One of the most well-preserved Renaissance water castles in Europe is one of the favorite attractions of the trip to Denmark. It is said that in order to build a tamped pile foundation, he used a whole forest of oak trees.
Egeskov Slot is located in the southern part of Funen, the second largest island in Denmark. Built in 1554, it is the best-preserved Renaissance-style waterside castle in Europe. It takes 2.5 kilometers to reach the castle from Kværndrup station. The entrance fee to the castle is really expensive. Tickets for one student and one student cost RMB 400.
This is a very beautiful medieval castle building and a very beautiful collection, you can see the inside of the castle. It also contains a beautiful park, be sure to visit the cars stored in the attic. Many unsaved cars, some for children, a maze and more. If you are late, know that the restaurant closes at 17 o'clock!
The Eesko Castle in Odense is the most famous attraction here. This castle originally belonged to the Danish royal family. Although it is not very big, it is very delicate and has the style of standard Danish architecture. The garden around him is very quiet, the interior decoration is also extremely luxurious, and there are many works and paintings of world famous artists, it is definitely worth visiting.
The maze of beech trees is confusing and interesting; the house of cloud trees, strolling on the sky bridge, is romantic and exciting; Dracula’s crypts are cool and worth exploring; the Segway tour is fast, passionate, and worthwhile.