Denmark’s so called’ Whiskey Belt’ is the gold seacoast of Denmark. A world of strands, luxury estates, green green timbers and high life lodestones . In an egalitarian nation which loves it’s beer ( suppose Carlsberg and Tuborg) it’s said that the regions rich residers prefer a tipple of whiskey- hence the name. Stretching along some 40 kilometers of bank north from Copenhagen, the region is a stimulating and fluently accessible volition to megacity sightseeing. Then are some of the highlights.
- The Daisy Route
The 40 kilometer Strandvejen( sand road) from 풀싸롱 Copenhagen through to Helsingor runs the full length of the Whiskey Belt. It’s also known as the Daisy route. This is because it’s road inked with the’ Daisy’ of Margrethe II( popularly known as Queen Daisy) which indicates an area of outstanding natural beauty. The road runs resemblant to the narrow Oresund strait which separates Denmark from Sweden. Although hire buses are readily available, it’s just as easy to explore the route by train( the’ littoral line’) and bike. Bikes can be hired cheaply locally and may be taken onto trains.
- Bellevue Beach Conceivably Scandinavia’s most glamorous sand, Bellevue is the place for Denmark’s’ Beautiful People’ to see and be seen every summer. The enthusiasm and charm extends to the swish armature of the resort. important of this was created in the medial 20th century by’ Danish ultramodern’ mastermind and developer Arne Jacobsen. Indeed the blue and white banded lifeguard halls and white sand side alcoves are his work. At the’ Restaurant Jacobsen’ everything from the structure, interior design, cabinetwork and chopstick bears his mark.
- The Deer Park Chill out in this cool, dark, puck tale timber of majestic oaks. Indeed, indeed Bambi himself would feel at home then. The Dyrehaven( deer demesne) was formally the royal stalking grounds. It was first fended off by the King of Denmark in 1669. moment it’s home to around,000 deer and a favorite resort of trampers and picnickers. And be sure to enjoy some traditional Danish cookery in the oldie- world eatery’ Peter Lieps Hus’, a former gamekeeper’s cabin.
- Bakken Amusement Park Located deep in the depths of the Deer Park, the world’s oldest festival demesne is a blaze of light and sound. This is where the Copenhageners loosen up and have fun in a bawdy, burlesque terrain. The demesne features over 100 lifts and entertainments, food booths, dancing, ice cream, roadhouse, open
and bars. Not to be missed!
- Louisiana Museum of Modern Art With pleasurable auditoriums overlooking the ocean towards Sweden, the Louisiana gallery features one of the largest and finest ultramodern( 20th century) art collections in the world. A large part of the gallery’s charm lies in it’s unique position. Spaciousness and the relaxed out-of-door terrain of the auditoriums make this a popular family destination. The name Louisiana stems from the former estate proprietor’s three consecutive women
, each of whom was called Louise!
- Karen Blixen Museum Set in a densely planted 40 acres demesne lies the fascinating manor house house of Rungstedland. This is the former family home of Karen Blixen, celebrated romantic authoress of’ Out of Africa’ and other workshop. Since her death in 1962, the estate serves as both a gallery and raspberry sanctuary. The house is a memorial of the privileged fineness of a defunct period. The auditoriums remain as they were, a homage to Blixen’s own horticultural bents and her vision of beauty.
- Hamlet’s Castle At the end of the Whiskey Belt, where the Baltic and North Sea match, lies the magnific belle epoque castle of Kronborg in Helsingor. This is actually better known as the castle of’ Elsinore’ from William Shakespeare’s play’ Hamlet- Prince of Denmark’. Hamlet himself is presumably grounded on the Danish legend of Amleth detailed in the jottings of medieval Danish annalist Saxo Grammaticus.
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