The Great Belt Bridge (Danish: Storebæltsbroen) is a bridge between the islands of Funen in Denmark (Nyborg) and Seeland (Korsør). The bridge, as part of the E20, was launched in July 1998 for cars and other motorized transport opened. The Great Belt Bridge replaces the historic ferry from Knudshoved to Halskov. The realization of this bridge, and since the opening of the Oresund Bridge, traffic from Western Europe by road to reach Scandinavia. The alternative to the ferry between Puttgarden and Rødby in Denmark in Germany is still a popular choice for traffic between Germany and the island of Zealand because the distance is shorter than the road through the Great Belt Bridge.
The compound consists of two bridges of 6.6 and 6.8 kilometers in length, both on the island Sprogø true. The length of the compound is 18 km. The rail transport since 1997 makes use of the bridge (west of the island) and the 8-kilometer railway tunnel between Zealand and Sprogø.
For international shipping not to hinder the hanging bridge on the east side of the road high above the Great Belt. The construction costs amounted to approximately EUR 4.2 billion, and for this toll is to recoup. The cost for this compound are about 29 euros (2008) for a normal passenger car. Pedestrians and cyclists are not allowed on the bridge but can use the train.
Ornumvej 6, Korsor, 4220, Denmark
Good for: Solo
For people staying in self-catering cottages or apartments, the Føtex Supermarket has the largest selection in groceries. Their meat counter is excellent, as is the vegetables department. Also a large selection of frozen foods. It's not the cheapest, but the best market in town.
What to buy: Meat, Cheese, Deli's, frozen food
What to pay: not a discount supermarket, but the aldi and netto markets are in the vicinity