FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions - about Hundested.
Where will passengers get taxis and bus service in the town?
In front of the train station approx. 200 meters from the quay. Taxi call +45 48 48 48 48.
Cost of the taxi
From the cruise quay to Knud Rasmussen’s House approx. DKK 100. From the quayside to the railway station approx. DKK 150.
Are foreign currency accepted?
Most shops accept Euro.
Are credit cards accepted?
Credit cards are widely accepted, some include a transaction fee, typically 5% of the purchase.
Are Travellers Cheques accepted in shops?
Opening hours of shops, restaurants, and banks
Shops; 10 a.m. 5.30 p.m. Restaurants; From Lunch to late evening. Banks; 9:30 a.m.-4 a.m.
Public phone or internet cafes near the cruise ship or in town?
Public Phone: No.
WI-FI: At the tourist information approx. 500 meters from the quay, many cafés and on the marina.
What kind of souvenirs can guests expect to purchase?
Local handicraft & glassware.
Should guest barter for prices?
Can you suggest any specific shops or shopping area where guest should visit?
The Viking Ship Museum, Knud Rasmussen’s House and the old part of the fishing harbour.
Are postcard readily available and where to purchase stamps?
At the tourist information.
Recommended activities for guest not on tour?
Knud Rasmussen’s House, a stroll at the fishing and yacht harbour, the beach or take the ferry (duration 25 min.) to Roervig. Train to Frederiksvaerk and Hillerod (depart 2 x hour), duration 20 min. and 40 min., tickets at the railway station, to visit Frederiksborg Castle and Fredensborg Castle.
Any additional comments about the port and general information that you might have
The welcome crew at the quay and the staff at the tourist information are very helpful and will be happy to assist your guests during your call to Hundested.