at the moment.

    The boat is big and it took us a while to get oriented. At 10 pm when the tax-free shop opened there was a rush to the shop by most people on board. Strangely enough even tax-free it is still
    expensive here to buy alcohol. That promises for the rest of the holiday. At least we
    now have a small cellar in the car for the coming days …

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    The Long Road North

    A travel blog entry by bryce_terri on Jun 24, 2014

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    ... what a lovely way to start. We had only been to Denmark once to the city of Copenhagen and that was purely a boozy weekend so it was nice to see Denmark in a different light. We started to see the rise in prices for everything but weren’t too bothered as there were still a lot of items in the local supermarkets that were cheap enough to keep us happy. Denmark is full of very friendly people, we stayed at a farm in ...

    Hirtshals

    A travel blog entry by maxieduncan on May 31, 2014

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    We had an early morning as although the ferry didn't arrive until 9am we were woken at 6am and told we had to be out if the cabin by 7am. Lovely start to the day. Once in Hirtshals it was simple to book a ferry to Kritiansand in Norway and we were back on a ferry by 12:15 though this one was a shorter trip with much better entertainment on board. It was a lovely sunny day so spend most of the trip on the deck enjoying the ...

    Notes on Denmark

    A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on May 20, 2014

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    ... Had to stop for morning tea and our second Danish pastry. Then on to a site when they found stone circles and 700 Viking graves. Excellent museum of the site and Viking life in general. Vikings were not solely rapists and pillagers.

    Then on to the tip of Denmark, the Grenen peninsula, where tides from the Skaggerat (west) and Kattegat (east) meet. Lovely walk on the beach to the tip, then camped in the car park there.

    Ferry to Norway ...