Strandvejsristeriet - coffee shop
Enjoy a cup of freshly ground roasted coffee on the grounds of Kronborg Castle at North Zealand’s first micro-roastery, cafe and shop.
Let’s say that you have one day to experience Elsinore, To get a good taste of the local cultural history and at the same time get something good to eat and drink.
But where should you start and end? We have put together a full day in Helsingør from morning to evening, actually all the way
Coffee, Kronborg and a good lunch
We recommend kickstarting the day with a good gourmet coffee and then a trip to one of Elsinore’s major cultural and historical attractions, Kronborg. And before the day continues, a delicious lunch at Kadetten in historical surroundings
The Second Ltnant School, the place where cadets were given stripes on their shoulders when they became officers - And where the cadets today make sure all guests get an experience that moves them. Both for their taste buds, service perception and historical insight into the unique setting...
City walks, bakeries and speciality shops
After lunch its time to get moving again. What about a self-guided city walk, a pit stop at a bakery and a look into one of Elsinore's many specialty shops.
Elsinore Walk is a stroll through the town that has become world-famous for UNESCO Kronborg Castle and Shakespeare’s play Hamlet.The self-guided town walk ‘Elsinore Walk’ is a unique walk through Elsinore's historical development. The route takes you through the town’s heyday with the So...
Elsinore's beautiful and historic surroundings provide the setting for many original specialty shops. Try delicious cheeses and delicacies at Lynhjelm's successors Ole Jensen, look at exciting kilim rugs in impressive patterns at Mutte Storm, find just the right home interior at Witzkes De...
Food, music and accommodation
After a long day full of experiences, there is nothing better than to sit down at a table and enjoy a good meal, but if you're not entirely done, we suggest a trip to the cultural yard and get a hands-on experience there. And get some shut-eye in an architectural time warp.
Kristian von Hornsleth has decorated the grand piano. Asger Jorn’s paintings are hanging in the corridors. When you book a room or a conference at Konventum, you also book access to the art collection of more than 1,000 art works decorating the trade union movement’s architecture at the ho...
That’s what a day in Elsinore could look like, but it’s only one of many opportunities. Take a look at our other inspiring guides, which you, of course, can mismatch the way you like, so you get your own tailored trip through Elsinore.