Go on a driving holiday in Denmark and discover the country's exciting history with Risskov. Find child-friendly hotels for a summer holiday, winter holiday or autumn holiday and set off on an adventure to Fyrkat, which was built around 980 under the Danish Viking King Harald Bluetooth. The castle no longer exists, but the ramparts that mark the town's size can still be seen. Behind the rampart 16 longhouses were built, which are today marked with white stones and just outside the rampart a faithful replica of a longhouse measuring almost 29 metres in length and built entirely of oak has been built.
The archaeological finds excavated around the castle and at the graves can be seen at Hobro Museum. Also visit the Viking farm, which with its nine houses and forge is a great man's farm as it looked when Harald Bluetooth was king. The Viking Centre Fyrkat has a lot to offer and is perfect for a family trip, even with the little ones. Plan the perfect family self-drive holiday and learn more about the exciting history of Denmark on the trip.
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