Horsens is a city in eastern Jutland with a population of around 55,000.
The larger city of Vejle south of Horsens also sits at the bottom of a Danish fjord. Already during the Viking age it was a settlement called Horsnes.
Horsens has a pedestrianised center with historic buildings, cafés, restaurants and opportunities for specialty shopping and the inner city is dotted with art installitions. The name probably referred to the breeding of large numbers of horses in the area.
Passengers arriving at that airport and are depending on public transportation will have to catch the airport coach into Aarhus station and then a train from Aarhus to Horsens.
From Copenhagen, Horsens can be reached with trains running from Copenhagen Airport Kastrup. 2 ½ to 3 hours (most often passengers will have to change trains at the main station in Copenhagen). You can rent bikes at different locations, ask at the tourist office.
The nearest airport is Billund Airport, the country's second largest airport.