The tour is of three castles. Helsingor and Fredericksborg are not to be missed, but Fredensborg is dull, which is why you only spend 15 minutes there. The guides were full of knowledge and spoke for most of the trip, fielding questions expertly on topics as diverse as medieval history and contemporary Danish social policies and economics. They even pulled over to allow us to take pictures of some fishermans' cottages with thatched roofs along the Danish Riviera. For lunch, our guide recommended a diner across from Frederiksborg Castle that had low prices, large portions, and quick service. What I love about a really good tour is that you come away with a lot of new historical and anecdotal knowledge, and a day crammed with lots of visuals and experiences. That's what I got on this tour, and I would highly recommend it.
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