After visiting Frederiksborg Slot and lunching, we came over to Kronborg Castle. The weather on this day was on our side - not too cold for an outdoor outing and for a leisurely walk without feeling tired. This castle is one of the most important golden age castles in Northern Europe, added to UNESCO's World Heritage Sites list (2000), built by King Eric VII in the 1420s and its history goes back to back then.
From Kronberg Castle, you can actually cross over to the shores of Sweden. In fact, you can take the ferry and there you will be. But regrettable we didn't cover Sweden, such a waste coming so far though initially we were suppose to, but considering the budget and being away for a longer time, I guess this is how far we came.
We then left to board DFDS Scandinavian Seaways overnight cruise to be at Oslo the next morning.
Dinner was on board with a huge buffet spread, thereafter, nothing much to do except stay put in the cabin or walk around until bed time.
Next - Akershus Museum, Oslo.
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