'Denmark's most underrated city'.
It calls it australian publishers Lonely Planet, the city of Vejle, who gets a few words of praise on the way.
the Publisher highlights the first of the city's innovative design, architecture and gastronomy. 'A microcosm of it, Denmark is most known for', they call it.
in Particular highlighted will be the St. Nicolai church, which was built in the 1200s, and has been restored several times, as well as the town Hall, which was erected in 1878.
the office building Fjordenhus, which is designed by the artist Olafur Eliasson, and the Wave, which is created by Henning Larsen Architects is mentioned as attractions.
There is also roses for Vejle Latin quarter, where there is ample opportunity to grab something to eat and drink.
They are particularly up in arms about how the pedestrian zone is covered by the umbrellas in different pangfarver.
street food-the options are good, but also the indoor deals are worth going after, so as the restaurant Remouladen, which serves open-faced sandwiches, which the publisher is thrilled.
Lonely Planet publishes travel guides in the form of small books - like targeted to a country or larger areas. They have, since 1972, published books just like that seen below.
It is books such as these, the publisher publisher. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix
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