Helsingor

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Denmark
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Danish Krone
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Overview Of The Port Of Helsingor

About Helsingor
Helsingør (often known in English speaking countries by Shakespeare's spelling Elsinore) is a city and the municipal seat of Helsingør Municipality on the northeast coast of the island of Zealand in eastern Denmark.

Kronborg Castle is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the setting of William Shakespeare's Hamlet.

Karmeliterklostret is one of Scandinavia’s best preserved medieval monasteries.

The Danmarks Tekniske Museum offers a picture of the progress of the past centuries. Everything from old planes, cars, clothes and phones can be found here.

St Olav's Church is named after the Norwegian patron, King Olav the Holy and dates back to the 1200s.

Take the short ferry ride over to Helsingborg in Sweden.

There are quaint little cafes and shops in the pedestrian streets and in the market place you can buy anything from flowers, vegetables and fish to handicrafts and cheese.

A wide range of cuisines including Danish, Italian and French can be found Helsingor's cafes and restaurants.
Cruise Terminal
The Cruise Terminal is around 500m from the centre of Helsingor.

Larger ships may need to anchor outside the harbour and tender passengers ashore. From here it's roughly a 20 minute walk into town.
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Cruise Ships Docking In The Port Of Helsingor

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