Elsinore

Kronborg Castle is one of Northern Europe’s most important Renaissance castles and famous the world over for being the scene of Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Kronborg is more fortress than palace. Some of the walls are 6 feet thick. Kronborg Castle in Elsinore visited annually by approximately 200,000 Danish and foreign tourists / visitors and is a […]

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Roskilde

The city is ancient, dating from the Viking Age and is a member of the Most Ancient European Towns Network. Roskilde train station is a major stop between Copenhagen and the regions of Denmark located to its west. With a population of 48,721 the city is an economic centre for the region. Roskilde has a pedestrian street running down the […]

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Malmö og Lund

Malmö is a city just across the Baltic Sea from Copenhagen within Sweden. It is the 2nd largest city in Sweden with more than 270,000 inhabitants. Lund is an university town in Skåne in the southern part of Sweden. Lund is with Sigtuna, the oldest city in present day Sweden. The city was – as the […]

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Copenhagen BAKKEN

“Bakken” the world’s oldest and most fun amusement park, including all transfers and luggage services “only 21 € per person. Family Price offer regardless of age and number of children, only 49 € Departure from the ship 9:45 to 10:15 every day, Departure from BAKKEN at 15:00 to the ships including DFDS, city / hotels […]

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