Danish Castle Tour, instantly entering a fairytale world!

Denmark is one of the oldest kingdoms in the world, known for its numerous historical castles and fairy tale-like beautiful cities.

Esco Castle - Located on Phieng Island, Esco Castle is a well-preserved castle and one of the finest examples of Renaissance architecture in Europe. Its features include a moat, a pointed dome, a knight's hall, and stone statues.

Carlon Castle Palace

Kronborg Castle, known as the setting of Shakespeare's play Hamlet, was built and named by Frederik II of Denmark between 1574 and 1585. At that time, European monarchs were competing to build such castles as symbols of wealth and power.

Frederick Castle

Frederiksborg Castle is located in the center of Hillerod, spanning three islands in the lakes. The oldest part of the castle was built by King Frederik II in 1560 and the castle is named after him. The majority of the current castle was built by Frederik II's son, Christian IV, between 1600 and 1620. It is a Dutch Renaissance-style building with extensive gables and sandstone.

Waldemar Castle

Waldemar Castle, a private mansion, invites you to share infinite surprises and experience countless breathtaking moments. It will leave you mesmerized and with a lasting impression! Explore the castle's imposing walls and ascend the privileged staircase, where history instantly transforms into a splendid spectacle. The elegance of past princes, princesses, barons, and baronesses can still be faintly perceived. Here, sincerity and enthusiasm abound as numerous themed halls and luxurious bedrooms are open to the public without reservation.
In order to resist attacks from the Slavic people, the Danish king built the Nipa Castle at the end of the 12th century. Nipa Castle, the Tårnburg Castle (located near the town of Koso), and the castle on Sprogø Island together form the defensive works of the Great Belt region. Soon, Nipa Castle became an important political site, where many important meetings of the Danish parliament were held. Today, only the west wing and the part of the giant tower facing east have remained.


The elegant Baroque-style castle Fredensborg Castle is often referred to as the Versailles of Denmark. In 1722, Danish King Frederik IV named it Fredensborg Castle to commemorate the end of the Northern Wars, meaning "Place of Peace". The castle is frequently used for important family events of the Danish royal family, such as wedding banquets, wedding anniversary celebrations, birthday parties, etc. National leaders from around the world are also invited to the castle for state visits.
Christiansborg Palace was originally built between 1773 and 1775. King Christian VI built this magnificent, grand, and comfortable new palace on the site of the old royal palace (Copenhagen Palace). As it served as the sleeping palace for King Christian VI, it was named Christiansborg Palace. Christiansborg Palace features the Rococo architectural style of the eighteenth century in Europe. Since 1849, Christiansborg Palace has been used as a meeting place for the Parliament.

Hamelin Palace

Amalienborg Palace, built in the 18th century, is considered one of the greatest Rococo-style architecture in Denmark. The palace consists of four identical buildings, namely Christian VII's Palace (also known as Moltke's Palace), Christian VIII's Palace (also known as Levetzau's Palace), Frederik VIII's Palace (also known as Brockdorff's Palace), and Christian IX's Palace (also known as Schack's Palace), arranged around an octagonal courtyard.

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