The Zealand region is known as Denmark’s Sun Garden and has a lot to offer, especially for groups. There we can offer a wide range of attractions and excursions for all target groups and interests!
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Just 5 minutes away by walk from the completely redesigned and very appealing centre and from the old charming harbour of Køge, a suburb of Copenhagen.
Name patron was the famous Danish admiral, who in a memorable naval battle defeated the Swedish in the Bay of Køge. Hotel Niels Juel is a non-smoking hotel built in a classic storehouse style. All rooms have shower / toilet, hairdryer, flat screen, telephone, Wi-Fi and a minibar. The cosy restaurant “Quintus” with marina view offers Danish as well French-inspired cuisine for every taste. Furthermore, the hotel provides a wine cellar, a bar and a fully equipped nice big party room for great parties.
The location of the hotel is an ideal starting point for trips to Copenhagen, Roskilde and all Zealand.
A visit of the largest renaissance facility in Northern Europe Frederiksborg Castle is certainly a highlight on a trip to Denmark. Build in the 17th century by King Christian IV the moated castle is surrounded by a beautiful landscape park with several baroque gardens. Both the castle and the gardens are unique in their way, both naturally can be visited extensively. Frederiksborg tells and shows 500 years of Danish history portrayed with important portraits, history painting as well as arts and crafts.
The highlights of the castle include the Knight’s Hall, the Knights’ Lounge, the Castle Church, the marble gallery of the royal wing and much more. A walk through the originally reconstructed baroque gardens might not be missing, not only gardening enthusiasts get completely into raptures.
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Roskilde Cathedral is the first gothic dome at all built of brick and has already been completed in 1280.
This circumstance it is thanks to that the cathedral in addition is a very important part of the “European Gothic Brick Route”. Already in the year 985 King Harald Bluetooth built a church the hill, of which no remains more are available. Since 1995, the cathedral has the status of a world heritage site of the UNESCO.
Since already over 1,000 years ago the Danish kings and queens get buried in Roskilde. With approximate 40 royal tombs there is no other place worldwide to find where so many royals are buried as in the cathedral to Roskilde! Because of this, more and more royal mausoleums were added to the whole building and this caused over the time that the shape of the cathedral changed.
In the whole church you can follow the different traces of individual catholic eras. Some the largest and most beautiful frescoes of the whole country are issued here. The many worth seeing royal tombs and funerary chapels reflect the changing architectural styles of eras. So a visit of the cathedral is also a visit through the history of architecture.
Also, very worthwhile is the visit of the museum on the cathedral’s gallery as well as the view from the gallery onto the nave. On Thursdays between June and August you can enjoy free concerts in the cathedral take place, guided tours are on request. One more advantage: every visitor receives a high-quality free guidebook about the cathedral. A visit to the cathedral is simply a must during a trip to Denmark!
Combine that visit with a visit to the remarkable Viking Ship Museum, which is only 300 meters away.
The history of the Danes is inseparable connected with the history of the Vikings. Therefore, a visit to the Viking Ship Museum in Roskilde is a must during a journey to Denmark.
Experience this great highlight very close with your groups! Original Viking ships and the imposing ship collection in the museum’s own harbour are the basis of the extraordinary exhibition. The ships were all together found in 1962 on a former Vikings barrier in the Roskilde Fjord and excavated. The fund includes 5 different types of ships, including one of the largest discovered so far warships from the Viking Age, which together gives a unique impression of the shipbuilding and craftsmanship of the Vikings.
If you like you can feel like a Viking yourself, dress up and slip into the time of the old warhorse, you will have a lot of fun with the props and the replica of a Viking ship. Even sailing trips on the boats are possible. Further temporary special exhibitions round off the offer positive.
In addition, the museum provide its own Museum Island with harbour, boatyard and the “Tunet”, the gathering place of the Vikings. The museum harbour holds the big collection of traditional Scandinavian wooden boats and reconstructed Viking ships who prefers the look of the original ships 1000 years ago. The boatyard gives an impression about craft and boatbuilding culture of the Viking Age. You can visit an active shipyard and not only follow the work of the boat builder but get in action yourself by trying, feeling and smelling with all your senses. You also can lend a hand and try to beat a dew, to carve patterns in wood, to forge the glowing iron or to mint coins. Of course there is a souvenir shop and also for the culinary well-being is taken care of. Special food arrangements let a stay in this attraction become a true experience.
Combine this attraction with a visit to Roskilde cathedral, a world heritage located just a 5 min walk away from the museum.
Christiansborg Castle is one of the only functioning castles in the world that you can still visit. In the Royal Representation Hall, the Queen receives foreign kings, queens and presidents. She also receives the people in the audience, holding gala dinners and signing the country’s new laws. In the Hall of Knights you can experience 1000 years of Danish history woven into 17 colorful tapestries.
Go underground and see the medieval ruins of Absalon’s Castle an d Cope nhagen Castle . Here you can learn more about the island of Slotsholm en , which has been the center of powe r and political intrigue for over 800 years.
The Royal Party Kitchen in the castle’s basement shines with all its copper clothing. The kitchen is decorated exactly as it looked in the 1930s, when Christian 10. was king of Denmark. Join in the preparations for a royal dinner and enjoy the scent of both a roast beef tenderloin, sweet desserts and colorful floral decorations.
Meet the royal family’s beautiful white horses in the Royal Stables. Both the stables, the horses and the carriages are still in use, including the Gold Caret. You can also visit the impressive Castle Church.
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