When we think of Denmark we think of a multitude of stunning castles and a besiegement of old Danish history. Immerse yourself in this ancient destination and enjoy every bit of the past as you walk through the olde towns while exploring the fascinating castles.
1. Explore New Harbour Nyhavn
Nyhavn is a beautiful picturesque place where you can take a nice stroll with your lover after eating fantastic food in one of its many restaurants. After lunch take a boat ride through the canal.
2. Explore Frederiksborg Castle
This is a beautiful palace completely redone after a fire in the 1600s which destroyed the interior of everything but the chapel. The inside was done in Renaissance style and was the prettiest palace in Denmark in its time! The Opulence of that era is absolutely stunning.
3. Climb to the Top of the Tower at the Church of Our Savior
The most beautiful church in Copenhagen built in 1682-1696 by Lambert van Haven! Up here you will have the best view of the city.
4. Explore the Grounds at the Rosenborg Castle
We love this castle especially because it looks like the castle from the Wizard of Oz! Explore the grandiour home and the thrones guarded by three silver lions, the crown jewels in the basement treasury and many of the sumptuously appointed rooms. This castle is truly a fascinating glimpse into the life of the former royal danish family.
5. Explore Olde Den Gamle By
The Danish era we been telling you about! This place is a true treat with the old danish houses and an original bakery where you can taste delicious biscuits while strolling through this ancient town. A time machine that everyone will enjoy.
6. See Where the Two Sea’s Meet at the Green Skagen
Where the North Sea and the Baltic meet! You can walk the sands and see where the two sea’s collide but don’t mix. Plus did we mention the wildlife you’ll see? Grab some food and set up a picnic at this lovely place!
7. Be Inspired by Shakespeare at The Kronborg Castle
A short and easy train ride from Copenhagen, Kronborg Castle will prove to be a wonderful experience added onto your trip! The castle itself is spectacular, both in terms of its imposing appearance and it’s seafront setting. Kronberg is best known for being the place Shakespeare chose to set the entirely fictional events of his masterpiece, Hamlet. If you ever have the chance to visit Kronborg during Hamlet Live, we thoroughly recommend it.
8. Fall in Love with The Egeskov Castle
Ah yes, a beautiful castle surrounded by water, with beautiful gardens, richly decorated rooms inside and all you would expect from a royal danish family. We love the gardens and we love the moat!! A dream wedding reception possibly?
9. Discover The Viking Ship Museum
Real viking boats and artifacts!! Hello!!
10. Enjoy the Views at Mons Klint
Where the white cliffs meet the blue sea. The drive to this beautiful place is just as enjoyable as the destination! Enjoy every minute of it!