Though only the famous Gåsetårnet (‘Goose Tower’) remains intact, the partial ruins of Vordingborg Castle are in themselves worth a visit. Spread across 3.7 hectares, Vordingborg Castle was once Denmark’s biggest fortress and the home of three Valdemar kings, as well as countless normal people going about their daily business. Today, the castle is brought back to life thanks to augmented reality, which allows visitors young and old to shape their own journey back in time to the hustle and bustle of the 12th and 13th centuries. And just wait until you find out what is underground…

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