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Summer residence of the danish royals!

This wonderful, manorial building on a hill overlooking the sea is the summer domicile of the... read more

Reviewed 5 June 2018
enricoBeiWien
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Munchendorf, Austria
IT IS SO OPEN TO EVERYONE

Royal Palace summer home, which everyone is free to walk around and peer into the windows when they... read more

Reviewed 19 July 2017
Jayne J
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Mackay, Australia
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Reviewed 5 June 2018

This wonderful, manorial building on a hill overlooking the sea is the summer domicile of the danish royal family. Its easy to find a parking space nearby in a dead end street from where you can walk around in the open park. Everything very relaxed...More

Thank enricoBeiWien
Reviewed 15 October 2017

We stopped here and walked in to see the summer palace. It looks very nice and must have a great view of the harbor.

Thank N B
Reviewed 13 September 2017 via mobile

When the Queen is not in Aarhus it is possible to walk up to the palace and around in the gardens. Very well maintained and beautiful on a sunny day. There is free parking in the side street.

Thank Lars S
Reviewed 21 August 2017

Fairly "modern" building, erected in 1902 I believe. Lovely house with a beautiful art-park surrounding it. Below is an even greater park, which was fully occupied by running events when we were there.

Thank Pieter S
Reviewed 19 July 2017

Royal Palace summer home, which everyone is free to walk around and peer into the windows when they are not in residence. Found this quite unique. The gardens are worth a look see too.

Thank Jayne J
Reviewed 18 March 2016

I visited the park a sunny day in October. There are many sculptures and several small rooms with flowers or. I can imagine that the park is beautiful in the summer, but it was certainly in the beautiful fall colors too.

Thank MetteD
Reviewed 18 February 2015

Did you know that Marselisborg Slot (e.g. "castle") is the summer home for Denmark's Queen Margarethe? Whenever the queen is NOT is resident, the grounds can be roamed -- the the grounds are large, beautiful, and diverse, with ponds, forested area, flower gardens, statuary and...More

3  Thank Rick E
Reviewed 13 February 2015

This is not a ''real'' castle, but still worth a visit. Its known as the royal family ''summer house'', but they use it around the year now and then. Take a walk in the beautifull garden, enjoy the silence even you are only 5 minutes...More

1  Thank jan o
Reviewed 1 November 2014

Yes, we walked into a castle grounds , something not possible in Many places on earth..and the royal family was not at home..or else this would not be possible . For those who love architecture, this iasomething worth considering.

1  Thank Jamal A
Reviewed 30 September 2014

Except when the royal family is staying there the park is open to the public and invites you for a walk around the lovely park with big old trees, a rose garden etc. There is no access to the palace itself.

1  Thank pisan58
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