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Gudhjem Bornholm Denmark Cruise Port Guide


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

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Gudhjem, one of the most attractively situated villages in Denmark and virtually the closest you can get in Denmark to a village reminiscent of the Mediterranean, rocky coastlines or the mountains.

Many of the steep streets are hewn into the rock and one is so steep that downhill cycling is prohibited.

Throughout the past century, artists and craft-art workers have been connected with Gudhjem, inspired by its special light, its village charm and the countryside. The best known is probably Oluf Høst.

The terrain in and around Gudhjem is ideal for strolls of different lengths; it is extremely varied and has lots of paths through the woods and along the coast.

The tourist office is at Abogade street nr 9 and is open in the summer period.

Tours Excursions Transportation:

At Løkkegade street nr 7 you can rent bikes.

Nearby Places:

Bornholm is full of scenic spots where you can enjoy the countryside and one another's company at a peaceful pace. North Bornholm has a distinctive rocky coastline interrupted only by small, intimate bathing beaches.

Shopping and Food


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 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 in 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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