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Aeroskobing, Denmark
Aeroskobing is a small town in central Denmark, located on the island of Ærø. It is best known for its
beautifully preserved historic houses and streets, which have been restored to retain the character of the Middle Ages

The main tourist attraction is the Flaskeskibssamlingen or Ships-in-a-Bottle Museum where you can see the 1700 exhibits of the lifetime work of Bottle Peter. There are also two local history museums.


Things to See & Do

* Town square
* Town windmill
* Ships-in-a-Bottle Museum
* The cook house
* The Priors house

General information

Cruise Season – March - Nov
Currency - Danish krone (DKK)
Language – Danish
Land Area – 88 km² (Aero island)
Population –951approx
Electricity – 2 round pins European style
Time - GMT plus one hour
International Country Telephone Code - + 45

Port Location – The marina is located within walk distance of the town centre.

Transport Links – Ærø is the only island among the larger Danish Baltic Sea islands that is not connected with a bridge, and road traffic is generally low. There are car ferry lines to Als, Funen and Langeland. Ærø also lies within a popular sailboat area, the Sydfynske Øhav (Southern Funen Archipelago). A small airport with grassed runways is located near Marstal.


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