Film and TV Locations All in Denmark

What was the last Denmark TV series you’ve seen? For sure, these series have inspired you to come to Denmark for a visit. And just before you think you need a map of Denmark to help you get to the sites that you need to see, here are the top television and film locations to help you out. The Bridge as well as The Killing are just two of the most widely watched and critically acclaimed Nordic TV series that have won the hearts of many. And so, here is your ultimate guide to the most exciting trip of your life in Denmark:

The Killing – A Grand Tour Of Copenhagen

If you think you have seen all of Copenhagen, then you better think again. The tv series, The Killing, has showed you everything there is about Copenhagen, including the dark areas that remain unexplored by tourists. There are Nordic Noir Tours that can take you in tours of all the locations used in The Killing. The best thing about such tours is that you don’t need to book in advance. Just get to it and you’ll see the rest of Copenhagen.

Borgen and the British Parliament

Christiansborg Palace is where Borgen’s most famous drama scenes of the supposed Danish government were shot. This palace has a very long and even more interesting history. It is now the home to the respected Danish Parliament and has become one of the most visited places in the country. The underground ruins, royal tapestries as well as the spectacular view of the city of Copenhagen ahs made this palace a must-visit one.

The Bridge And Its Incredible Disappearance

 

It might sound too good to be true, but Denmark has this popular bridge that seems to disappear underwater. The Oresund Bridge that connected Denmark to Sweden was the first and original location of the TV series – the Bridge. It is located in the coastal road north of Denmark. At a glance, it might not look like anything special bridge, but in truth, it is one of the most magnificent bridges in the world.  

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