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Photo spot - Skibbroen Ribe

Skibbroen Ribe

From the Viking Age up to the 17th century, Ribe harbour was one of the most important on the Danish west coast, where, among other things, agricultural goods were shipped and wine, salt, silk and spices were imported.

Today, the harbour is primarily a marina, as well as a gathering spot with a cozy atmosphere along the stream and the beautiful half-timbered houses by the shore.

You can park in several places near the center. For example at St. Peders Gade, where you have 4 hours of free parking (remember to set the parking disc).