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Fredericia Vold

Vester Voldgade 1, Fredericia 7000, Denmark
+45 72 11 35 11
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A nice walk and history too!

The Fredericia Vold (Ramparts) is the place to visit. They are considered to be the best preserved... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Lynn B
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Gatineau, Canada
Interesting Area

We loved our day in Fredericia from our cruise ship. Everyone in the town seemed delighted to... read more

Reviewed 2 October 2017
Freya1958
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Hunter Valley, NSW
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Vester Voldgade 1, Fredericia 7000, Denmark
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+45 72 11 35 11
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Fredericia Vold (Ramparts) is the place to visit. They are considered to be the best preserved ramparts in Northern Europe. Its fortified walls were built in 1650 to defend Denmark from invaders. You can walk along the ramparts and see the rampart gates, vintage...More

Thank Lynn B
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Reviewed 2 October 2017

We loved our day in Fredericia from our cruise ship. Everyone in the town seemed delighted to welcome their visitors. A special market had been set up not far from the dock with beautiful hand made items for sale. The town band welcomed the ship...More

1  Thank Freya1958
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Reviewed 21 September 2017

We visited the Fredericia ‘Vold’ whilst visiting the town during a day stop over. We had used a local walking tour but with a bit of pre planning and investigation, the visitor could quite easily conduct themselves around the town themselves. The ‘Vold’ is a...More

1  Thank Stewart C
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Reviewed 28 August 2017

Although not high on a cruisers priority list, the town of Fredericia is well worth a walk. From the ship we collected a town walkers map outside the port and had a very pleasant meander through the Old Town and up on the Wall seeing...More

1  Thank Richard N
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Reviewed 7 August 2017

If you like walking through green areas then this is a must do. Getting to understand how the city was built for defense is thrilling.

Thank Dani L
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Reviewed 5 August 2017

This old town wall from the time they built this city as a fortress gives a rich possibility to walk along the rim of the centre. And as the rampart has paths on both sides of the moat, on top, and on the sides there...More

Thank Straddis
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Reviewed 1 August 2017 via mobile

The ramparts in general are apart of many Danish towns have ramparts as a part of Viking defense systems. The fredericia ramparts are a must see they are wonderful both for the history that is important to read about Fredericia as a free town and...More

Thank Patrick K
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Reviewed 10 July 2017

When I learnt that our cruise ship was to make a stop at this small Danish town I was not sure how we could fill the day. A little research told me that the old ramparts were worth a look and, in the event, that’s...More

1  Thank btoo
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Reviewed 15 June 2017 via mobile

Our cruise ship arrived early before most things were open so we decided to take a scenic walk through the vold. It was interesting to see how they used earth and terrain for protection. There were several cannons in place to look at and flat...More

Thank DoctorCP
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Reviewed 14 February 2017

You can not visit Fredericia, without paying Fredericia Vold a visit... A nice 1-2 hour stroll is highly recommended, reading the different signs, will give you some basic knowledge of its history!

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Bonnie C
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Sorry to have missed you, Bonnie :) In case anyone else is wondering: You cannot miss it! If you are in the harbour, go in any direction and you´ll bump right into it, since it actually surrounds the city. It is very... More
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