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What can anyone really say about Solvang? No, truely, what can be said?
I tried to avoid coming here but it was on the road from the Cold Springs Tavern back to the coast so it had to be visited.
The word 'solvang' is Danish...More
We were very lucky to have our waitress at our last hotel recommend Solvang as a place to visit on our drive to Carmel on route 101.
It is a fascinating place - very European with Dutch style buildings and excellent shops and restaurants.
We visited Solvang for a couple of days on a trip to see the Hurst Castle. This town has wonderful places to eat, bakeries to tempt the strongest welled dieter and shops that are a treat to wander around in. For a very tired travel...More
Such a lovely place. Small scale architecture influenced by both Danish and German mores. The place (on a Saturday morning) has a real friendly buzz around it and a great selection of boutique stores and deli's. The drive up from Santa Barbara is neatly scenic...More
This is a delightful authentic Danish village that is not a tourist trap. There are great unique shops, little bistros, bakeries and windmills.
We used to regularly take the choice of two scenic drives less than an hour each over the mountain pass or up...More
Like stepping back in time to unique Danish architecture and atmosphere. Many restaurants and stores to see around town. Plan to spend at least 1/2 or whole day, you will not be disappointed, People are very friendly and helpful in pointing out the many different...More
Solvang is a boutique town.Unique architecture, houses and atmosphere.People are so nice, so polite and well mannered we kind of felt uncomfortable...cause we are from Miami. Scroll down the main street, enjoy good food. A visit is a must.
Coming from Europe Solvang as a town will strike you as odd. Although they have tried very hard to make it a lovely warm town I feel a strange and utter touristic atmosphere. Still, go there, driving up from LA because to trip to Solvang,...More
If you are looking for the Solvang's charming town center with shops,bakeries,etc. then be aware the address listed here is not correct (i.e. Apple Lane: 1200 Alamo Pintado Road, Solvang, CA 93463). Many of the pictures show the actual town area (near Wildling Museum, Mission...More
I was with a tour group and we visited the Salvang which is chocolate box, Danish village and was founded in 1911 by small group of Danish teachers
The city is home to a number of bakeries, restaurants and merchants offering a taste of Denmark...More