The majestic Castle of Egeskov in Denmark

If you’re looking for a nice destination for next summer and a good excuse for a trip in northern Europe then go for castles in Denmark. So here is a starting point to begin tracking the path of the tour. First you are to visit the majestic Egeskov castle with pointed spiers and reddish walls that are reflected in the waters of a small lake.

Egeskov Castle Garden

Egeskov Castle Garden

Egeskov Castle Lake

Egeskov Castle Lake

The Egeskov Castle is located not far from Kværndrup on the island of Fyn. The building is surrounded by water, the gardens are sorted with patterns and the meadows are green filled with flowers. Among the things to see inside the structure are the Titania’s Palace, the home of the world’s most beautiful dolls, the hunting room, the yellow room and the tower.

Egeskov Castle Garden Patterns

Egeskov Castle Garden Patterns

Egeskov Castle Greenery

Egeskov Castle Greenery

Until the end of June the castle is open from 10 to 17. In July and mid August it will be open from 10 to 19 and then up to 18. A great opportunity to visit is at night so you can catch it on 10, 17, 24 and 31 of July as well as August 7 when the gates will be closed at 23. The full ticket, park, gardens and castle costs 28 euro per person.

Egeskov Castle Path

Egeskov Castle Path

Egeskov Castle Mini river

Egeskov Castle Mini river

While in Denmark you may also want to see: Holidays in Copenhagen on two wheels.

Egeskov Castle photos: pixelviking, kjaer.hansen, maturana.

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