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6 Beautiful Spots In Copenhagen With The Best Cherry Blossom

Katherine Notman Katherine Notman - Junior Writer

6 Beautiful Spots In Copenhagen With The Best Cherry Blossom

It’s bloomin’ beautiful.

Only a lovely, sunny Spring day in Copenhagen one of the best gifts you can give yourself is a walk amidst the cherry blossom trees whilst they’re in full bloom. It doesn’t last for long and the cherry blossom may have disappeared by the beginning of April, so the perfect time to visit one of these amazing spots in the city is right now. If everyone makes sure to follow the government guidelines on social distancing, mask-wearing and hygiene, there’s no reason why we can’t all find a bit of comfort in these pretty pink flowers.

1. Amaliehaven

Next door to the Queen’s Palace, Amalienborg, you can spot several beautiful cherry trees with amazing pink blossom.

2. Botanical Gardens

The first of the cherry blossom appeared just yesterday in the Botanical Gardens. If you’re looking for the best-kept blossom trees in all of Copenhagen, they live in the Botanical Gardens.

3. Amagerfælled

This completely wild, green space turns pink in Spring once the cherry blossom trees begin to bloom, at which point you can literally walk through a tunnel of beautiful blossoming trees.

4. Bispebjerg Kirkegård

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This beautiful and peaceful cemetery is the perfect place to take some time out from busy city life and simply admire the amazing colours that Spring brings to Copenhagen. It’s a lovely place for a stroll and some reflection.

5. Langelinie

You can easily combine a trip to this beautiful park with a visit to the Little Mermaid statue and it makes for an amazing, relaxing walk amongst the cherry blossoms.

6. Kongen’s Have

In Springtime this gorgeous park is filled with hundreds of pretty flowers in bloom, not just in the trees but throughout the park. It’s the perfect place for a bit of you-time in tranquil surroundings on a sunny day.

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