8 royal castles and palaces that'll awaken your inner monarch
Copenhagen is a royal city, and home to one of the world's oldest monarchies. In and around the city you will find castles, palaces, royal statues and monuments. Here are 8 you should see.
Every day at 12:00 noon you can witness the changing of the Royal Danish Guard. The Guard leaves its barracks at Rosenborg Castle at approximately 11:30 and marches through the city to Amalienborg Palace, residence of the Danish monarch Queen Margrethe 2. But there are many other ways to go royal in and around Copenhagen.
Kronborg Castle - UNESCO World Heritage
Drama-packed Kronborg is one of Northern Europe’s finest Renaissance castles.
Experience 800 years of royal history at the awe-inspiring Christiansborg Palace.
Frederiksborg Castle - 500 Years of Danish History at the Museum of National History
Frederiksborg Castle in Hillerød is a fairy tale-like experience that no children or adults should miss. The beautiful Renaissance castle is built on three small islands in the Castle Lake, where the ...
The former summer palace of King Frederik IV dating to the early 18th century.