Denmark is blessed with several palaces and castles. Most are far more elaborate than the Fredensborg Palace. Yet, this seasonal royal residence can best be described as elegant. Many call it the Danish Versailles. The 89 foot dome is flanked by four copper-roofed pavilions. Stretching between them is a sandstone balustrade with a clock in the middle. The statue in the courtyard is only a hint of the 70 life-sized sculptures adorning the beautiful garden in back. Tours of the palace are only available in July but the garden is free to visit all year.