Stroll around Køge's medieval town centre, which is beautifully-preserved with many houses painted in lively colours. Falster's largest city, Nykøbing, is home to an old monastery and houses dating back to the 17th and 18th centuries.
Experience how life was lived here in the 14th century at the town’s Medieval Centre.
The harbour town of Køge sits at the north of South Zealand, near Copenhagen.Traditionally Næstved's public have turned to the left on the political scale, when casting their votes.Social Democrats have been heading the city council continuously since its creation.Amongst the best-known foreign artists to have visited Næstved over the last few years are Electric Light Orchestra, Beth Hart, Runrig and Modern Talking.In recent years, various theatres have emerged in Næstved, culminating with the creation of an "Egns Teater" - a local theatre - in 2006.
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It is in the center of the city, only five minutes walk away from the station.Denmark's top artists perform here, along with various names from abroad.Tved means "cleared land" or "cleared wood" (as "thwaite" in English toponyms), and refers to the city's origin in the woods of southern Zealand, on the banks of the Suså. "Næs" is the Danish word for a small peninsula (as "ness" in English toponyms), and probably refers to the city's placing on the peninsulas Ydernæs, Grimstrup Næs, and Appenæs. Peter's Church, Saint John's Church, Herlufsholm Church, and Holsted Church.Cheap entry fees and a relaxed atmosphere attract a young crowd.
Næstved has a range of museums of local importance.That made Næstved the second-largest town on Zealand, only outranked by the capital, Copenhagen.Experienced mayor, Henning Jensen, led the city through the merger, and stayed head of the city council, with the four mayors from the other merged municipalities taking place as members of the council.The delightful cathedral town of Maribo is surrounded by lakes and you’ll find small, characteristically-yellow houses packed into its old streets.The cathedral was where one of Denmark’s most famous women, Leonora Christina, died.