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Marselisborg Palace, Aarhus
(4/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • Unfortunately, we were only one day in Aarhus and it rained the most of the time. Nevertheless we wanted to look at the summer residence of the Danish Royal family. It was absolutely worth. We have not found although only's, because the entrance is located on a roundabout and the gates were closed. You can park free of charge directly before that on the side of the road. From the Centre out, you have a beautiful view on the sea. Trappings a great garden is certainly inviting weather to linger.
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  • When the Queen is not in Aarhus, it must be like to go for a walk in her beautiful garden. Here is nice, especially when the Roses bloom. You can't go into the castle itself, but you can enjoy the beautiful park. Live Rams in the castle there are closed, but you can however experience the changing of the guard.
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  • We went for a nice ride in the Marselisborgs Palace Gardens. The garden will be held by the municipality of Aarhus against that it is open to the public. The castle is beautiful, built in 1902, designed by Aarhus architect Hack Kampmann. There are many beautiful sculptures, many created by Prince Henrik. At the bottom of the large garden is a rose garden. The garden was designed after English style with large grass areas, but also with meadows. Worth a visit, there are also pocketmonnGo, which are apparently have found their way there
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  • The Queen's summer residence, beautifully located with a view on Århus bay. You can visit the garden for free when the queen is not staying there.
  • Very well maintained, peaceful walk and nice art-works scattered all over. Could be better if there was access to the actual slot.
  • Great for a walk,very beautiful scenery and can be educational.
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  • Queen's palace!!