The Oldest Town in Denmark



Ribe is the oldest town in Denmark which was established in the early eighth century. It’s located in southwest Jutland.


I and my husband went for a day trip to Ribe. A must-visit in Ribe is its oldest cathedral. It was founded in the Viking Era. Its beautiful ancient interior and exterior will transport you back in time.





We climbed the 248 stairs to the top of the tower of the cathedral. It wasn’t an easy climb because of its narrow and steep stairs. But getting to the top of the tower is worth it. We were rewarded with a beautiful view of the colorful town of Ribe.



After visiting the cathedral, we enjoyed a stroll around this beautiful town. We were delighted with the colorful display of shops, hotels, restaurants, and houses.




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