Denmark 2013

    In 2013, I was invited to a trip to Denmark with some acquaintances of my family. We started our journey by boarding a bus in Hamburg and drove towards our first destination, Faaborg. The village was a charming little place with a beautiful harbor, and we spent some time wandering around and enjoying the local scenery. Afterwards, we headed to the impressive Egeskov Castle, which was a true highlight of our trip. The castle is surrounded by a moat and beautiful gardens, and we spent hours exploring its many rooms and exhibitions.

    Our next stop was Odense, where we visited the City Hall and St. Canute's Cathedral. The town was full of history, and we were fascinated by the many stories and legends that our tour guide shared with us. We then visited the Hesselager Manor near Gudme, which was a stunning example of Danish architecture. We were impressed by the estate's beautiful gardens and the intricate details of its many buildings. Our journey continued over the Great Belt Bridge to Copenhagen, where we visited the famous Opera House, Amalienborg Castle and the Little Mermaid statue. The city was bustling with activity, and we enjoyed the many sights and sounds of the capital. Our next destination was Hillerød, where we visited the magnificent Frederiksborg castle. The castle was a stunning example of Danish Renaissance architecture, and we were amazed by its many ornate details and beautiful artwork. Finally, we visited the Viking Ship Museum in Roskilde, where we learned about the fascinating history of the Vikings and their seafaring culture. We saw many authentic Viking ships and artifacts, and it was a truly unique and enlightening experience. Overall, our trip to Denmark was a wonderful experience full of rich culture, beautiful scenery, and fascinating history. I would highly recommend visiting this beautiful country to anyone looking for a unique and unforgettable travel experience. Enjoy browsing through the gallery I assembled of the trip below.