May 26, 2019 - May 27, 2019
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Karup is a beautiful region of central Denmark that few travelers pass through despite the overwhelming natural beauty and the relative inexpensiveness of the area. Finding a hotel in and around Karup can be quite difficult due to the language barrier and rural nature of the area, so be sure to book with us here at Skyscanner when you are planning your trip to Karup.
Karup itself is a village that is best described as a forest. There are two main highways that pass through Karup, number 12 and number 13. Highways number 15 and number 16 encapsulate the east and west sides of Karup and lead to nearby towns. It’s in these nearby towns that you’ll find the hotels you’re looking for, though Karup itself does have two hotels along highway 12.
Hotels in and around Karup will be priced at around $100. The exact price you pay is determined by whether you stay at one of the motel style hotels in Karup, or bed and breakfast style hotels. The bed and breakfast hotels are slightly more expensive.
There typically aren’t any add-on costs to hotels in the Karup region, so don’t worry about whether the tea on the bureau is complimentary or not. Likewise, there will be little to spend your money on in Karup aside from your hotel room, so if you’re looking for shopping opportunities, you should head farther south along highway number 12.
Depending on how far you go from Karup itself, your accommodations can vary wildly. If you go as far south as Tulstrup, you can expect mid-sized and larger hotels which offer daily cleaning service, room service, gyms, pools, and other amenities. If you instead decide to travel northward, toward Skals, your hotels will resemble hunting lodges or camping grounds depending on how far north you’ve gone.
If your hotel advertises itself as a bed and breakfast, motel, or hotel, you should expect a clean room that has maid service each day, free wi-fi, television, and breakfast in the morning. Your hotel probably won’t have a concierge, although the owner may be able to direct you toward some of the area’s destinations like the nature trails in Munklinde or the lake Engesvang.
You’ll need a car to explore Karup, as the public transportation doesn’t run that reliably out in the deep woods. So long as you’re on highway number 12, number 13, number 15, or number 16, you’re one exit away from returning to the central area of Karup where your hotel will likely be located.
Exploring Karup is mostly about relaxing with nature. Be sure to pack hiking equipment as well as plenty of bug spray regardless of the season that you visit; the mosquitoes are notorious, especially in the summer months. Karup tends to get quite cold in the wintertime, so be sure to bring your warmest coats and scarves if you want to stay comfortable.