In Klampenborg you will see Bellevue Beach and the statue of Knud Rasmussen, the Greenland seafarer, who is looking over the ocean. The world-famous architect Arne Jacobsen’s renowned Bella Vista residential complex from 1934. Arne Jacobsen placed the apartments in a staggered rhythm in relation to each other, so each apartment has two living rooms with sea views. The view can also be taken from the balconies that are integrated in the building in contrast to other contemporary buildings, where the balcony hangs outside. The floor displacements, the framework over the balconies and the rounded corners make the buildings radiate an elegant, southern modernity, and with its whitewashed facades, flat roofs and corner windows, it is a typical representative of functionalism.
After Klampenborg, you will see the the road become more narrow and it will lead you through smaller villages. All with beatifull expensive houses. Taarbæk, which is a part of Lyngby. Skodsborg, with the gorgeous Spa Hotel that you will drive past. Turn left at Skodsborgvej, and you will come to Nærum. After Skodsborg Bech, you come to Vedbæk Harbour.
Further up along the road, you will find Rungsted. This is here you find Karen Blixen Museum and Rungsted Harbour with a large variation of restaurants and shops. Drive further up to Nivå Strandpark, where you also will find a harbour an Sletten Restaurant.
From Nivå you come to Humlebæk Strandpark, this is here you find Louisiana Museum of modern art. Now if you continue up north you will come to Elsinore. Take a stop and visit Kronborg Castle. The city has direct ferries to Sweden, Helsingborg.