SønderborgSouth Jutland, Denmark near the Danish-German border on the island of Als. The population is 30.000. The towns in the region of Sønderborg are Nordborg (on northern part of the island), Augustenborg, Gråsten, Broager, and Guderup. The population of the region is 77,000.
Sønderborg AirportAlsie Express is the only airline serving the airport. As of 2017 there is only a flight to/from Copenhagen Airport, but they plan on introducing seasonal service to Bornholm by July 2018. There is no public transit - not even buses - to or from the airport. You'd have to take a taxi or arrange pickup.
Sønderborg stationThe station is served by Intercity and regional trains, mostly operated by DSB
If driving north on the E45 highway coming from Germany, route 8 is the fastest way to get to Sønderborg. If driving south on E45, route 41 is the fastest.
FynshavTo the east, the connection by ferry to Lolland
Sønderborg is located not very far from the Danish-German border.
Just south of the border is the German town of Flensburg, which is popular among Danes
going to Germany on a one-day trip, often to shop and to buy alcohol and chocolate, which is cheaper in Germany than in Denmark.
From the central bus station (rutebilstation) there are buses run to Dybbøl, Kær, Stenbjergparken, Kløvermarken, Skovparken, Sønderborg Sygehus (Hospital) twice at every hour. One way ticket is 17 DKK and payable onbard, only cash. There is also 10 clip card for 120 DKK, if you plan to travel more frequent. One other thing to note is it that, since it is a small town, buses take off twice an hour (mostly).
Sønderborg is a very bike friendly city. Almost all roads have separated bike lanes. Hop up on your bike or buy a second hand one and do not suffer in the buses.
Dybbøl MølleHistorically significant windmill, now museum
phone: +45 74422539Historical castle in Sønderborg
phone: +45 65508080The culture, education, and science park in Sønderborg.
phone: +45 88819500address: Mads Patent Vej 1, NordborgScience and experience park in Nordborg.
phone: +45 74 44 29 29address: Nørrebro 2An Indian restaurant.
phone: +45 74 42 54 00address: Lille Rådhusgade 33An Italian restaurant.
phone: +45 30 21 48 98address: Store Rådhusgade 1A British pub and restaurant.
phone: +45 25 11 67 47address: Sundsmarkvej 40A mansion turned into a fancy restaurant with a large wine cellar.
phone: +45 74 42 23 06address: Sønder Havnegade 24Offer Danish cuisine.
phone: +45 25 21 66 65address: Store Rådhusgade 12
phone: +45 74 43 10 12address: Rådhustorvet 6
phone: +45 7442 1900address: Strandvej 1
phone: +45 7445 0111address: Mads Clausens Vej 101
phone: +45 74 65 09 49address: Sejrsvej 101, Rinkenæs
phone: +45 74422600address: Ellegårdvej 27
phone: +45 7442 3112address: Kærvej 70
phone: +45 7442 3990address: Mommarkvej 22
phone: +45 74 42 41 89address: Ringgade 7
phone: +45 7440 4305address: Kegnæsvej 85Season from the beginning of April until the end of September.
phone: +45 74 44 17 42address: Gammelmark 20
phone: +45 7447 1639address: Ny Stavensbøl 1
phone: +45 74 65 02 50address: Nederbyvej 25