Welcome to Nykøbing F
Falster's only large town, Nykøbing F straddles the Falster–Lolland bridge, its forgettable waterfront dominated by a sugar refinery that sweetens the air when becoming briefly active each October. Amid the predominantly newer buildings are a handful of medieval houses, notably on very pretty cottage-lined Bastebrostræde, which leads up from the main car park to commercial Langgade with its lovely old pipe shop, museum and intriguing Rolink barbershop. There are two great restaurants up Langgade's northern extension (Slotsgade) and several central bars. However, the best thing to see here is the family friendly Medieval Centre across the sound on the Lolland side, an enthralling place complete with jousting knights.
The ‘F’, incidentally, stands for Falster and is used to differentiate the town from Denmark’s two other Nykøbings.