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City and Culture

Gågade i Fredericia

If you like cozy seaside towns filled with atmosphere, culture, history, shopping and restaurants look no further. Fredericia and Middelfart are located on opposite sides of the Little Belt. You will find great cafés, restaurants and bar, lots of shops as well as a great variety of theatre, concerts, festivals and more. 

The area is also home to fascinating history, that you wont want to miss. 

Shops in Fredericia and Middelfart

Photo: Niels Martner

Restaurants, cafés and bars

Photo: Café Magma

Cultural experiences

Photo: Søren Malmose

Galleries and crafts

Photo: Anitta Due

Guided tours

Photo: Claus Fisker/Fredericia Kommune

Museums and exhibitions

Photo: Ole Olsen/Fredericia Kommune

Architecture and churches

Photo: Niels Martner

Cruise Fredericia

Photo: Claus Fisker/Fredericia Kommune

Activities in town

Photo: Helle Thomsen

The history of Fredericia and Middelfart

The area around Fredericia and Middelfart has a rich and diverse history. For over 800 years, Middelfart was known for dramatic porpoise hunts on the Little Belt. As a royally founded fortification, Fredericia was given special privileges by the King and has been the setting for both great victories and defeats. Click on the picture below, for more exciting stories. 

Since 1935, the two citiets have been connected by the Old Little Belt Bridge. The bridge initiated an explosive growth in traffic and marked the beginning of the end for hundreds of years of ferry boats crossing the Little Belt. In 1970, the New Little Belt Bridge was opened to relief the growing strain on the old bridge. 

Learn more about the history

Photo: Destination Lillebælt