HEJA! Herning



Herning has been called “The Capital of the Heath” and with good reason. It was established at the beginning of the 19th century during the period of heath reclamation. During this period, the population grew resulting in an increasing demand for the products and services of the new farmers in the area. Herning became a centre of commerce for the area.

Today Herning provides a variety of shopping facilities in the city centre, where you can stroll along the pedestrian streets or enjoy the cafés, restaurants and pubs. Clothes at favourable prices are displayed both outside and inside the shops. The city offers a fantastic and varied selection of specialist shops that will fulfil any need.

The city is oozing with atmosphere and you can always find a place in the shade when you need to relax. Herning City has more than 2,000 free parking places in the area around the pedestrian streets making it easy to park near the centre.

How to get to Herning?


By air

Karup Lufthavn (KFP) is a small airport near Herning with daily flights to Copenhagen.
Billund (BLL) is the nearest international airport, appr. 40 minutes from Herning. Billund offers many daily flights to destinations all over the world.

By train

It is possible to access Herning by train. Direct trains run every day from Aarhus and Copenhagen, as well as several other Danish cities and towns. From Herning Station, you are in walking distance to several hotels.

By car

The European highway route E45 to Vejle and then route 18 takes you to Herning very easily by car. The journey from Copenhagen takes 3 hours and 15 minutes. There are plenty of parking spaces in Herning.

Jyske Bank Boxen

15 000 people

maximum capacity

28 000 sqm