Hobro is a historic market and railway town in Region Nordjylland on Denmark's Jutland peninsula. The settlement is located on a hill near the mouth of the Mariager Fjord, close to the old Viking fortification of Fyrkat. It serves as the municipal seat for Mariagerfjord.
Summers in Hobro are pleasant and partially overcast; winters are long, bitterly cold, snowy, and generally cloudy; and it is windy all year. Throughout the year, the temperature generally ranges from 28°F to 69°F, with temperatures seldom falling below 14°F or rising over 78°F. The greatest time of year to visit Hobro for warm-weather activities, according to the tourist score, is from late June to late August.