Map - Ryomgård (RyomgÃ¥rd)

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Ryomgård (RyomgÃ¥rd)

Ryomgård is a Danish country town with 2.460 inhabitants located 29 kilometers north east of to the country’s second largest city Aarhus. As such Ryomgård is in part a pendler town to Aarhus.

Ryomgård lies in the middle of the peninsula, Djursland, protruding into the Kattegat Sea from another peninsula, Jutland, that extends up from northern Germany. It’s a 216 kilometer drive to the German border. From Ryomgård it’s a two and a half hour drive by car and ferry to the Danish capital, Copenhagen on the island, Zealand.

Ryomgård is located in Syddjurs Municipality which covers the southern half of the Djursland-peninsula.

Ryomgård lies 14 kilometers from the sea.

The Aarhus-Grenaa railway passes through Ryomgård. After an ongoing electrification and renovation in 2016 the railway is planned to reopen in 2019 with train connections to Aarhus and Grenaa every 30 minutes as opposed to 60 minutes before the renovation. This is expected to add to the influx of pendlers to Aarhus choosing to live in Ryomgård, as value for money when buying a house in Ryomgård might be better than closer to Aarhus.

By car it takes about 25 minutes to reach the northern outskirts of Aarhus, driving on the Djursland Motorway two thirds of the way.

Aarhus Airport is 14 kilometers from Ryomgård, with several national flights daily to Copenhagen, as well as a number of international flights, including a Ryan Air connection to Stansted in England.

From the bus station in Ryomgård there are connections to neighboring towns including Randers, Hornslet, Rønde, Ebeltoft, Grenaa and Bønnerup as well as Aarhus.

 

Map - Ryomgård (RyomgÃ¥rd)

Latitude / Longitude : 56° 23' 3" N / 10° 30' 11" E | Time zone : UTC+1:0 / UTC+2 | Currency : DKK | Telephone : 45  

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