In the town centre you will find a great selection of shops. Browse through local boutiques as well as international brands.
Welcome to Fredericia - a small and cosy cruise destination with a unique historical past still clearly visible in the town centre and on the magnificent ramparts.
This is Fredericia speaking: If you're arriving on a cruise, browse this special cruise site and check out all the things you can see and do around here. Find out more about what awaits you at our cozy little port and use our practical information to plan your day...
We look forward to welcoming you with our hometown marching band, our little shuttle-train to the town centre and our friendly volunteers ready at the quay to help you on your way. In our staffed info booth at the quay we have city maps and souvenirs.
For more tourist information and brochures stop by our Visitor Centre at Fredericia Library
Fredericia was founded as a royal fortress town in 1650 by King Frederik III. The mighty ramparts surrounding the town centre are still here today complete with cannons, moats and town gates. Fredericia was granted special royal privileges including religious freedom long before the rest of Denmark and most of Europe for that matter.
Later on, Fredericia became a centre of a thriving industrial development due to its strategic position and deep water harbour.
If you're planning to make your own way around town or to nearby attractions there are plenty of options.
Fredericia is a small town and the quay is walking distance from the town centre.