In Denmark it will be possible to spend the night in the castle, described in Shakespeare's Hamlet. The organizers will even pay for the flight.
Kronborg Castle (Helsingør, Denmark), dating from the 16th century, was once described in his Hamlet by William Shakespeare. On the occasion of the 400th anniversary of the great playwright on April 23, the property will be open to visitors with the ability to stay overnight for the first time in the last 100 years.
But with one condition: the organizers themselves will choose the lucky ones. Those who wish to try their luck should leave a message with the headline “Hamlet” on the Airbnb website until April 13 and explain why they want to get into the castle.
As an added bonus, the host country will deliver the winners of the competition to Denmark by plane from anywhere in the world. The best part of the evening for guests will be the opportunity to join the 300 participants of the feast in the style of the Renaissance, which will be held in the castle. The cost of stay in the historic castle will be only 8.7 euros.
Kronborg was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2000. But most of all he is known as Elsinore, the home of Hamlet in the famous tragedy of Shakespeare.
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