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Viking fortress - Trelleborg

Trelleborg Allé 4, Hejninge
4200 Slagelse
Website: http://www.vikingeborg.dk/
Country of origin: Denmark
Languages spoken:
  • Danish
  • English

While Vikings have roamed Europe and even further and were feared warriors, they had to protect themselves while home. The Viking fortress Trelleborg gives an idea how such a ring fortress looked like.

The walls around the fortress made access difficult for intruders. The fortress had 16 houses and you can visit one reconstructed house. You will marvel that 30-50 people could find place in it. Your kids can transform into Vikings and play in a miniature version of the Viking house. Learn how to make a Viking meal, or your own runestone and dive into Harald Bluetooth's world.

Access to the fortress is available at all times.

A visit to the Viking fortress Trelleborg can be perfectly combined with a visit to Stillinge Strand beach or with a train rain on one of the Wes-Zealand veteran trains. See our directory for details.

Don't miss the Viking marked taking place July 16-24, 2011 at the Viking fortress Trelleborg, where you can eat Viking food, do some fighting training and roam around a lively Viking marked.

The Viking fortress Trelleborg lies on the west coast of Zealand, a few km outside Slagelse, about 1,5 hours from Copenhagen.

Check out other fun activities for kids in Denmark.

Keywords:
viking-site, viking-market

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