Right next to the Hamlet Palace, the best location for the view from the ferry in the heart of the river, whether it is cloudy or sunny, is the center of the city. It is also a Protestant church. The interior is relatively simple and it is not popular to visit.
St. Olaf’s Church can be regarded as a landmark of Helsingor. You can see it as soon as you leave the train station. The tall green spire is very eye-catching. It is also called Helsingor Cathedral. Its predecessor has a history dating back to 1200. Around the year, the existing church was completed in 1559. The location is not far from the railway station, so you can drop by.
The church in this small town is near the canal and looks like a beautiful scenery from a distance.
St. Olaf's church, solemn. Beautiful and generous.
It is the only Gothic building that has been preserved during the time of King Eric I of Denmark. It has a long history, prominent spire, personality and beautiful appearance. It’s not too far from the train station, if you’re interested, you can come and visit
It is the tallest and most conspicuous building in Helsingor, and the spire can be seen from any direction in the city. Surrounded by linden trees, the church is a beautiful red brick Gothic cathedral built in 1559.