On our way to the Lillebælt Bridgewalk, we stopped at Hindsgavl Slot in Middelfart. This should be a must for any tourist visiting Denmark, on the island of Fyn, approximately midway between Copenhagen and Aarhus. Hindsgavl was mentioned for the first time in the Danish register of manors and estates by King Valdemar II in 1231 AD. Today it is a hotel and conference center, located on stunning grounds that make it popular for weddings. Den Hvide Dame Restaurant is a restaurant, open to everyone. The menu is traditional Danish food. We recommend their smørebrød, Denmark's famous open-faced sandwiches, which really aren't sandwiches at all.
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