Frederiksborg Castle Gardens
Frederiksborg Castle is quite the spectacle in its own right, but if you omit a visit to the splendid gardens surrounding it you’ll certainly miss some of its glory. The baroque-style garden that visitors see nowadays at Frederiksborg Castle was restored in the 1990s based on the initial design that Johan Cornelius Krieger made for Frederick IV in the early 1720s. Built in a symmetrical way, the garden extends in front of the castle’s facade, featuring a magnificent fountain as its centrepiece. At the left of the baroque garden another beautiful, this time romantic English-inspired, garden unfurls.