Unesco Cultural World Heritage; the pictoresque town and the honey cakes with a private guide
The Moravian Brothers came from Germany to build a colony in Denmark almost 250 years back. The town which was planned and built on an open field, is still there and very well preserved.
While seeing the church, the town and the graveyard, one can almost visualize the story.
Christiansfeld also played an important role when it comes to the reunification of Denmark and Southern Jutland, which was under Prussian rule for more than 50 years. There is also an opportunity to buy the famous honeycakes after the original recipe.
The town is a beautiful, small town with nealy renovated houses and a living example of the ideal town built of a religious community still present in the town today.
Sightseeing in town including visit in church and The Sisters' house and at the graveyard.
The museum of the Moravian Brother's including music instruments, paintings etc.
Coffee and honey cake.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Cruise ship pier Fredericia
End location: Same place or as arranged
Duration: 5 hours
Tour includes guiding; entrance fee to museum, coffee/tea and honey cake. Transport in taxi or minibus, depending on group size (up to 4-5 persons: taxi)
Estimated Local Cash Needed
150 Danish Kroner - Option to buy souvenirs in shop or honey cakes.
A group is expected to contribute with 10 USD to the church, cash dollars or DKK.
- Due to licence and insurance issues I cannot act as driver/guide. I arrange transport and use public transport or taxis for tours.
- I do not guide in Sweden.
- My northernmost servicing point in Jutland is Aalborg, I do not take tours to Skagen.