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There are many activities at the students house, including Live music, indoor beach parties, international evenings, special drinks evening.
Only drawback is that the place closes at 2:00 AM.
If you like to talk to a lot of people without getting into problems, this is the place to be as opposed to Wheels (in the street of Skolegade).
Dress Code: No dress code.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
One of the unique cultural features of Esbjerg is that the Danish people have the habit of getting drunk when possible.
I've seen them drinking heavily at seven o'clock in the morning at Billund airport,because alcohol there is half the price then in the local pubs.It's also normal to drink two or three bottles of Tuborg at lunch when the boss is paying. Good attitude.
Written Aug 26, 2002
Raise in 1994, these four white statues look out to the sea by the harbour and is the first thing you see on all Esbjerg tourist brochures. A bus trip to and forth will take almost an hour, and you'll be sorely disappointed by its scale and ordinariness. One suspects they had to plomp something bulky somewhere so that at least there can be a "landmark" in the small small town.
Updated Dec 4, 2011
While we visited Esbjerg we met this unusual show: a pig race! You must bet on a pig and hoping he is faster than the others..But do you know how much is hard make run pigs?
Updated Oct 20, 2003