The Municipality of Holstebro has approximately 57,000 inhabitants and covers an area of 80.000 hectares. Holstebro is the dynamic centre of Western Jutland. This goes for culture, sports, trade, industrial development, environment, education and tourism.
Art at every street corner built into the pavements and fountains – does that appeal to you? Would you like to enter a world of drama, music, ballet and other cultural experiences? Or do you feel like partying and dancing in a vibrant nightlife? Then Holstebro is the place for you.
You can enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of the town centre with its pedestrian streets offering a variety of shops, restaurants, cafes and bars. Get ready for a thrilling ride down the water slide in our Aqua Dome, or explore the sights and enjoy the diversified nature that surrounds us.
West of town you’ll find the roaring waves of the North Sea with its beaches and sand dunes. Holstebro is surrounded by the characteristic heath lands. East of town the green and hilly landscapes predominate bordering the calm waters of Limfjorden. Add to that, the manor of Nørre Vosborg, Hjerl Hede Open-Air Museum and many other cultural and historical sights.
In short, we have something for every taste and need. Come discover Holstebro – we welcome you whether you are here on a short visit or for a long stay.
You can learn a lot more about Holstebro; the history, accommodation, attractions, events, activities, restaurants etc. by visiting the websites of our local tourist agencies:
www.visitholstebro.dk or www.ulfborg-turist.dk
If you plan to settle in Holstebro you are always welcome to visit us at the town hall, call us or send us an e-mail. Whatever your situation, we will do our utmost to help you integrate and feel welcome.
Below you’ll find our contacts and a few links to other websites with practical information for foreigners.
The Municipality of Holstebro
DK 7500 Holstebro
Phone: +45 9611 7500
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark welcomes you to Denmark's official web site
About Holstebro; the history, accommodation, attractions, events, activities, restaurants etc. by visiting the websites of our local tourist agencies
Read about work, culture and residence in Denmark. Administered by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation
The officiel travel guide to Denmark
Read about Danish society and about life as a new citizen in Denmark in a number of languages. The site New to Denmark
Website with practical information about life in Denmark as a foreigner, and more specifically female life.
The Danish Centre for Information on Women and Gender, promotes information on gender research.
Danish language centre in Holstebro.