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You don't need to fly to distant countries to experience wild nature. Randers is surrounded by fantastic nature, from the tropical Randers Rainforest to lush nature parks close to Randers Fjord. It is also in Randers that you will find the ultimate tribute to Elvis Presley and one of Denmark's most beautiful baroque gardens.
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Randers Rainforest

You don't have to fly to cross countries to have wild tropical nature experiences. In Randers Rainforest, you get a pure sensory experience in a tropical climate with free-living monkeys, iguanas, sloths, jaguars and many other exotic animals.

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Memphis Mansion

In Randers you will find the ultimate tribute to Elvis Presley. The house is externally and internally identical to Graceland in Memphis, Tennessee. Also feel free to visit Highway 51 Diner, where you can enjoy an authentic American brunch.

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Randers Nature Park

In Randers you will find one of Denmark's largest nature parks. It is here the fresh water from the Gudenå meets the salt water in the Kattegat. Along the 293 square kilometer area you can find tables and benches, shelters and bird towers, which you can freely use. In two places you also have the option of crossing the fjord by ferry.

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Clausholm Castle

In the beautiful East Jutland landscape, a little south of Randers, you will find Clausholm Castle & Park. The park is one of the most beautiful and fully cast baroque buildings in Denmark and is definitely worth a visit.

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Randers Streetfood

Mokajen - Randers Street Food is located in the middle of Randers in the old sugar factory at Randers Havn. Here you can get delicious food and enjoy the beautiful view of Randers Fjord and Tronholm Park.

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