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Jægerborg Dyrehave

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Jægerborg Dyrehave

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Sunshine791531 wrote a review Apr 2020
Gentofte, Denmark4 contributions
Its located in north of Copenhagen in a quiet peaceful countryside. It's a very amazing place specially for those who love nature and antique. The trees are more than 100 years old and even if they fall from age no one will touch them. There are around 2000 deers, you can see them when they fight or run. There is also old castle which is left untouched for 350 years. Generally it's amazing place I every see in copenhagen.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Jesús Á. González wrote a review Dec 2019
Granada, Spain82 contributions55 helpful votes
This park has history and nature as well. It's a long walking, about 4 hours if you are taking photos and seeing the details. It has about 4 main ways but you can use alternative ways inside the park. I'm not sure how big it is but we walked ~20km ! Next to the royal hunting house, there is a big area with deers (it's an open space with about 2000 savage and free deers). If you like the nature, the trees, big forests, and green places, this worths the value. It's free. Very clean and with some relaxing areas in the middle with a restaurant and toilets, etc. Near to some train stations in its corners, so you can start in one side and finishing on the train on the opposite side of the park as we did. Great park!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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springbank wrote a review Oct 2019
Greve, Denmark3,625 contributions2,433 helpful votes
Dyrehaven is only a 20-minute train ride from the centre of Copenhagen. The history of The Deer Park goes all the way back to 1669, where the Danish King decided to fence some part of the forest and let deer live freely. His intention was to use the park for hurting purposes. More than 2000 deer are living freely within the park and can be seen all over the park. The wild deer are habituated to people, so it is possible see them at a very short distance, which gives a very unique opportunity to take great photos and in general get a nice experience. Dyrehaven was recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site as part of the par force landscape that was once used for hunting by the Danish royalty. While you're strolling around the park, make sure to pass by The Hermitage, Erinitage Slottet, the King's stunning hunting lodge in the heart of the park. On Wednesdays you can drive by car all the way to the castle.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Andy A wrote a review Sep 2019
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Went to see the deer at Dyrehave which is a hunting lodge used by the kings in days gone by. Parking everywhere has fees in Denmark. Thought we parked at a restaurant, but even there a fee is required. Often it was difficult to see where one would pay the fee. Received a parking ticket. It was for a bit more than $75.00! The park was very pretty with numerous trails. We saw several grouping of exotic deer just a few minutes into the park. Exotic for the United States anyway. Nice short visit... except for the ticket. Oh, on the Dryhave property is the oldest Amusement Park in the world. Called Bakken. It connects to the park and the GoogleMaps sends you to park there. We didn't tour this however because we didn't have any interest.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Savitha NK wrote a review Aug 2019
Bengaluru, India90 contributions20 helpful votes
Lot of trees and deer to spot as you walk around. Kids did take the horse carriage ride which was short and nice. There is a small amusement park too, however we preferred to walk around and spend the time in nature.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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