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On a hilltop in Dyrehaven (The Deer Park) lies Christian VI’s Baroque masterpiece, the Hermitage Royal Hunting Lodge. The Hermitage, which was completed in 1736, was a place that the king would use as a place of respite after a strenuous hunt, and...more
The palace is located in Dyrehaven, a wonderful, centuries old woods, Danish kings par force hunting area. Dyrehaven has recently been nominated Unesco World Heritage place. The palace itself , recently thoroughly renovated is open for guided tours only in summer months.
I enjoyed it so much.It is so big and lots of grounds,ints nice to go cycling in this park and you can maybye get to see lots of deers.I got lucky and saw hundreds and hundreds of the moving to the other side of the...More
The Hermitage, set in the deer park, was the King's ornate hunting lodge. Elaborate dinners were held at the lodge and there was once an elevator table (long gone) that was used to deliver a fully set table so that the diners could speak in...More
This is a nice hunting lodge used by Danish Royalty in the past. It has been used as a location for several movies. The Deer park around it is a great place to go for a picnic, a walk, hike, ride a bike or a...More
It is best if at all possible to cycle here, although from the centre one could go to Klambenborg by rail and thence walk. The whole deer park is a delight. This delightful building is situated in a commanding position, with the sea visible on...More
10 km from central town in the center of UNESCO parforce hunting forest with great views of almost African savanna fields with large herds of dear, and spectacular view of the ocean at the same time. The setting of the castle is the key rather...More
This building, only just opened to the public after a long restoration, was used in the film A Royal Affair. The restoration is brilliant, bringing the building back to its heyday. We took a tour in Danish, having Danish companions, but the excellent guide helped...More