With Frederiksborg Castle as a historical landmark, immediate access to Denmark's second largest forest, Gribskov, and a thriving trading life in the centre, Hillerød is the ideal starting point for combining culture, nature experiences and shopping. Discover 500 years of Denmark's history at Frederiksborg Castle and take the bicycle to the UNESCO World Heritage Par Force Hunting Landscape. Be tempted by the many exciting shops, cafes and restaurants and sleep like royalty in Hillerød - right in the middle of North Sealand.
Picturesquely located on the banks of the castle lake lies Frederiksborg Castle and Castle Garden. This unique Renaissance castle was built by Christian 4
A magnificent example of landscaping and gardening, built on four terraces which descend downwards towards the castle lake. Beautiful and worth a visit all year round.
The Par Force Hunting Landscape is modeled after Versailles and is today a unique European landscape design and UNESCO World Heritage Landscape.
The Par Force bicycle route takes you through Gribskov forest and introduces you to the areas that make the forest UNESCO world heritage.
The Par Force Bicycle Route 110 guides you through The Great Deer Park (Store Dyrehave) and introduces you to some of the areas and things that make the forest and roads UNESCO world heritage.
Explore the UNESCO world heritage landscape of Gribskov forest. Gribskov is one of the largest forests in Denmark.
There are many shops in Hillerød - but you will find most of them along the main pedestrian street between the castle and train station.
Take a tour of the beautiful Slotssø in Hillerød - and came close to Christian IV's magnificent Renaissance castle from the sea. A tour takes about a half hour and you can get off at three locations.
Tours of Frederiksborg Slot, sailing on the castle lake and exciting exhibitions and concerts.
The magnificent church, imagined and built as the royal family's private church survived the disastrous fire in 1859, and the authentic interior can, therefore, still be experienced today.
The museum and the ruins of Æbelholt Abbey are located five kilometres west of Hillerød. At the museum are the excavated ruins of what was the largest Augustinian monastery in the Middle Ages.
Royal North Sealand is for children as well! In the old days it was the playground of the Kings - today all children can try lots of fun things and activities, making the holiday a success at any time of year.
Royal North Sealand is full of fantastic bicycling experiences - and it is as easy as just jumping on your bike and pedalling away into the serene sunset
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