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Hamlet’s castle: Kronborg Slot, Helsingør, Denmark

9 Responses to “Hamlet’s castle: Kronborg Slot, Helsingør, Denmark”

    • fotoeins

      Hi! How long were you in Denmark? Where did you visit? Did you also say hi to the ghost of Hamlet in Kronborg Castle? I only managed to visit Copenhagen, and while expensive, it’s a great place to visit, although I lean a little more towards Stockholm because of my visit there the week before.

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    • angloadventure

      I was there for about 8 days. I went to Copenhagen, Odense, and Namo, Sweden. I didn’t get into the castle though I did walk the grounds. Went to the Louisiana instead. Loved Copenhagen.

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    • fotoeins

      Hi! What were your favourite highlights from your 8 days? In a way, my all-too-brief visits to Stockholm and Copenhagen served as “appetizers”. There’s a lot to both countries I’d like to see, and I definitely would include those two cities again.

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    • angloadventure

      -The Louisiana Art Museum
      -Han’s Christen Anderson’s House/Odense in general was cool. Try to make it to one of the islands.
      -the Torso in Malmo is kind of cool and there’s a beach within walking distance. Plus, we wandered into a really good gelato place.
      -Kronberg Castle
      -The canals. Super pretty.
      -I would say to avoid LegoLand. It took way too long to get there and only makes sense if you really, really like legos.
      Elsinore.
      -The Opera House in Copenhagen
      -I had drinks at the library. It’s a super cool looking bar with floor to ceiling books.

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    • fotoeins

      Wow, that’s really cool. I regret not going to Malmö, even though I’d already heard good stories from a friend who spent months there; I attribute my not going as a “brain cramp”. I hadn’t expected a detailed response, but you went all out – thanks for listing your highlights! 🙂

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