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Esbjerg Airport

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Mo-Fr 0800-1600
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Esbjerg Airport, 6700

Telephone: +45 33 17 90 50

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Hertz at Esbjerg Airport

The city of Esbjerg stands in the far west of Denmark and its airport is just six miles to the northeast. It's a small regional airfield but is very popular for helicopter flights to North Sea oil and gas facilities. You'll find there's a small modern passenger terminal and plenty of car parking outside. If you pick up a hire car at Esbjerg Airport you'll find it is conveniently placed for road links. The airport occupies a flat spot amid farmland right next to the E20 important motorway. This leads all the way east to the Oresund Bridge to Sweden or west straight towards the city of Esbjerg itself.

If you drive a hire car from the airport into Esberg you'll find it's a busy cargo and ferry port right on the coast. There's art and history museums to explore, although the fishing and maritime museum is probably the best bet to learn about Esberg's widely celebrated fishing history. Look out for the local artist landmark, four 27ft tall white figures looking out to sea. The unspoilt island of Fano is a short boat ride away and Denmark's oldest town, Ribe is a few minutes down the road - here you'll find classic fairy-tale cobbled streets, half-timbered houses and crooked towers like the cover of a chocolate box.