Tag Archives: DK – Kronborg Castle

Hamlet in Elsinor — A fantastic experience; Elaine Warner; Edmond Sun

To see or not to see – that was the question. Husband Jack, daughter Zoe and Elaine Warner were comfortably ensconced in Copenhagen – their last city to visit in Scandinavia…

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The 10 Most Amazing Renaissance Buildings That Are Still Standing; Valorie Clark; Travel

The Renaissance may have ended in the 17th century, but remnants of that age remain to this day in the form of castles and buildings.

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10 destinations for a family holiday inspired by Shakespeare; Sarah Rodrigues; Telegraph

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Denmark’s Most Famous Castle: Kronborg; Susmita Sengupta GoNOMAD Travel

Kronborg Castle in Helsingor is the most famous castle in Denmark, and was immortalized by Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Touring the castle and the surrounding town, and taking a coffee break in the fine restaurant at the castle.

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Step Into a Piece of Shakespeare’s World with a Signature Experience in Copenhagen; Daniel; Holland America Blog

Denmark – Kronborg Castle

Copenhagen is a can’t-miss destination when exploring the Baltic Sea on a cruise with Holland America Line. The city’s old cobbled streets, brightly colored harbor and the tower- and turret-dotted skyline lend a fairy-tale charm that make Denmark’s capital one of the easiest European cities to love.

For the 2018 season, Holland America is providing guests with an exclusive opportunity to be enthralled in a piece of Danish history with the Copenhagen Signature Experience: A Night at Kronborg Castle. Our new signature Experiences, like the one at Copenhagen, give guests a couple of extra days before the cruise to get to know some of the world’s most beloved cities more intimately.

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kronborg Castle is a Renaissance masterpiece and has been immortalized by one phrase: “To be, or not to be…”.

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