- See three fabulous Danish castles in one day
- Visit the setting of ‘Hamlet’
- Tour the ‘Danish Riviera’
This fantastic Copenhagen day-trip takes you out to the stunning ‘Danish Riviera’ of North Sealand by luxury coach, during which you’ll see some of Denmark’s most spectacular castles. First stop, 17th century Frederiksborg Castle in Hillerød, a striking complex built in the Dutch Renaissance style on a lake. Here you’ll see the royal art collection in the National History Museum, before heading on towards Elsinore. Along the way, your guide will pause the coach at Fredensborg Castle, the royal family’s residence during spring and autumn, in a great photograph location.
Kronborg Castle was the inspiration for William Shakespeare’s ‘Elsinore’, the setting of one of his most well-known plays, ‘Hamlet’. You’ll explore the walls and towers of this magnificent UNESCO World Heritage Site, and also take a peek inside the dungeons, which saw plenty of use over the centuries. A fascinating window into Denmark’s past, this cultural Copenhagen gift experience also takes in some of the most fabulous coastal scenery in the country, and is sure to be a highlight of any stay in the capital.