I've been having such a hard time writing this post because Helsingor was just so good! Helsingor, Denmark is one of those places that just came up and surprised me. Before visiting Helsingor I didn't know anything about it - just visited on a whim.
Helsingor (pronounced Elsinore by people from English speaking countries) is in the north of Zealand Island of Denmark and is famous for the Kronborg Castle. The Kronborg Castle was made famous by William Shakespeare as he set Hamlet at this castle.
Helsingor was founded in 1420 by the Danish King, Eric of Pomerania and has valuable for its ports and close physical proximity to Sweden. The buildings of Helsingor are wonderfully colorful and many of the streets are walking only, which makes it easy to see everything by foot. When you are exploring, be sure to keep an eye out for the street art that covers utility boxes and alleyways.
Kronborg Castle, a Unesco World Heritage Site, used to be the stronghold in the north of...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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