Sankt Olai Kirke
Surrounded by lime trees, Sankt Olai Kirke is a handsome red-brick Gothic cathedral built in 1559. Unusual features include an...
<p> The monstrous military bulk of Kronborg Slot is a Unesco World Heritage Site, and top of the town’s sightseeing list. Despite...
Danmarks Tekniske Museum
Southwest of the centre on an industrial estate, Danmarks Tekniske Museum displays innovative technological inventions from the late...
A pub-like atmosphere with everything from burgers and salads to traditional Danish fare, including some good-value specials. There’s...
Lonely Planet review
Sankt Mariæ Kirke is attached to one of Scandinavia’s best-preserved medieval monasteries, Karmeliterklostret , a soothing place of red brick and whitewash. Christian II’s mistress, Dyveke (c 1490–1517), is thought to have been buried here.