Descubra os mistérios por trás dos castelos de conto de fadas de Copenhague em uma excursão de um dia pela Zelândia do Norte, uma bela região nos arredores da capital dinamarquesa. Com um guia, visite o Castelo de Kronborg, um castelo que ficou famoso como cenário do 'Hamlet' de Shakespeare e mergulhe na intrigante história da fortaleza. Em seguida, admire a arquitetura do Palácio Fredensborg, residência da família real dinamarquesa e o antigo Castelo Frederiksborg.
Excelente excursão! Os castelos são magníficos, sobretudo o Frederiksborg, e o trajeto de Copenhagen até eles é muito bonito, com vários trechos pela costa dinamarquesa. Pena o Fredensborg não ser aberto à visitação. Nosso passeio foi realizado em um belo dia de sol na primavera/2017. Nota 10, inclusive para a pontualidade, conforto do ônibus e para o nosso guia. Parabéns!
This tour was very educational and friendly. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and the sandwiches for lunch from the local street market were the best. Great time seeing the coastline, the castles and coutryside.
Our guide, Jana, was very well-prepared, considering this was her first tour to the Hamlet Castle. She had some fascinating history to share! My one suggestion is to allow for some more time at the two castles we toured, and to skip the photo stop at the third. It would have been nice to pick up a couple souvenirs at the shops, but we were somewhat rushed to depart on time.
The tour included visits to 2 castles and a photo stop at 1. The tour guide and driver were very nice and the commentary both on the bus and at the site was very good. The tour was however a little rushed as there were 3 stops to make. It would be better if the tour started just a half an hour early and it would not be as rushed. Once the tour of one castle was over we were then rushed back to the bus. It would be nice if we had even fifteen minutes to half an hour to wander around the grounds for ourselves. As for the tour of the village that inspired Hamlet, it was literally a drive by. Also, given how tight the schedule was, we were provided a menu to order sandwiches from and you got to eat them on the bus as they drove you from one castle to another. There is no lunch stop. Although the sandwiches were good and reasonably priced there was not much variety. If we had known, we would have brought our own lunch. Overall I would recommend the tour.