Naestved Flights:

Flights to Naestved

image of NaestvedThe small city of Naestved is located on Denmark’s island of Zealand. Though the city is filled with small-town charm and plenty of history, you’ll find some very modern attractions here as well.

Flights to Naestved arrive at the Copenhagen Airport, Kastrup (airport code: CPH) which is about an hour’s drive away. There is also regular rail service directly from the airport into Naestved. To get a flight to Naestved from Johannesburg, you can fly with KLM to have one connection in Amsterdam or British Airways to stop in London. Virgin Atlantic also makes a single stop-over in London. With Air France, you will have to connect in Paris instead.

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The Tourist Attractions of Naestved:

BonBon Land

BonBon Land is a large modern amusement park just outside of Naestved, and it’s a fun day for the whole family. There are more than 60 rides that include thrill rides like the Cobra Tower and more calm attractions like the water rafting. You’ll even find rides for really young kids so everyone can have fun. There are snack stands and a restaurant, or you can bring a picnic for the afternoon.

Susa River

The river flows right through Naestved, and it makes a nice natural place for a walk within the city. The Herlufsholm Woods are on either side of the river, and there are various paths to choose from. Some parts of the river allow fishing and even a little canoeing if you want to get out on the water.

Gavno Castle

Construction began on the castle in 1402, though some parts weren’t added until the 1600s. Nonetheless, it is an old and impressive structure that should be seen while in Naestved. It’s not a medieval style castle, and does look more like a large mansion, with an interior that has been completely refurbished and decorated in period style. The gardens surrounding the castle are worth a visit just for themselves.


Though the city is small, you’ll find an abundance of places to shop in Naestved. There are 2 large shopping malls (right next to each other) and there is a more quaint marketplace in the city centre with open-air vendors two days a week. The shops in the city square are much less commercial than the ones at the malls.


For a little more excitement, you can take a day-trip to Copenhagen and see all the sights it has to offer. It’s only about an hour away by car from Naestved. There are 2 more amusement parks there, Tivoli Gardens and Dyrehavsbakken, as well as a large number of museums, historic churches and art galleries. You should also see the famous statue of the Little Mermaid that is out on a rock in the harbour. Add in the additional opportunity for shopping and dining, and you can easily fill a whole day.

When Should You Visit?:

Weather in Naestved is pleasant all year long with no major extremes though the winters will be around the freezing point from December until March. Summers are warmest in July and August but the average high temperatures are only 22C (72F). May through September is ideal and you will have great weather for walking around and sight-seeing.

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