There are interesting castles and palaces in Denmark but these are in my top list. First, because of the intricate architecture and the depiction of the old days. The castles will probably not only wow you in the outside, wait till you see what’s on the inside. Second, the palaces has many glittering; magnificent and lavish things. And third, it has many interesting stories which reflects history not only of Denmark but of Europe.
A castle is built for protection while palace is for showcasing wealth. It is very visible when you visit a castle here in Denmark that it is surrounded by a body of water to protect the place. On the other hand, when one enter a palace you’ll be amazed of the luxuriance.
Address: Egeskov Gade 18, 5772 Kværndrup
A 460 years old castle in the South of Funen with a 20 hectares park filled with entertainment for both kids and adults. The castle has 66 rooms, 6 bathrooms, and 171 doors. I guess the most interesting thing of all in the palace is the Titania’s palace, a doll house – every little girls wish.
Address: Øster Voldgade 4A, 1350 København
Opened to the public as a museum in 1838, housing the oldest, finest and lavished objects of Christian IV.
Remember: There are barcodes in every object you see inside you can scan with your smart phone. It will link you to detailed information about it and videos.
Address: Amalienborg 1257 København K
Home of the Danish royal family, constructed in the 1700’s.
Address: Kronborg 2C, 3000 Helsingør
A unique renaissance castle in Hillerød with superb architecture and craftsmanship, this is my favorit of all. This castle house the museum of National History since 1878.