Rosenborg Castle is an early 17th-century castle situated in Copenhagen, Denmark. Built-in 1606 on the orders of Christian IV and originally used as a summer house, the Dutch Renaissance castle is now the home of the Danish royal families Crown Jules. The interior is as impressive as the exterior, you can really get a feel of the history of the building when you enter the building and its Knights Hall is seen as one of the main attractions for sightseers with thrones and silver life-sized lions on display.
The best way to get there is by using public transport, ‘Nørreport Station’ is situated close by which is accessible by both trains and the local metro system. The other option is to get the bus, the 14, 42, 43, 184, 185, 5A, 6A, 173E, 150S and 350S all travel close to the castle.
Opening Times and Admission
The palace is open and welcomes visitors in for a look around and helps people gain knowledge of the building and the royal importance it once held and still does hold. Tickets are priced at 100DKK for adults and are free for people under the age of 18.