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Borreby Castle (Borreby)

The Borreby Castel is the oldest renaissance-style construction in Denmark that is still standing. This astonishing castle appeared many times in Anderson's fairytales. It is located 3 km south of Skaelskor, south west of Zealand.

North Zealand

North Zealand is well worth a visit, no only can you enjoy the beautiful coastline and idyllic landscapes, here you also find Kronborg Castle, which is known for providing the setting for Shakespeare's Hamlet and Fredriksborg’s Castel (Denmark’s national museum). North Zealand is easily accessible by train from Copenhagen.

Deer Park (Dyrehaven)

This beautiful deer park is 15 minutes from Copenhagen by train. The park used to be a hunting area for the royal family in the second half of the 17th century, but is today a place of recreation and relaxation. Here you can enjoy horseback riding or take in the scenery on a leisurely horse-drawn carriage ride.

Website: www.dyrehaven.dk

Kronborg Castle

The Kronborg Castle is a renaissance-style castle. By visiting this castel you can easily understand the lavish life style of how the royal family lived.

Address: Hillerod 3400

Tel: +45 48 26 04 39

Email: frederiksborgmuseet@frederiksborgmuseet.dk

Website: www.frederiksborgmuseet.dk

Fredensborg Castle

The Fredensborg Castle is still used as the summer house of the royal family. The large-scale painting that extends from the wall to the roof is based on the legend of the Trojan War.

Address: Slottet 9

Tel: +45 33 40 31 87

Email: fredensborg@ses.dk

Website: www.ses.dk/161000c

Skaelskor

Skaelskor is an old harbour town in the south western corner of Zealand, about an hour and a half from the Copenhagen. The town is surrounded by protected landscapes with old manor houses, moors, nature reserves, meadows, and beaches. Apparently, lords from the manors provided sanctuary to Anderson in his later days.

Website: www.skaelskoer-turisme.dk

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