Billund is a town in South Denmark. It is the headquarters of the LEGO factory and also thanks that for its reputation. The Legoland theme park draws about 6,000 visitors per day. Everything there is made of LEGO, including the animals in the park section Safariland. You and your children can also get to work yourselves, because in various places are large containers with LEGO blocks. Let your imagination run wild!
The town has only 6,000 inhabitants.
Billund lies in the south of Denmark. There are no direct highway connections to the town, but the highway E45 (Flensburg - Århus – Frederikshavn) and E20 (Esbjerg – Copenhagen) lie about 25 kilometers to the east and south of Billund.
Billund exists thanks to the LEGO factory, and most people also work for LEGO (in the factory or in the theme park). The airport is also important for the local economy. Billund Airport has grown to become the second largest airport of Denmark.
The airport lies only 2 kilometers northeast of Billund. If you rent a car, you can easily visit other towns in Denmark. The distance from the airport to other Danish cities: Vejle 28 km, Kolding 41 km, Esbjerg 61 km, Århus 98 km.
Billund is so small that there is no local public transportation. There are, however, bus connections to places in the area, such as Esbjerg, Vejle, Grindsted and Skjern.
Traffic and parking
There are no traffic problems in Billund. You should also have no difficulty to find a parking space. Billund is an excellent starting point to explore the rest of South Denmark, for example by rental car.
Both in the town Billund itself and in Legoland you can find accommodation. In the surrounding area there are also plenty of possibilities: camping sites and atmospheric Danish cottages and farm houses. If you want to see more than just Legoland, a rental car is essential.
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