This section is dedicated to take away all your "I wish someone had told me that before I went!" experiences. This way, you can spend less time settling in, and more time making new friends in your chosen hostel. We share our insider knowledge of tips, tricks and important things to look out for in Ishøj.
Ishøj (Ishoej), Denmark, is located in the bay of Køge, south of the Danish capital Copenhagen. The area belongs to Vestegnen in the Capital Region of Denmark, which also has the largest population in the country. Currently around twenty thousand people call Ishøj their home. The biggest advantage of the Vestegnen area is the combination of nature, culture, and urban flair due to the neighbouring capital. Visiting Ishøj, you can relax on the beach, enjoy the nature, and numerous outdoor activities. If you want to check out the urban vibe of Copenhagen, it takes only seventeen minutes to get to the central station of the biggest Danish city. Several worth-seeing museums in the area of Vestegnen satisfy culture enthusiasts, as well.
Sleeping in and around Ishøj has some striking advantages. The beach is nearby, it is easy to get to the city centre of Copenhagen and the prices are much more reasonable. You can choose from numerous hotels, guesthouse, and even campsites; options for a Ishøj (Ishoej), Denmark hostel also exist. If you decide to stay in a Ishøj (Ishoej), Denmark hostel, it is located close to the beach and offers excellent facilities. Keep in mind that your Ishøj (Ishoej), Denmark hostel can be busy in summer, when everyone wants to have some good times on the beach, so book ahead to avoid disappointments.
The town in the bay of Køge offers a seven-kilometre-long beach, called Strandparken. It is considered to be one of the most beautiful in Denmark and is an excellent spot to take a break and relax by the ocean and enjoy some quality time with the family and friends. No matter if you want to go for a swim, enjoy the sun, or go for a beach walk, Ishøj Beach is a very suitable choice. Not far away from Ishøj, you can find the famous Roskilde Cathedral. The current church was built in the late twelfth century and it took more than a hundred years to complete this place of worship. More than forty kings and queens are buried inside this lovely church, which is also listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Lovers of culture and art should not miss the ARKEN Museum of Modern Art. The building houses permanent exhibitions of Danish and Northern artists, as well as international artists. At ARKEN, they display works created by young talented and well-known modern artists. If you want to visit more museums, Kroppedal Museum focusing on Danish astronomy and Heerup Museum, which is all about Henry Heerup's sculptors and arts.
Written by local enthusiast for Ishøj hostelsFlo