Make a holiday home in Frederikssund Area your home away from home
North Zealand is where tourists can find a quiet, heavenly locale in which to relax and savour the beauty of nature. This locale is dotted with old towns and fishing villages where nature and man coexist harmoniously and time seems to stand still. In these villages are landmarks of note which date back thousands of years. This region of Denmark is not far from the capital yet boasts one of its largest forests. In a Frederikssund Area holiday home holidaymakers will be conveniently close to Copenhagen, the country’s nerve centre while enjoying the beauty of its fjords and coastline. The accommodation offered by HomeAway in this part of Zealand consists largely of intimate refurbished farmhouses surrounded by woods. Visitors are thus guaranteed the tranquillity and privacy in Frederikssund Area holiday rentals to really unwind.
Things to do
-Art museum: For those who appreciate good art, a visit to North Zealand is well worth looking forward to as it promises a tour of the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art. This incredible museum houses the works of an assortment of artists including such celebrated names as Picasso, Giacometti and Max Ernst. But perhaps what most captures the imagination is the seamless blend of nature and art seen in the modern sculpture displayed on the museum’s spacious park. Entertainment in the form of concerts and films are also available to visitors here.
-Other museums: Another notable museum found in North Zealand is that celebrating the life and works of renowned novelist Karen Blixen. This museum which commemorates the achievements of the author of the popular ‘Out of Africa’ novel is found in the town of Rungsted, a few kilometres east from Frederikssund Area holiday rentals. In the town of Elsinore is the Danmarks Tekniske Museum which celebrates achievements in the field of science and industry. it is where the car with the world’s oldest operational original automobile engine, the 1888 Hammel, can be seen.
-Castles: The castles of North Zealand are a major tourist draw. They are found scattered in different towns including Elsinore and Fredensborg. The Kronborg Castle found in Elsinore is the most popular of the three, perhaps because it was the scene for Shakespeare’s Hamlet. But the beauty of its structure is what attracts tourists. It has four elaborately sculpted towers that rise majestically from its corners. Inside its bowels is the stunning sculpture of Holger Danske, a great warrior who legend says will rise to the island’s defence if ever attacked.
-Food and drink: Holidaymakers spending their leisure time in Frederikssund Area holiday rentals will be spoilt for choice when it comes to places to eat. Without going out of this town they can feast on Danish specialities at Restaurant Kalvo, Restaurant Regnbuen or the Bollinis Familierestaurant. In the nearby town of Egedal tourists can find pizzerias and Chinese restaurants if they wish to diversify their menu.
Weather in Frederikssund Area
This region enjoys fairly warmer climate than other Danish localities as from mid-May to September temperatures average above 17°C. Most holidaymakers come seeking to enjoy the 20 plus temperatures of July and August spread out on the lovely Oresund Coast beaches. These two months are also the wettest in Frederikssund though even then not much rain falls. Average precipitation at this time of year is just below 40mm.
Travel to Frederikssund Area
One of the beauty of Frederikssund Area holiday rentals is that they are close to the Danish capital. On arrival at the Kastrup Airport in Copenhagen, visitors will be 27 miles or 56 km from their destination. It takes about 45 minutes by train to get to the terminal station in Frederikssund for the C and H-Line S-trains.