Restaurants & Cafés in Hørsholm
Selected restaurants and cafés in Hørsholm, Rungsted and Kokkedal. Dine at Rungsted Harbour amid the refreshing sea air and blue skies, or savour the tranquillity of an inn in Kokkedal. The possibilities are endless.
Hørsholm sets the stage for the good life on the Øresund Coast, with three golf clubs, a first-class harbour and gorgeous castle hotels. And the city also boasts an exciting history.
Originally, this area was home to the splendid castle Hirschholm, known as the Versailles of the North. The town grew up around the castle, from which the name Hørsholm was derived. When you walk in the Castle Garden, you’ll need to use your imagination, because the castle was demolished in the wake of the scandalous affair between Struensee and Queen Caroline Mathilde in the 1770s. Now the garden is a lovely recreation area, with Hørsholm Church as the only building.
Hørsholm city centre boasts an active, urban vibe with modern pedestrianised streets, interesting shops, cafés and eateries. In Kulturhuset Trommen you can see concerts, theatre and talks, go to the cinema and use the library.
The Karen Blixen Museum along Rungsted Coast is a major attraction, but the Arboretum, Rungstedlund garden and bird sanctuary and the Museum of Hørsholm are also well worth a visit.
Visit Karen Blixen’s childhood home at Rungstedlund to gain an understanding of her life and work.
Harbour life, great food and amazing atmosphere in Hørsholm, Kokkedal and Rungsted. What are you in the mood for? Get inspiration here.
A wide range of accommodations is on offer – in Hørsholm and the surrounding area, they do things with style.
Discover the exciting and interesting experiences you can have in the area here.
A museum with strong talesDive into the fascinating story of the vanished Hirschholm Castle, which has given its name to the town of Hørsholm, originally Hirschholm. And go back to the Stone Age and meet the people who lived in the Nivåfjord area 7,500 years ago.Hirschholm CastleHirsholm...
When you walk in Hørsholm Castle Garden, you will look in vain for the castle. It is torn down. But here once lay the impressive Hirschholm Castle, where Struensee and Queen Caroline Mathilde spent their love summer, later known as the Hirschholm Summer. The place contains a dramatic story...
Kulturhus Trommen is the setting for a wide array of cultural events in Hørsholm.Trommen was designed by Danish architect Knud Munk, and since its inauguration in 1988, it has become a Hørsholm attraction in its own right thanks to its distinctive design and exquisite choice of materials...
3 beautiful golf courses in Hørsholm
Rungsted Golf Club is located in a scenic area with abundant wildlife in the heart of Rungsted.The course is set in varied terrain with many trees, shrubs, lakes and streams - which makes a round a nature experience as well as an exciting golf experience.One of Denmark's most beautiful...
Kokkedal Golf Club was founded in 1971 as the 33rd golf club in Denmark and has over the years developed into a recognized 18 hole golf course both in Denmark and abroad.Winds around Kokkedal CastleThe 6,327 meters from tee 63 offer real challenges for the longest strikers, while the oth...
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Find opening hours at the tourist information, plan your holiday, see the map of the city, how to get around by public transport, read the large holiday magazine for North Sealand, and where to rent a bike? Get answers to these questions and more here.