Definitely check this place out for detailed history on the castle being rebuilt over again after being destroyed by fire more than once. Admission included in the combo ticket.
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This was the first part of Christiansborg that we visited. It was a good way to begin. There were layers of walls from more than one structure under the palace. It was interesting to see how they were built upon and how the location of...More
The state rooms are good for a look at the history of Christiansborg but this is a very different and also entertaining way to get the history of one of Copenhagen's most important historical sites. Entry was with the Copenhagen Card and you certainly get...More
We didn't spend a lot of time seeing the underground ruins, but we did find it interesting. Not everyone would necessarily love it, but it doesn't take long to go through it. But, if you're into archeology and ruins, it's pretty cool and worth the...More
Amongst the ruins of Absalon’s Castle dating from 1167, you can see how the castle was continually renewed and developed. Numbered chronological information boards (Danish and English) explain the history, although it can get confusing as the numbers just back and forth. There’s also a...More
Worth a quick wander round with Copenhagen card or combo ticket, but not an individual ticket. Interesting to see the old castles wall and technology they had and gain a bit of history. Chilly down there though but out of the rain at least!
These ruins of palaces previously built on the same site, back to Bishop Absalon in 1167 are well laid out for the visitor. The display boards and a video, complete with old photographs clearly explain the history of this site in old Copenhagen.
It is interest to look at the ruins underneath the Palace. It is amazing to see the care they took to preserve what they could for historic purposes. You get a chance to see wooden water pipes. They also provide you with an information sheet...More
You can go and see it but its interesting but most for Danish people ? I do not know its from old time but for me, it was interesting
Interesting to be able to visit ruins of a palace under a palace that is in use today. A lot more extensive than you would expect The ruins were well explained with videos here and there on your self-guided tour. Above the ruins in the...More