After spending some time in Jelling, we continued the drive and headed to Ribe. This town would be our final stop, where we would spend two nights. Ribe also happens to be the oldest town in Denmark, as it was established in the 8th century during the Germanic Iron Age.
The town has many preserved old buildings, and even the bed and breakfast we stayed in was rather ancient in character. It is a small town, so we actually just spent an afternoon strolling around the village checking out the scenery. For the next day, we took the car and drove to nearby areas, but Ribe was where we spent the night. It's a peaceful and quiet village, though popular with visitors. Make sure you make a dinner reservation in case you want to eat.