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Jaegerborg Dyrehave, Klampenborg
Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
Walk through Jaegerborg Dyrehave, known for its mixture of huge, ancient oak trees and large populations of red and fallow deer. All 15 entrances to the park have a characteristic red gate adjoining a small ranger's house. Take the time to see Hermitage Palace, built during the reign of Christian VI. You'll notice the roads laid out in the classic star form, which was typical for areas used in hunting with dogs. Amenities include an old theatre with many small tents on a hilly terrain, an old amusement park, a drinking fountain, a restaurant, and a former ranger station on the King's hunting road that has been turned into a hotel. Put Jaegerborg Dyrehave at the forefront of your travel plans using our Klampenborg itinerary maker.
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My friend and I reached the park by bike directly from Copenaghen. The park is beautiful and very well looked after. We didn't know whether we were going to see deers or not but, when we arrived there... read more »
We were spending a few days in Copenhagen after a cruise and hired bikes to ride North to this deer park. It is huge - 11 square kms. It is full of beautiful forests. ancient oak trees, large pastures... read more »
Dyrehaven is a unesco heritage site. Took a day trip out of Copenhagen to get a little greenery and I'm in love with this place. Yes it's managed and cultivated but still feels a bit wild. Paths and t... read more »
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