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Jaegerborg Dyrehave

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Get a bike and be transported into another world. One that’s peaceful and bucolic. There are herds... read more

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Cuenca, Ecuador
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We loved the place!

The park is easy to reach (we took a S-tog train from Østerport on our way from the Little mermaid... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
St. Petersburg, Russia
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“amusement park”(27 reviews)
“golf course”(7 reviews)
“old trees”(8 reviews)
Dyrehaven, Klampenborg 2930, Denmark
+45 20 21 90 92
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Get a bike and be transported into another world. One that’s peaceful and bucolic. There are herds of deer, peaceful vistas, singing birds, picturesque ponds. Bring your camera.

Thank sburkerd
Reviewed 1 week ago

The park is easy to reach (we took a S-tog train from Østerport on our way from the Little mermaid site) - about 13-15 minutes. You can walk or rent a bike (like we did). The park itself is very picturesque! We brought some food...More

Thank oshebe
Reviewed June 4, 2018 via mobile

We use this park/forest on a regular basis - both for a place run/bike for exercise but also as a place of pure recreation. There are deers walking freely and though not tame don’t run away immediately. You can also take a horsecarriage (go to...More

1  Thank Eliz3-2Travel
Reviewed April 21, 2018

Nice half-day trip from Copenhagen by frequent commuter train (20 mins trip duration). Excellent large wooded nature park, with the bonus that there are hundreds of deer roaming free.. but keep a look out, because they're camouflaged and sometimes hard to spot in the trees,...More

2  Thank Stephen_Psallidas
Reviewed April 15, 2018 via mobile

Really easy to get to via train from Copenhagen and hire a bike just near the entrance. Great cycling, lovely views, lots of open space.

Thank HC1989
Reviewed February 7, 2018

Took the train here from Copenhagen to have a green day in the midst of travels. our walk in the park was wonderful and we were able to walk along the water as well. Great day trip from Copenhagen.

1  Thank Michelle B
Reviewed November 28, 2017 via mobile

I love to walk, bike and run in Dyrehaven, alone with friends or family. The diversity of the park (Trees, lakes and animals) is why I love coming back again and again.

Thank GlobetrotterDK1967
Reviewed October 27, 2017

Nice park, and you can see deers roaming freely in there. Would be even better if you had a bike to cycle around as the park is big. Would probably spend about 2-3 hours here.

Thank Dillon C
Reviewed September 29, 2017

This place is apparently very popular amongst locals. We visited it because it's inscribed as a UNESCO world heritage site "Royal par force hunting grounds". This one includes a small castle, a golf course and deer heard roaming around freely. It was a lovely sunny...More

1  Thank Tina Q
Reviewed September 24, 2017 via mobile

Aboslutely one of the most beautiful parks I’ve ever been to. Deer wandering around wherever you go, and stunning nature all around. We spent a sunny sunday here. Not too many options for food, so I would bring lunch. Free entrance. Quite big, so a...More

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How does one actually drive into Jaegerborg Dyrehave since today (was) a Wednesday? I spent a few days trying to search for details of how to drive into the park up to Eremitageslot, in preparation for today (Wednesday). The official park website says that one can do so via the Trepileporten gate. Trouble is this gate is hard to find on both Google Maps and the TomTom I was using. The closest point I found was Trepilevej, but there's no drive-through gate, just practically a dead-end. Left Trepilevej, and found an open red gate further down the main road, only to be chased away by an elderly local who says there's no such rule which allows driving through the park on Wednesdays. I wasn't going to drive through that gate in the first place - I was trying to check out the park's map to find other drive through points. In the end, left the place feeling very disappointed having not found the way to the heart of the park. In case you're wondering, it was raining all of today, and I was travelling with an elderly who can't walk much, thus the need to drive.
June 7, 2017|
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Response from Wanda W. W | Reviewed this property |
Hi, the right gate is Hjortekaerport ( gate) accesible from Hjortekaervej, but it is only open for cars on Wednesdays sunrise-sunset time. Alternatives are to take S-train to Klampenborg station and hire a horsecarriage... More
Enrico P
January 2, 2017|
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Response from Qualitypro3336 | Reviewed this property |
Yes they do allow dogs. My friend takes her dog there quite often
August 6, 2016|
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Response from LilleLine12 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, Yes, at least some of the horse and carriage operators are available all year. Might be a good idea to call and book in advance. One possibility is kapervogn.dk - their phone number is +45 2021 9092 Enjoy Denmark... More