FROM INTERNATIONAL ATTRACTIONS TO LOCALHOOD EXPERIENCES
World class international attractions, two UNESCO sites and three important castles.
From Shakespeares Hamlet, to royal castles to a historical cultural harbor.
From cycling along the Danish Riviera, to Helsingor walk to a historic sailing trip.
DESIGN / ARCHITECTURE
The award-winning Danish Maritime museum & North Europes most important museum of modern art, Louisiana.
The region is Copenhagen’s kitchen garden. Experience the local suppliers for some of Denmark’s finest restaurants.
LINKS TO TOURIST SIGHTS
Other interesting museums in the city include the historic City Museum, the expansive Danish Museum of Science and Technology or the M/S Maritime Museum of Denmark, located underground inside one of the old drydocks of the long gone shipyard.
Outside the city, but within easy reach of a half-day tour, other attractions and destinations include the impressive renaissance water castle and home of the Museum of National History, Frederiksborg Castle and the elegant rococo palace of Fredensborg – summer residence of the Royal Family.
Further highlights include the historic Cistercian monastery of Esrum Abbey in the Nationalpark, the home and museum of author Karen Blixen in Rungstedlund or the internationally renowned Louisiana Museum of Modern Art. 40 minutes away and more suitable for a full-day tour is Copenhagen.