It’s been a busy week, and I had to stop pressing daily (at least for the past week). Glad to be back in action again today (although I am feeling a bit off beat).
Spent a day to chase castles in Copenhagen (or shall I say Greater Copenhagen?). Thanks to the advice from the information centre, I managed to visit Frederiksborg Slot, Kronborg and Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in one day. In that order, I took a morning train to Hillerod then Helsingor then Humlebaek, and a night train back to Copenhagen.
Chasing castles can be quite overwhelming (maybe because I wanted to cover them all on the way) – here’s part 1!
Copenhagen Card Guide 2012/2013: Frederiksborg is a royal renaissance castle, built in the 17th century by Christian IV. The castle houses an impressive chapel with the coats of arms of Knights of the Elephant and Knights of the Grand Cross, Riddersal (Great Hall) and Audienssal (Audience Chamber).
Time to catch up on some sleep before I press about Kronborg, Hamlet’s castle… Till then…