We took a coach to visit the Frederiksberg, a castle that was once almost abandoned because it was so dated and damaged, but then later rebuilt to its original scale and honor. The drive to the castle can be the freeway route or the beach route. We saw both to and from the castle. Upon arrival, my eyes were immediately drawn to the moat and the sweeping landscape behind the castle. Inside, the artwork in the church and the decoration within the main hall, plus the displays in each of the rooms allowed us to understand the cultural background of Denmark, how they love their queen, and how they take pride in their history and culture. The fact that this is a castle, there is one entrance and one exit. I realized that after two hours, I was getting a bit of claustrophobic and needed to leave. We had to take the same winding staircase down three levels to go down. If you use a walker or have difficulty walking, you may want to stay on the exterior of the castle. The moat and the grass area behind the castle was absolutely stunning. I personally would go back to Denmark just to see this castle again. One cannot expect to see the castle and all it has to offer in one day. There was an admission charge. I believe it translated into about $20 USD.
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