While in Denmark, there wasn’t a day that was dull. Why would it be? The city teems with beauty in every corner in every way as the lush green nature magically enthralls you.
Having cycled my way in Roskilde covering the offbeat places, I headed out for a day trip to Frederiksborg Castle at Hillerød.
The castle was built as a royal residence and as of today is open to public as Danish museum of National history.
This is how I started my trip while waiting for the bus at the stop. As I said, not a dull moment.
The first click
After speeding past through the refreshing landscapes, I finally reached Hillerød, the destination for the day. I walked into the streets and right before I entered the castle, I was welcomed with the following views
Beside the entrance of Frederiksborg Castle
I love the blending colors, green, blue, and the sky. Though, I would have preferred a bright sky.
The castle stands at the lake that’s adjoined by a large baroque garden. It would be ideal to reach here and spend more than few hours to take in the beauty of this garden and spending an hour or more in the castle, learning the history and going through the rooms.
Before, I add anything, let’s take a look at the castle, that had become the largest renaissance residence in Scandinavia.
I had spent more time wandering aimlessly in the large baroque garden. The dark clouds meanwhile decided to sprinkle a little more of joy and after that I continued to yet again wander through the lush greenery.
Love is everywhere. You just have to look for it 😛
I then happened to meet two beautiful dogs and after playing around with them a little, the owner told me that to the left, a little further, was a very tiny bridge but overlooked the castle and the other side was bath house hunting lodge.
I was mesmerized and these are those captures:
Later, I frittered away my time with the ducks around and taking another tour of the entire garden before bidding farewell to the serene greenery.
Ideally, you should indeed spend your time here and not rush through for it will take a while for the beauty to sink in.
I am hopeful, you liked the day trip here. Let me know your views. I will be back soon with a city tour of Copenhagen. Until then, keep shooting, writing, clicking, and doing everything you are passionate about.
Before signing off, another one click with full view of Frederiksborg Castle along with baroque garden.
(All the photos have been taken by me. copyright: nomadwrites.com)