With its ancient solitary oak trees, large plains roamed by herds of deer, views over the Sound, woodland and subglacial stream trenches, Jægersborg Dyrehave is a piece of primeval Danish countryside, which has been left practically untouched for 350 years. The trees are allowed to stand until they…
July 8, 2020
Tak a half or full day hike/trip to the huge nature reserve Dyrehaven (The Deer Park). In the green woods and plains of Dyrehaven you will find plenty of wild life (such as ...deers), the renaissance hunting castle Eremitageslottet (the Hermitage) and the world’s oldest amusement park, Bakken.
July 16, 2020
Dyrehaven (close to Dyrehavsbakken) A great place to go for a walk in some awesome Danish nature and to see 100s of wild deer. Visit Eremitage slottet (Eremitage Castle)
Katrine & Martin
July 16, 2020
This amazing forest with seas, hills, the beautiful Eremitageslottet in the middle.
August 9, 2020
Nice place for walking
October 24, 2019
This extensive green area is near our house and it’s the perfect place to get to know Danish wildlife and spend quality time. The oldest amusement park called Bakken is also there.
“The reputation is well-earned. It is a Copenhagen cliché, but don’t let that turn you off the world’s second oldest theme park. You’ll find a whole host of rides and traditional games, plus live theatre and a beautiful Japanese garden.”
“The Danish National Gallery. A wonderful and magnificent museum for 700 years of art. From old italian renaissance art to the French modern or european contemporary. The museum is close to the metrostation called " Nørreport". The museum has a lovely cafe as well called " Kafeteria".”