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Ronne, Bornholm, Denmark
Rønne is a town and former municipality in Denmark on the island of Bornholm in the Baltic Sea. This is the diminutive 'capital' of the island which boasts powder-white beaches in the south, picturesque fishing villages, 12th century round churches - and, at Hammershus Slot, Scandinavia's largest medieval castle ruins.

Rønne’s historic Gamle Stan (Old Town) is worth a visit to see its cobblestoned streets and brightly painted cross-timbered houses. The best streets for seeing old Bornholm are Laksegade and Storegade, plus the triangular sector lying between Store Torv and Lille Torv.

Towering over the small South Boat Harbor, on Harbor Hill is St. Nicolai Church, dedicated to the patron saint of seafarers.

Things to See & Do

* Gamle Stan (Old Town),
* Bornholm Museum
* Ericksson's Gård (Farm)
* Hjorth's Fabrik (Bornholm Ceramic Museum)
* Borgårdsten – Runic Stone
General information
Cruise Season – Feb - Dec
Currency – Danish Krone (DKK)
Language – English
Land Area – 29 km²
Population – 15,200 approx
Electricity – 2 round pins European style
Time - GMT plus zero hours
International Country Telephone Code - + 45

Port Location – The port of Ronne is located in Ronne harbor, close to the city centre.

Travel Links - Ferry services connect Rønne to Świnoujście (Poland), Sassnitz (Germany), Køge (near Copenhagen, Denmark) and catamaran to Ystad (Sweden). Simrishamn (Sweden) has a ferry connection during the summer. There are also regular catamaran services between Neksø and the Polish ports of Kolobrzeg, Leba and Ustka.

There are direct train and bus connections Ystad-Copenhagen, coordinated with the catamaran. There are also air connections from the Bornholm Airport to Copenhagen and other places.

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