Christian Fort was first built between 1773 and 1775. King Christian VI razed the old palace (Copenhagen Palace) for pleasure. On this basis, he built a magnificent, magnificent and comfortable new palace as his dormitory, the Palace of Christian Fort. The design of Christianburg is the Rococo style of the eighteenth century in Europe. Since 1849, Fort Christian has been used as a place of parliament. When I entered the castle, I felt great and liked it all at once. Because many rooms in the castle are carpeted, you need to put on shoes when you enter (free at the entrance). What impressed me most in the castle was the Queen's Library. The two rooms were full of bookcases, full of books, heavy bookcases, heavy books and silent interpretation of the Royal education. Many of the Royal family's elegant conversation and erudite knowledge are derived from books. The Queen's library is often borrowed by the Danish Prime Minister as a dining place for foreign guests. Choosing this bookish place to entertain guests is bound to enable the guests to communicate and communicate calmly in a quiet and elegant atmosphere.
Copenhagen is free to enter, not a royal palace, but bigger than the Palace of Amerinburg. You can buy tickets to visit stables, kitchens, Royal theatres, museums and so on. There seems to be a horse team performance in the afternoon, but I didn't see it in time.
Kristianburg, formerly the palace of Denmark, is now the parliament building of Denmark. The tour is divided into several parts. I only went to the ruins and the Royal reception hall. Here, you can see the magnificent banquet hall, there are many hand-woven tapestries, or worth playing once.
Visit 4 places free of charge with Copenhagen Card. It's not cost-effective to buy it alone. Even the Royal Kitchen costs 5O kroner. The cost-effective rate is very high with the card. The old ruins are very interesting. The temperature drops sharply immediately after entering. I thought there was air conditioning, ll but there is no treasure here. Air conditioning should not be there. She also felt very cold when she met a foreign girl on the way. Later, we both lost our way and turned around. Later, when we saw the exit, we were relieved. Once we came out, the temperature felt even more. She felt that many people should have died there. The attendant said there was no air conditioning here, and gave me a special look, that is, you should know what is going on.
You can see the bridge leading to the Kristianburg Palace when you come out with your back to the door and look left. Through the bridge, you can see the magnificent Kristianburg. It has been rebuilt here three times. The museum is not allowed to take photos when you enter the door with your left hand. It is the place where the prime ministers of all countries are received. It is used by the royal family and is solemn and magnificent. Coming out, you can also enter the buildings directly facing the gate, where you can visit the underground ruins, and I am afraid of it personally. If you have time, you can come and see the Royal stables in the afternoon.
Christiansborg Palace was founded between 1773 and 1775. It is now the seat of the Danish Parliament. Its ticket price is 40 kroner, about 42 yuan, and it is open to the public from 10:00 to 16:00 a day (closed from December 24 to January 3 every year). Its floor is oak, its window threshold is made of gold, and its decorations and paintings are of great value. It used to be the Royal habitat of Denmark. It is also the highest reception palace in Denmark.
Once the palace of the King of Denmark, it is now the seat of the Danish government's parliament. However, the building basically retains the luxury of the palace. From the outside, it seems very simple, but the decoration inside is extremely luxurious. It is worthwhile to buy tickets to visit it, but it is not recommended to buy tickets to visit the other three additional attractions: ancient palace ruins, stables and kitchens. It would be nice to leave enough time to visit the interior of the palace without visiting these three places.