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Holiday in Nordsjælland

North Zealand (Nordsjælland in Danish) is the top most part of the island of Zealand north of Copenhagen, and is home to the spectacular Danish Riviera. The area has a history that dates back to the 13th century which can be appreciated when viewing one of the three royal castles. In addition to this, the area has a number of deep woodlands, lakes and sandy beaches. There is a lot to see and do which is why it's perhaps the most popular tourist spot Denmark has to offer.

Accommodation in North Zealand

There are a huge range of options for couples, families and single folks looking to spend some time in North Zealand.

Top Attractions in North Zealand:-

Kronberg Castle

One of the best-known castles in Europe, Kronberg is known to many people as Elsinore, which was the name given to it by William Shakespeare in the classic play Hamlet. The castle was built in the 15th century and had a major role in terms of coastal warfare because it held command over one of the outlets of the Baltic Sea. The castle wasn't just the main location of Shakespeare's Hamlet. According to legend, it is also the final resting place of Holger the Dane, who was supposedly captured by Morgan Le Fay of Arthurian myth. Holger was supposedly taken from the castle but later returned, and a statue of the great Danish hero lies in Kronberg as well.

Øresund Aquarium

A small sea water aquarium that is part of the University of Copenhagen, Øresund Aquarium was built in 1973 and has grown to a point that it draws about 50,000 tourists every year. Students of biology and bioinformatics from the university as well as staff members get in for free, but the price is also reasonable for travelers who want to see what the aquarium has to offer for the first time. The aquarium is fitted with state of the art water filtration systems and other modern technology that ensures that the animals are able to live in complete comfort. Those who are interested in seeing some of the wonders of the Baltic Sea and beyond will get their money's worth here.

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art

A fairly small art museum that lies on the shore of Øresund Sound, the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art is one of the 100 most visited art museums in the world and is marked down as one of the 1,000 places that you need to visit before you die by author Patricia Schultz. The museum features art from the World War II erea up to the modern day and has much more modern art than most people would expect given the size of the establishment.

North Zealand is a historical area that features some of Denmark's most famous landmarks and museums. It is also a great place to visit for those who want to be within a short trip to Copenhagen without having to deal with the traffic of the larger city. Like most places in Denmark, this is an area where anybody can find some happiness.

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