is an important ferry harbour in North Jutland
By car, bus or train
The European route E39 highway ends in Hirtshals, where cars can continue their journey via ferry to Norway
. Nordjyllands trafik selskab
connects to Hjørring
several times per day. As does the private railway; Nordjyske Jernbaner
every 30-60 minutes throughout the day.
address: Fyret 2Built in 1862 and still in use. It is 35 meter and stands on a 27 meter mound giving a fantastic view of the surrounding countryside as well as the sea.
phone: +45 9894 4188
address: Willemoesvej 2Among the biggest aquariums in Europe, with a massive 22x33 metre aquarium with more than 4.5 million litres of water and 2-3,000 fish from the North Sea. There is also a big outdoor aquarium with seals and a show area, and several smaller habitat and theme tanks.
phone: +45 98 94 20 77
address: Havnegade 2Large hotel located right at the harbour in the city centre, in modern and newly renovated buildings around the old village inn.
phone: +45 98 97 70 76
address: Strandvejen 20, Tornby40 rooms in a hotel from 1895 in a red brick building near the beach, also has a restaurant.
phone: +45 98 94 57 00
address: Niels Juelsvej 32Family run, reasonably priced motel near the oceanarium
phone: +45 98 97 71 15
address: Strandvej 31, TornbyA small beach front hotel with 5 rooms some 6 kilometres south of the city centre. The hotel also has a small restaurant with sea view, and rents out vacation homes in the same area.
phone: +45 98 94 55 00
address: Willemoesvej 1A large and modern 4 star hotel near the centre but away from the beach. Accepts pets for a small extra fee.