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Marselisborg Palace, (Danish: Marselisborg Slot, Danish pronunciation: [mɑˈse̝ːlisˌpɒˀ]) is a royal residence of the Danish Royal Family in Aarhus. It has been the summer residence of Queen Margrethe II since 1967.
A lovely park with beautiful gardens, playground and picnic areas. Palace gardens are open when the Queen is not in residence. Close to large park and beach also.
~15 min away from central Aarhus, located next to a beautiful beach, and animals are really friendly, but they only care about food, so bring some apples and carrots. I also want to warn people that they shouldn't feed deer with spaghetti, because it makes them go crazy.
I was walking only in the park. We really like it. Were different kinds of flowers and plantings, interesting sculptures. We had a good time. Beautiful castle, well preserved.
Great place to walk around with open fields and trees, oh and the Queen's summer palace
Nice little castle with beautiful gardens and views. Great that you can get access to the grounds outside the summer months.
Simple to take a walk through the grounds.
I spent the weekend in Aarhus visiting friends .We stayed at the Cornwell hotel in the city centre. The hotel was clean and tidy ,staff made you feel welcome. I enjoyed my time in the city .Ppl were friendly and felt comfortable amongst the locals and not out of place .
Beautiful little castle, with free access to the castle garden with sculptures. However, there is no access to the castle nor access to the castle garden when the queen is staying at the castle. When the queen is staying at the castle you can see the soldiers.
Wonderful place with a big park around. Perfect for a walk and enjoy the green and peace :)
An amazing place. It's really an experience to visit the royal place, which is fully opened to the public eyes. It's gardens, the art, the parks, it's all a great sight, with royal sight giving it quite a vibe.