Important dates

    1st November 2020
    Announcement of paper and poster submissions 

    1st February 2021
    Deadline for paper and poster submissions

    1st April 2021 
    Notification regarding papers and posters

    1st May 2021
    Deadline for Early Bird


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Accompanying person tours


Monday - 7 hours North Sealand tour

We will visit the famous castle of Kronborg, north of Copenhagen. On the way we will drive along coastal road through the beautiful country side and look across to Sweden. We will pass the Deer Park and the art Museum Louisana and the birth place of Karen Blixen on the way. We will see both Kronborg (Hamlets castle) and the town of Helsingør and hear a tale or two on the trading with the Swedes, and have lunch at a fish restaurant by the sea. We will also see one of the first electric large scale ferries which sails between Helsingør and Helsingborg. On the way back we will pass the Fredensborg Castle, where the Queen lives in the summer and see Hillerød Castle, where we will have a short walk around the 17th century gardens.

Wednesday - 5 hours Viking Tour

We will visit the city of Roskilde and the Cathedral (Unesco world Heritage sites) where the majority of Danish kings have been buried. Roskilde Cathedral was built around 1200 and is the first Gothic cathedral in Scandinavia, built in bricks. With its many unique Royal chapels, the Cathedral reflects the changing European architectural history. We will go to the Viking Ship museum where old Viking ships are on display and we might sail on the Fjord in a Viking ship! We will drive through Lejre (and see areas from the stone age now used for schools on the way back.)

Please note that these tours are subject to modifications abd availability and require a minimum amount of confirmed bookings in order to take place.

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Contact

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(45) 60 21 74 21
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