Restaurant SuRi is a gourmet restaurant with an outdoor terrace and a view of the harbor in Holbæk. The chefs are passionate about locally sourced goo...
The harbour city Holbæk, by the Danish fjord Isefjord, is the biggest city in North West Zealand. The harbour oozes of maritime culture with boat trips and restauration of old wooden ships. Explore the city’s attractions, from Holbæk Museum to the Turkish bath, murals and the egg museum.
On Holbæk’s harbour, you can explore Denmark’s maritime heritage and experience life as a sailor 100 years ago. On the harbour, historical wooden ships will take you on sailing and fishing trips. Meanwhile, on the shores, you can watch while Denmark’s National Museum restores a 100 year old galeas. In the gourmet restaurant SuRi, you can taste the flavours of the fjord and enjoy a view of the harbour from the terrace.
In Holbæk you’ll find some of Zealand’s most unique and sometimes overlooked attractions. With a view of the fjord, you can treat yourself in a unique Turkish bath with hamam and outdoor basins. In the city center, you will discover huge murals on the walls – get a guided tour by Holbæk Art. The city also has its own brewery, which you can taste inThe Brewery No 5. During the summer, you can cool down in the harbour bath Venedig, which is used for winter bathing during winter.
The biggest city in North Zealand, Holbæk, offers great shopping opportunities. Go shopping in the charming streets of the medieval city and take a break in the city’s many cafés. You can, for example, taste traditional Danish open-faced sandwiches in Café Svanen or healthy salat bowls in Café Maaltid.
In Holbæk, you’ll find all the traditional Danish shops: buy Danish Design in Bahne and Imerco, books in Bog & Idé, beauty products in Matas, and Scandinavian fashion in shops like Neye, Skoringen, Vero Moda, Vila and Tøj Eksperten. You can also explore the many alternative shops in Holbæk, like the wine expert Vinoble and the outdoor specialist Pro-Outdoor, as well as the unique shops in the courtyard Gendarmergården on the street Smedelundsgade.
In Holbæk both children and adults can learn about the history of Denmark through fun activities.
Experience the German occupation and liberation of Denmark during the 2nd World War and life in the 1940s in the historical village Nyvang, where history is explained through fun activities and interactive theater.
Visit Holbæk Musuem, where you can dive into the history between West Zealand and the West Indies, the medieval city Holbæk and the popular ceramics manufacturer Knabstrup Keramik.
In Holbæk, you'll also find Denmark's only egg museum, Æglageret, which is also an art exhibition and a design shop. The museum shares the story about how we stored eggs before the invention of the fridge.
Holbæk has become a city for the sporty type - those of you, who loves sports and adrenalin boosting experiences. In Holbæk's sports city, you can go swimming in the indoor pool and rent squash and padel fields. Almost right next to the sports city, you can try gokarts and in the outskirts of Holbæk, you'll find a big tree climbing park.
Additionally, Holbæk is also a great place to begin thebicycle route around the Isefjord with 4 ferries, which takes you all around the Isefjord and is connected by 4 ferries.
Explore all the different things to do and see in Holbæk by spending the night in one of the city's hotels. The most central hotel, Hotel Sidesporet, offers a view of the fjord, a restaurant inspired by Danish-Frensh cuisine, and the possibility of combining the hotel and the city's Turkish bath with hamam.
In the middle of the beach park, you'll find Hotel Strandparken, where you can enjoy a restaurant with an outdoor terrace, a view of the fjord and direct access to the park. From the park you are within walking distance to the harbour bath "Søbadet Venedig" and the Turkish bath.