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What’s on in Køge during my holiday? Is it a summer revue or a bird show? What’s showing at the cinema? When do the cycling races take place, and when is the switch-on of the town’s Christmas tree? You will find all this and a lot more here.
Candlemas On Friday 1 February 2013, Køge’s cultural institutions once again open their doors, inviting to Candlemas. This year’s Candlemas theme is FROM PAST TO FUTURE. At this annually recurring event, Køge’s cultural scene presents itself with activities for the entire family, first of all in central Køge and on the harbour.
Køge is noted for great shopping in a cosy setting with a well organised shopping scene including shops for every taste. A large number of specialist shops are located round the Market Square and in the adjoining streets. As an extra attraction, several of the shops are hiding behind the house fronts in the old city centre.
Køge sparkles with life in summer Køge Market Square is brimming with people having a good time in the open air cafés or shopping for fruit and vegetables on a market day. But the Market Square is not the only jolly place.
Enjoy a cold glass of beer to jazz music in one of Køge’s many cosy courtyards, or lively Irish folk music on the harbour with its ”Nyhavn atmosphere”.
Come and "sample" Køge! The beautiful old town offers a wide range of experiences. Both for you who may want to be indoors to study art and history and for those of you who prefer a breath of fresh air on a round of golf. Whether your wish list includes a relaxing city break or activities for the entire family, Køge is your perfect holiday destination. Køge is full of life whatever season you visit us. Study all the suggestions and be inspired for a wonderful holiday!
Greve has a lot in store for the activity-seeking tourist.
If you need to wet your throat with a glass of good beer during your city break in the Køge Bay region, or to refresh yourself with a cup of coffee, you have a large choice of good cafés and pubs in the area. Sit down for “people watching” and let that holiday feeling sink in