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not lots to see but harbors are always fun to visit - teenagers were taking a class on water... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Paula R
Most expensive real estate

Our driver/guide Klaus told us that this fishing community stands on the most expensive real estate... read more

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Reviewed 18 August 2016 via mobile

It is said that Dragør has one of the best kept village environments in Denmark. Dragør has many well-preserved historical buildings. The old part of the town is a compact, picturesque maze of alleys with yellow-painted houses, red roofs, and cobblestone streets built in the...More

14  Thank springbank
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Reviewed 19 April 2013

We traveled to Dragør by bike from central Copenhagen. This small village is beautiful and blessed with nice people. One of our tires was punctured and a man offered to help us. He drove all the way home to get his bicycle pump and met...More

6  Thank dwongg89
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Reviewed 1 week ago

not lots to see but harbors are always fun to visit - teenagers were taking a class on water. Interesting to watch and interesting to see architect (roofs) of houses.

Thank Paula R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Our driver/guide Klaus told us that this fishing community stands on the most expensive real estate in the Copenhagen area. Even the modest fishermen's bungalows are coveted despite the price. We stopped in a gift store with an open door into a nice bakery. We...More

Thank alohatripper
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Just wanted to write something that the museum is closed for renovations in 2018. But the boat Elizabeth K571 is out in the water and easy to see if that's what you're coming for. Quiet, quaint town with cobblestoned streets, shopping, restaurants, grocery store. Easy...More

Thank StevePaylor
Reviewed 27 September 2018

We had a local guide show us the old harbour and town. Many wonderfull houses with lookout towers. A great place to walk around.

Thank Medborgeren
Reviewed 22 September 2018

This harbour has tis own charm, combining fishing vessels and small sailboats in the marina. When weather is good you can easily see Sweden, and the bridge connecting Denmark and Sweden. Don't forget to visit the pilot museum (lodsmuseet).

Thank Torger B
Reviewed 13 August 2018

We took a day trip from Copenhagen to Dragør which is a fishing village. It has lovely shops, a museum and plenty of seaside walking trails. They also have plenty of good restaurants to choose from. We took the train from Copenhagen Central train station....More

2  Thank Gardenguru15
Reviewed 5 August 2018

We were on a tour of Scandinavia, staying in Copenhagen for a few days. One of our optional trips was to Dragor and we are so glad that we decided to take it. It was only 12 km from Copenhagen and well worth the trip....More

Thank Marie K
Reviewed 10 July 2018

This is an adorable little fishing village that turns into a resort area in the summer. Sweet little streets lined with hollyhocks and houses with thatch roofs. Not far from Copenhagen and yet, it's another world: quiet, gentle, resort-like. We stopped for ice cream and...More

Thank Martine A
Reviewed 20 June 2018

Here is the small Danish port that was a short ferry-ride away from Sweden and the base for smuggling Jews away during the Nazi occupation; one of the actual small boats on display in the small harbor. A small "Main St" is lined with a...More

1  Thank Tayartwo
Reviewed 26 May 2018 via mobile

This small country town just a few kilometres from Copenhagen is well worth spending some time in. The historical centre and old harbour are pretty and there is a photographic set piece round every corner. Cobbled streets and ally ways are uncluttered by cars which...More

2  Thank HCM93
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28 January 2017|
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Response from Claudio V |
Yes, especially if you stay at the marina.
23 July 2016|
Response from PoulN2 |
To relax and enjoy life. Dragoer is only 10 min drive from Copenhagen Int. airport and 25 min drive from the city of Copenhagen.