Horsholm is a town on Denmark’s Oresund coast, approximately 15 miles north of Copenhagen. The town covers most of Horsholm Municipality and straddles the borders of the neighbouring Fredensborg-Humlebaek and Rudersdal Municipalities. Horsholm has a comparatively low rate of income tax and is close to the sea and swathes of ancient woodland. Because of these attributes Horsholm is attractive to wealthy households. Horsholm is also within a short commuting distance of central Copenhagen.
Major economic industries in Horsholm surround the production of energy, with gas, steam and hot water being used to generate energy. The largest companies in the area include Dong, Amplidan, Velux, Christian Hansen Holding and Aktieselskab. The area surrounding Horsholm is a prime location for office space.
Entertainment And Dining Out
The Dansk Jagt Og Skovbrugsmuseum is centered on forests and forestry, hunting and other historical activities for the area. The Arboretet is a well-kept arboretum and botanical garden. It is a great place to spend an afternoon. Dining in Horsholm provides options such as Crostini, a great venue for business, family, or romance. This restaurant offers excellent food with a view of the harbor, and menu items such as Tuna Vitello. Restaurant Mikkelgaard has a great view of the sea and amazing food and service, with specials including items like deer, rabbit and mackerel, along with a selection of fabulous desserts.
The rail stations of Rungsted Kyst, and Kokkedal on the coast, are located on Kystbanen and served by the Oresund trains which continue on to Copenhagen Airport, and then across the Oresund Bridge to Sweden. The Horsholm Highway is Denmark’s oldest highway and connects Horsholm to Copenhagen in the south and Helsingor in the north.