M44***33It is definitely a place that can only be reached by free travel, and introduces the process of Danish national development. The original versions of various ancient houses moved here, showing the simple folk customs, and also a good place to interact and experience history!
D33***27The second oldest city amusement park in the world, it is worth checking out to enjoy the gardens, music and take in the lively atmosphere. It opens till late and you need to get tickets (Note: be mindful that Tivoli closes at certain times of the year)
闲云野鹤xcFrederick Castle was originally the manor of the nobleman Hillerholm. Later, it was favored by King Frederick II of Denmark. It became a royal residence in 1560 and was renamed Frederick Castle. The entire castle is magnificent and looks like a luxurious palace. There are 60 halls in it. It adopts the architectural style of the Dutch Renaissance. It is the most prominent Renaissance-style building in Northern Europe. It is known as "The Palace of Versailles in Denmark". Also called "Crystal Palace".