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Main cities on Bornholm

Rønne: the largest town on the island, with a population of 13.800. High school, shopping opportunities, ferry departures and airport, restaurants and night life can be found in the town.

Gudhjem: has the ferry to Christiansø and many arts-and crafts shops.

Svaneke: you can find the famous glassblower, Pernille Bülowr, “Svaneke Bolcher”, a popular place for locals and tourists, is a candy store, where you can see the colourful candy being made at the spot and the “Svaneke Bryghus”, the best known brewery on Bornholm.


    Kids can also enjoy “Joboland”, an amusement park just outside Svaneke.

Allinge: tourist town on the northern tip of the island with many hotels and a population of 1800.

Nexø: fishing town on the east side of Bornholm with a population of 3700 . Most of the islands fishing industry is located there.Åkirkeby: is the main town in the southern part of Bornholm, with a population of 2100.

Get more inspiration for your travel to Bornholm.

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