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Christianso Island Denmark Cruise Port Guide


As cruise ships are not able to dock here you will be tendered ashore.

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Christianso is more like a miniature version of Denmark's Bornholm Island when considering its beautiful and inspiring scenery. At the same time, it might be a bit like Christiania because the artists that settled here have made it into an (unofficial) artist colony. No dogs, no cars and several nudist beaches. You can do the island by bike (or on foot) in about half an hour.

A beautiful small island. During the day, many tourists come by boat but leave in the late afternoon. In the evening a walk around the island is extremely peaceful - it's just yourself and the seagulls. 125 people live on the island.

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Tiny Christiansø lies in the open sea east of Bornholm and is part of the archipelago known as Ertholmene. One of the most remote sites in Denmark, Christiansø is one of only two inhabited islands within the Ertholmene chain, the others being set aside as bird sanctuaries.

No cars are allowed on the island.

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Denmark is not part of the EURO-monetary system, but major shops will probably give prices both in Danish kroner and in EURO (€). Most major international credit cards are accepted in Denmark.

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Danish, english is widely spoken.

There are many cafes which offer free WiFi for customers, mostly around the main railway station.

Emergency number: 112

Opening Hours and Holidays:

the general opening hours are Monday to Thursday from 9.30/10.00 a.m. to 5.30 p.m., Fridays from 9.30/10 a.m. to 7/8 p.m. Some shopping centers may stay open until 7/8 p.m. on weekdays. On Saturdays shops generally close at 12.00 or 1 p.m. and department stores at 2 p.m. On the first Saturday of every month, shops are permitted to stay open until 5 p.m., and in Copenhagen, other cities, and larger towns most shops take advantage of this rule.

Some shops in tourist areas stay open beyond the normal opening hours, particularly during the summer season.
Shops are allowed to open on the first Sunday of every month, as well as on all Sundays in December, preceding Christmas Eve. However, if the first Sunday of a month falls on a holiday or on Constitution Day, shops will stay closed.
Please note that ordinary shops are closed on public holidays including Constitution Day, 5 June, and Christmas Eve, December 24. Kiosks, bakeries, station shops etc. are usually open on Saturdays after 5 p.m. and Sundays.

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