The heart of Esbjerg C
The Inner city in Esbjerg is one of the first areas that was built when Esbjerg was established. The Inner city is comprised of many different styles of buildings where contrasts are more the rule than the exception.
The streets are designed along a grid pattern, and thus are comprised of routes that run parallel to one another. The Inner city is bound by Esbjerg Station to the east, Frodesgade and the City Hall to the north, Stomgade to the west, and Havnegade and Dokhavnen to the south.
The Inner city is a popular area to live due to the urban amenities and retail trade within walking distance. In the inner city, you can find some of the city’s most significant features, including the main square, Torvet, which is the city’s central point for activity.