Perched on the shore of the Baltic Sea, Roenne was first settled over a thousand years ago. Today, the Danish city is known for its low historic houses and beautifully crafted grandfather clocks. The charming squares and yellow buildings of the Old Quarter set a cheery scene for exploration. The graceful 19th-century lighthouse provides plenty of photo ops, and the whitewashed St. Nicolas Church is jam-packed with ancient artifacts that date back to the 14th century.
Restaurants in Roenne
4.5 based on 134 reviews
I like owls, like a lot. So this was more or less perfect for me.
They start the show inside, and shows some different birds, and tell you a little about them in Danish and in German. For English speaking people, this would be a little boring.
Continues outside in a good environment for people and birds!
4.5 based on 20 reviews
A fascinating and beautiful place where you can wander among the workshops and see craftspeople at work. Both a historical and a contemporary ceramics 'factory'. Good interpretation using touchpads with text and short videos showing the processes (in English as well as Danish and German)
4.5 based on 27 reviews
Unfortunately, we didn't find this place until we were ready to leave. The staff was friendly, helpful and a wealth of information, eager to help you plan your visit. There were some gift items here as well as clean public restrooms along with phamplets and maps to aid in planning your visit.
3.5 based on 37 reviews
We visit Ronne Bornholm Denmark on a Baltic cruise last summer. I was interested in this port and island because of book I had read about it's round churches and their relationship to the Knights Templars. We rented a car and drove around the island viewing 3 of the 4 round churches as well as a large ruined fortification on the northern shore of the island. The driving was easy with the roads well marked and not crowded except in the small towns. We ate in a local restaurant which only served food prepared with food from the island. It is an interesting place to visit that most people have never heard of.
3.5 based on 18 reviews
It might be worth a peek inside to see but there isn't much to see here. Couldn't tell you much about it because there wasn't much to see other than a stained glass window.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
5 based on 4 reviews
4.5 based on 5 reviews
The island is so small that one can see all four of the round churches for which Bornholm is famous. They are each unique and offer a different perspective of the island's history. Ny Kirke is the biggest of all the round churches. It is very much worth it if you are visiting or staying on the southern part of Bornholm.
4 based on 15 reviews
Quite interesting local museum, mostly about ww 2 and the cold war period. Do have a big collection af firearms from this period. However the museum really could do with a total makeover - it is quite outdated and worn down. Nice volunteer staff.
5 based on 1 reviews
Hvis du søger keramik af høj kvalitet og stil så skal du gå til keramiker Eva Brandt. Efter min smag det bedste inden for keramik som Bornholm har, at byde på. Hos Eva kan du købe alt fra kaffekrus, salt og peber sært små og store skåle til helt store vaser, krukker, skåle og fade. Alt er håndlavet unika.
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