Cruise Calls 2016
PORT HUNDESTED :
Date: 08.05 at 8am-5pm: Ship unknown
Date: 18.05 at 9am-8pm: SAGA PEARL II Saga Cruise Line (UK)
Date: 03.08 at 8am-3.30pm:BRAEMAR Fred. Olsen Cruise Line
PORT HELSINGØR (ELSINORE):
Date: 05.06 at 7am-4pm: DEUTSCHLAND Phoenix Reisen
So where does Hamlet fit into the picture?
FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions - about Elsinore (Helsingor).
North Sealand was for many years “the playground” of the Danish kings. Therefore you will find some beautiful castles.
1. Frederiksborg Castle, built in magnificent Renaissance style with a touch of baroque.
2. The Royal Family’s summer residence Fredensborg Castle attractively located in the middle of a lovely park, surrounded by the idyllic Esrum Lake.
We will show you the key attractions and historical sites and share the most famous stories as well as lesser-known facts about Helsingor (Elsinore).
Follow the sloping bridges down to an underground maritime world. The new Maritime Museum of Denmark is built around the old dry dock of the former Elsinore Shipyard in front of Hamlet's Castle Kronborg.
It is designed by the internationally renowned architecture company BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group). The exhibitions are developed in collaboration with the Dutch exhibition designers Kossmann.dejong.
The setting of Shakespeare’s famous “Hamlet”. Renaissance castle Kronborg hosts “Holger Danske” in the underground casemates, a large Viking sculpture, said to come alive whenever Denmark faces danger.
There are few sites in the world where so much drama and history are gathered in one place. Here the cannon-surrounded fortress on the Danish coast merges with the luxurious Renaissance castle without its equal in northern Europe.
Based at one of North Sealand’s beautiful seaside hotels or wellness hotels, a Dessert Weekend can be put together just as you and your girlfriends want it.
Remember the days when you used to cycle to concerts and the beach in the summer? Not only did you get some exercise, but new sensory experiences, too. Goodbye packing, equipment and gruelling ordeals. Hello, 3 or 4-day trips from experience to experience.
Royal North Sealand’s romantic backdrop gives you peace, intimacy, sensuality - just what you need to make your stay really special.
The “My castle, my retreat” route takes you past all the must-sees in the area. You will come face to face with the cultural heritage of the area as you learn all about the dramatic history of its castles. You will be seduced by modern art and culture of high quality, and visit architectural gems that contain the very soul of the best in Danish architecture.
When Danes are newly in love and want to show each other that their feelings are sincere and heartfelt, they often visit the museum Louisiana together.
By inviting your chosen one to Louisiana, you show that you are really serious, that you are a cultured person, and that you have the ambition to achieve the best in life. Louisiana sets a high standard. But it is also versatile; most can be a part of it if they exert themselves.
Set off on a “back to basics” trip and taste true Nordic cooking. Many of the ingredients used in Nordic cuisine can be found on the beaches and in the forests of Royal North Sealand. Birch Syrup, sea buckthorn berries and wild garlic capers are just some of the delicacies the area has to offer.
The evenings are still long and light, the temperature warm, and calm has once again descended, now that most of the tourists have returned to their everyday lives. Throughout history, North Sealand has been a royal retreat and playground with time for pampering. And the retreat and pampering are still here today!
A walking holiday is the perfect opportunity to allow yourself the time to take stock, to find a balance, time to take a break, slow things right down and enjoy things for what they really are.
The kids are ready to go with their rubber rings, buckets and spades, swimming costumes, towels and sunhats. The sun is shining – there’s no time to waste! You stroll along the beach, while the kids have already found their favourite dune. Sand between your toes and fingers, and then a sandcastle.
• Fredensborg Vandrerhjem (Danhostel Fredensborg) is a good, family-friendly hostel, centrally located near the spring and autumn residence of the Danish Royal Family.
However, most cultural institutions are created by adults for adults. So, children and culture are not always a match made in heaven. School visits are one thing. Then the emphasis is on the teaching. But it’s another thing when kids visit in their spare time. Then they no longer want to be taught, but to play and have fun. And playing and having fun can absolutely be combined with experiencing and gaining new insights and knowledge.
The Children’s Wing at Louisiana