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beautiful gardens and house

Lovely and well kept gardens. vieuw over the Oresund to Helsingor at the other side. Several... read more

Reviewed 15 September 2018
Francis V
Rhoon, The Netherlands
Summer palace & gardens - not to be missed

The Sofiero gardens are not to be missed. This was the highlight of our stay in Helsingborg. Just... read more

Reviewed 6 August 2018
Helsingborg, Sweden
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Sofiero Palace was, until the 1970s, a summer residence for Swedish royalty. The magnificent heritage of thousands of rhododendrons, beds, borders and kitchen gardens is carefully tended by a team of dedicated experts. In 2010, Sofiero was voted...more
Sofierovagen, Helsingborg, Sweden
+46 42 10 25 00
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Reviewed 25 July 2010

This is nice place for romantic walk. The garden is very charming. However it should be much less expensive! I was only once over there because of the price...

7  Thank pawel_hbg
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Reviewed 22 February 2017

I have Sofiero yearly card, the best thing is I can visit Sofiero anytime that They have occasions like concerts. I love Sofiero's garden, especially during the Spring time, it is the most beautiful garden that I have visited.👍💕😀

2  Thank lynnbarbosa
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Reviewed 2 October 2018

This castle was summer resident for king Gustav VI until he died in Helsingborg 1973. The king had written in his will that the castle should be a part of Helsingborg and today it is the town that own it and it has been a...More

Thank Rolf S
Reviewed 15 September 2018

Lovely and well kept gardens. vieuw over the Oresund to Helsingor at the other side. Several different gardens and a lovely statues. Good gardens cafe/restaurant and even with a small mobility scooter getting into the house wasn't a problem.

Thank Francis V
Reviewed 6 August 2018

The Sofiero gardens are not to be missed. This was the highlight of our stay in Helsingborg. Just 5k north of the city, Sofiero is a very short bus ride up the coast. The grounds were simply amazing. We spent 3 hours walking the area...More

Thank snyderfamily3
Reviewed 1 August 2018

we rented bikes and went here on the warmest day of the summer, but it was still a great experience. The castle is in itself an okay thing to see, but the real treasure is the immense garden. Pack a picnic bag and spend the...More

Thank Per N
Reviewed 28 July 2018

I had visited only the front garden of Sofiero a year ago when I attended a concert there. My impression had already been very positive, but this time, having set aside a good 3-4 hours to wander about, to see the inside of the manor...More

Thank Giorgio B
Reviewed 19 July 2018 via mobile

The palace itself is not much, more like a cottage, but the garden is matchless. I visited the place many times and every time there was something new. They always improve the gardens.

Thank adina o
Reviewed 17 July 2018

Gardener and amateur archeologist king Carl VI Adolf's summer residence. beautiful garden grounds with panoramic views of the sea between Sweden and Denmark. Small and charming castle. Love the Queen's corner sitting room! Downside - very hard to find; before there were signs on both...More

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Reviewed 17 July 2018

Very nice park. We got a guided tour in the house with a very good guide. (Nina). The Café is worth a visit!

Thank Stefan N
Reviewed 10 July 2018 via mobile

Great spot to visit, to experience the former royal sunmer cottage in all it’s splendor. Magnificient chateau, garden, the view over to Denmark...

Thank Calle L
Reviewed 28 June 2018

It´s a nice setting close to the sea overlooking the denish coast. The castle is rather small, has a nice gallery, a coffe shop and restaurant. We went for a walk in the park, it´s known for hundreds of rododendron in various colours. Since the...More

Thank Mia018
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19 July 2016|
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Response from cecilia4334 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry for the late reply it's about 10 minutes bus ride. I think it will be pretty far to walk between.
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6 June 2016|
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Response from Stefan O | Reviewed this property |
Hi! Helsingborg is my hometown (half way to Sofiero - Drottninggatan) and I now live in Malmo! I'd say it would take roughly 30 - 40 minutes to walk...the bus will go there every 30 minutes...make sure the bus goes along the... More