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2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2019
We took the Renaissance castle tour. The guide was interesting; but it would have been nice to have also had some time in Skagen itself.
We took the Renaissance castle tour. The guide was interesting; but it would have been nice to have also had some time in Skagen itself. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: July 2019
Nice Danish port. Easy to navigate this beautiful high-end resort town. Excellent museum of local artists.
Nice Danish port. Easy to navigate this beautiful high-end resort town. Excellent museum of local artists. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2019
Did it on our own, got bus to Grennan, took tractor ride on the beach, and then had nice lunch in town, really liked the atmosphere.
Did it on our own, got bus to Grennan, took tractor ride on the beach, and then had nice lunch in town, really liked the atmosphere. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2019
took us the lands end but did not give us enough time to walk to the end of the trail...very disappointing!
took us the lands end but did not give us enough time to walk to the end of the trail...very disappointing! Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: July 2019
We walked in our own all morning and had a great time (shopped, ate, enjoyed). Then we went to the further sites on a tour in the afternoon (sand church, which was underwhelming, and the peninsula point where the Baltic and North Sea meet, ... Read More
We walked in our own all morning and had a great time (shopped, ate, enjoyed). Then we went to the further sites on a tour in the afternoon (sand church, which was underwhelming, and the peninsula point where the Baltic and North Sea meet, loved that part a lot, including the old WWII bunkers). The guide was not great (nice man but not dynamic). The part in the city itself (we had already been there) was not great. This was a favorite port and one that is easily done on your own (especially if you like to bicycle). I would have rented a bicycle but my husband wasn't up for that. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: June 2019
The weather was bad so the captain couldn't dock and we missed the port. I didn't mind though because we had longer in Oslo.
The weather was bad so the captain couldn't dock and we missed the port. I didn't mind though because we had longer in Oslo. Read Less
5 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2019
This is a small port town. They happened to be having a music festival which was awesome. We went into town with my aunt with mobility issues and she had a nice time. There places she could sit and rest although the cobblestones were ... Read More
This is a small port town. They happened to be having a music festival which was awesome. We went into town with my aunt with mobility issues and she had a nice time. There places she could sit and rest although the cobblestones were difficult. My husband and I walked over to the beach and saw the point between the North and Baltic seas from a distance. It was a nice day and the people seemed very nice. They said they wouldn’t have another cruise ship for a week which is so different from when we landed in Copenhagen the next day they had 7 ships in that day. Yikes. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2019
Excellent. This tour was organised by the cruise ship and involved a trip to some of the notable sights around Skagen. Our guide was informative and helpful. We liked everything but especially the trip to the drifting sand dune and the ... Read More
Excellent. This tour was organised by the cruise ship and involved a trip to some of the notable sights around Skagen. Our guide was informative and helpful. We liked everything but especially the trip to the drifting sand dune and the coast where the North Sea and Baltic meet. A stop-off at a local hotel for coffee and a Danish pastry was a real treat as the staff were so welcoming and friendly. A really memorable day. Read Less
11 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: May 2019
Pretty, peaceful. Very easy to walk (we covered 8.5 miles that day). The northern part has a nice beach and you can see where the North Sea meets the Baltic. Also, there are the remains of German WW2 concrete fortifications which is ... Read More
Pretty, peaceful. Very easy to walk (we covered 8.5 miles that day). The northern part has a nice beach and you can see where the North Sea meets the Baltic. Also, there are the remains of German WW2 concrete fortifications which is interesting. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: April 2019
Skagen is delightful and is famous for the meeting of the North Sea and Baltic at the northern most point of Denmark. You are transported by 4x4 tractor and towed bus to the meeting point and then wander on the sea shore observing the 2 ... Read More
Skagen is delightful and is famous for the meeting of the North Sea and Baltic at the northern most point of Denmark. You are transported by 4x4 tractor and towed bus to the meeting point and then wander on the sea shore observing the 2 seas meeting. We were then bused around to the local museums to see historical life in Skagen. Just to mention when we arrived at the dock a choir was singing for us and when we left a marching band played music for us. A lovely idyllic small town. Read Less
8 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2018
Quick shuttle bus as you get off ship. Little town full of shops and restaurants as soon as you got off bus. Really clean and friendly. Would recommend! There is a bus that takes you up to Grenen just where the shuttle bus takes you too. ... Read More
Quick shuttle bus as you get off ship. Little town full of shops and restaurants as soon as you got off bus. Really clean and friendly. Would recommend! There is a bus that takes you up to Grenen just where the shuttle bus takes you too. This was a great experience. Read Less
10 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2018
Highlight of our week in the centre of Danish sea fishing industry. Greeted by local folk singers dockside, then a flat pavements walk of about 15 minutes in to town centre or there was a free shuttle bus. Tourist Office was in town near ... Read More
Highlight of our week in the centre of Danish sea fishing industry. Greeted by local folk singers dockside, then a flat pavements walk of about 15 minutes in to town centre or there was a free shuttle bus. Tourist Office was in town near drop off point and sold bus tickets (50DKK * Euro day pass). Lots of shops and cafes and towards train station there were larger supermarkets such as Netto/Lidl if you need to stock up. I had found the bus times online at home and was more up to date than what the tourist office was handing out. We caught local bus to Grenen and then bought the tickets for the sand tractor out to the point where the seas meet. The bus times didn’t work for us coming back so we walked back from Grenen along normal pavements/cycle route via the lighthouse and old fire beacon, which at gentle amble took under an hour on a glorious sunny and warm day. We hope to return one day and visit some of the other sites such as the buried church and the artist area. Marching bands played us away as we sailed off which was quite emotional with the locals coming down to wave us off; we had a real sense they valued our presence in their beautiful town. Read Less
6 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: August 2018
A quaint fishing village, but very dependant on good weather as it is very open and isolated.
A quaint fishing village, but very dependant on good weather as it is very open and isolated. Read Less

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