There are lots of lovely places to spend your holiday in Royal North Sealand. Cosy harbour towns and villages, full of authenticity, bigger cities with wonderful shops all spiced with exciting attractions and experiences.
A cornucopia of history, sights and authenticity with the old town and the UNESCO nominated Kronborg Castle as centrepieces guarding the entrance to the Sound.
Hillerød lies right in the heart of North Sealand and was once the home of the absolutist Kings - Now it is the home of a magnificent renaissance castle and lovely shopping street.
Hundested - The town between sea and fjord. Here you find a lovely harbour buzzing with activity and the polar explorer Knud Rasmussen's House
From cannons to idyllic canals - Frederiksværk once produced canons at the old gun works, but now you find a lovely town along the old canal.
Gilleleje has been a fishing village and pirate town - now the wars against Sweden have stopped, but the town has retained its life and quaintness with activities year-round.
The ideal spot for relaxing and activities - Hornbæk was the first vacation town in Denmark and it still is one of the most popular and places to holiday, with beaches and wellness at its core.
Fredensborg town is as lovely as it gets - The town is named after the palace where the Queen still spends much of her time. The name Fredensborg literally means the palace of peace.
The town is the home of the world-famous museum of Modern Art as well as the Nivaagaard picture collection. In town, you also find a small shopping street and a harbour with a nice beach.
Delights for all the senses - Broad beaches, a holy spring, beautiful child-friendly sandy beaches and rock music in the open air. Tisvilde on the Danish Riviera has something for everyone.
Soothing balm for the holiday soul - With a kiddie park, nature playground and child-friendly beach it is especially suited for families and is, therefore, a real holiday gem.