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The cheapest way to get from Fredericia to Billund Airport (BLL) is to drive which costs 50 kr - 75 kr and takes 44 min.
The quickest way to get from Fredericia to Billund Airport (BLL) is to taxi which costs 750 kr - 950 kr and takes 44 min.
The distance between Fredericia and Billund Airport (BLL) is 43 km. The road distance is 51.9 km.
The best way to get from Fredericia to Billund Airport (BLL) without a car is to train and bus which takes 56 min and costs 80 kr - 120 kr.
It takes approximately 56 min to get from Fredericia to Billund Airport (BLL), including transfers.
Yes, the driving distance between Fredericia to Billund Airport (BLL) is 52 km. It takes approximately 44 min to drive from Fredericia to Billund Airport (BLL).
There are 193+ hotels available in Billund Airport (BLL). Prices start at 750 kr DKK per night.
There is no direct connection from Fredericia to Billund Airport (BLL). However, you can take the train to Vejle St., take the walk to Vejle Trafikcenter, then take the bus to Billund Lufthavn / Billund Airport. Alternatively, you can take the taxi to Billund Airport (BLL).
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Givskud Zoo is a zoo and safari park in Givskud, 20 km north west of Vejle in Denmark. The park opened in 1969 under the name of "Løveparken" (the lion park) with lions as the only animals. In 1970 Asian elephants arrived and today the park has more than 700 animals representing more than 70 species. The zoo is one of only ten attractions to be awarded 5 stars by the Danish tourist guide Jyllands Attraktioner and receives about 325,000 visitors a year. It covers a total of 120 ha, including 65 ha currently in use for the zoo and safaripark. It was announced in 2014 that the remaining area will become part of a future zoo, with first phase opening for the zoo's 50-year anniversary in 2019, under the name Zootopia.
Legoland Billund, the original Legoland park, opened on June 7, 1968 in Billund, Denmark. The park is located next to the original Lego factory and Denmark's second busiest airport Billund Airport. Over 1.9 million guests visited the park in 2011 and since the opening more than 50 million guests have visited the park. This makes Legoland the largest tourist attraction in Denmark outside of Copenhagen. The Legoland parks that have since been built are modelled upon Legoland Billund, most noticeably the Miniland area which is made up of millions of Lego bricks.
Polar X-plorer is a steel roller coaster at Legoland Billund in Billund, Denmark. It opened on 29 April 2012 as Zierer's first coaster with a freefall drop track section.
Engelsholm Castle, overlooking Engelsholm Lake, is located 14 km west of Vejle in south-western Denmark. Originally a manor house which traces its history back to the 15th century, it now houses a folk high school.
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