Skjern is a market town in western Jutland with 7,506 inhabitants (2010), located in Skjern Sogn, ca. 7 km east of
Skjern city lies in Ringkøbing-Skjern municipality and Skjern belongs to Region Midtjylland.
Skjern is named after Skjern River that runs just south of the Skjern city, whose original name is derived from the adj.
Skjern, which means "pure. "
Skjern is the second largest city in the municipality only surpassed by Ringkøbing and also Denmark's youngest borough with rights from 1958. Skjern neighbor is
Tarm, located approx. 4 km in a southerly direction.
Visit Skjern by train
The train station is in the town center and connects Herning
by lokal rail and Herning connects you to pretty all of Denmark and beyond.
Visit Skjern by plane
* Billund Airport is western Denmark's biggest and more well connected. It is conveniently located about an hour's drive from
Visit Skjern by ferry
Getting to Skjern from the UK is simple. With a regular ferry from Harwich, you arrive in
Esbjerg around midday. You can get the number 5 bus, just outside the terminal from Esbjerg port to the railway station in the centre of town.
and then 1 hour to Skjern
Visit Skjern by Bus
Express busses connect Skjern to Vejle
as well as other towns in Denmark.
Visit Skjern by Car
Skjern is linked to Denmark's highway network
1 hour by route 28 connects Vejle
and E20 connects Esbjerg -
Copenhagen and E45 to
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