Top things to do

Cathedral in Maribo

Maribo Domkirke

Set amid mature trees overlooking the lake, Maribo's large brick cathedral has an imposing west-facing nave divided in three by hefty, octagonal columns. The 1641 gilt altarpiece and 1606 pulpit contrast beautifully…
Museum in Maribo

Stiftsmuseum Maribo

Beside Maribo’s train station, this excellent little museum is most notable for its moodily lit room featuring nine 13th-century figures of the 'suffering Christ', rescued from Lolland's medieval churches.
Thai in Maribo

Panya Thai

Behind a traditional Maribo facade, this family style restaurant offers reliable Thai flavours but with spice levels reduced to a minimum (unless you ask). Three variants on chilli-soy sauce can help compensate. Sev…
Museum in Maribo

Frilandsmuseet Maribo

Frilandsmuseet is a collection of around a dozen mostly thatched buildings and a wooden post-mill, plucked from elsewhere in Denmark to form a mini-village. It's an attractive site even when closed as you can peep i…
Cafe in Maribo

Café Victoria

With barista coffee from 25kr and four beers on tap including Belgian Grimbergen Double, this spacious, convivial modern brasserie is a delight that you'd never expect from its surroundings deep within a miserable s…
Music in Maribo

Maribo Jazz Festival

The four-day jazz festival brings live music to 15 Maribo venues culminating on the third weekend in July.
International in Maribo

Restaurant Svanen

Within a large, disappointing waterfront hotel, Svanen feels rather like the dining room of an upmarket elderly people's home but there are lovely views from the open terrace and the short dinner menu adds fruity tw…
Pub in Maribo

Munkstuen

For a full-on local experience grab a cheap beer and frame up a game of keglebillard (five-pin billiards) in this little pub behind the central square's bicycle shop.