Vordingborg is an old ferry town in Vordingborg Municipality in Denmark. It has an inner urban area population of 11,843 (1 January 2015), and a total population of 17,714 including the satellite towns Ørslev, Nyråd and Stensved. These satellite towns have evolved during the last decades, due to three large estates surrounding Vordingborg and therefore prevented a collective development of the town. Vordingborg Municipality (Kommune) has a population of 46,000.
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4.5 based on 33 reviews
The total renovation of the ruins with the famous Goose Tower has been a success. The new multi-media museum is interesting and capturing young and old. The current Viking theme is great and the iPad based introduction and guide is a massive hit with the...MoreHi Arne. Thank you for your kind words. It is always a pleasure to hear from happy visitors! Remember that you can come back again and again with your season entrance card. Kind regards Sanne
4 based on 41 reviews
When we saw a sign of a castle ruin on the highway E47, we decided to stop for a while at Vordingborg. It was not easy to find the castle although we used the GPS but finally we found it. Part of the ring walls still remain and one of the towers. Entering the castle area is free but when you want to know more about the castle self, you can use audio tour or ipad and that will cost you money. We just walked around and used the rest room. It seems that people is still busy with reconstraction in the area. Walked down from the castle area, there was a "european market" where people from different part of Europe sell their own country's product.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
Gåsetårnet is the largest remaining part of a one of the main middle age castles/fortresses in Northern Europe. The main seat of three generations of Valdemars (kings of Denmark around 1300-1400) this is the place that they gathered the Danish navy that concurred most of the Baltic coastal areas during this period. A new museum has been constructed. As a visitor, you are equipped with an iPad with very well designed background materials for the tour of the area and the museum itself. Highly recommended for all with an interest in the history of Northern Europe in the early middle ages.
3.5 based on 19 reviews
The Historisk-Botanisk Have is small but has the possibility to be a truly beautiful garden. It is situated just by the Borg Center, so it's convenient for a stroll after having visited the Exhibitions there.
The layout is charming, and the roses were stunning! However, it was at our visit not very well kept, lots of plants were missing and there was quite a few weeds too. This is a pity, since the garden could be a true gem.
4 based on 9 reviews
Easy to find from Kalvehave. Get off at Algade 112. Walk down the road and you will get to the Statue. You will also be near the entrance to the Goose Tower and Castle Ruins. Very well worth a visit.
3.5 based on 4 reviews
The pre WWII is situated on the coast overlooking the western entrence of Storstrømmen, the strait between Seeland and Falster including the old bridge between them.
It is currently in use for various cultural events. Unfortunatly is not generaly open for the public.
The view from the top of the bunker is very nice.
The fort was target of the worlds first airborne assault at the outset of the german occupation of Denmark.
5 based on 1 reviews
Dejlig gåtur i smukke omgivelser. Fra parkeringspladsen udgår et afmærket stisystem ind gennem knudsskov og videre ud på Knudshoved Odde.
Skøn forening af strand og gamle, kroget "troldetræer" :-)
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