Who said cemeteries couldn’t make the perfect cozy destination for a crisp autumn day? Vestre Cemetery’s dense greenery, lakes and symmetric avenues like this one make a scenic backdrop as the trees change into their autumn colours. Combine your visit to Denmark’s largest cemetery with a day in the neighbouring Vesterbro area or a visit at the Carlsberg brewery. More ideas for Copenhagen this autumn.
Travel back in time to a magical fairy tale kingdom with a stroll in a snowclad King’s Garden - home of Rosenborg Castle for more than 400 years. Located in the heart of Copenhagen’ city centre, you’re close to an abundance of cozy cafés when the cold gets to you. Curious for more castles?
Get a serious dose of pink in spring when the cherry blossoms show the city from its most colourful side. One of the best locations to see the magic unfold is Bispebjerg Cemetery, which fills up fast during the Sakura days, so get there early – at least if you want your Instagram photo look something like this. Discover six other places to see Copenhagen in Spring.
Picking THE best spot in Copenhagen to experience in summer is not easy. So why not do a canal tour or rent your own boat and venture out on the beautiful canals to see a bit of everything summerlike. Apart from the blissful, clean waters, the blossoming trees, the calm atmosphere, you’ll get front row seats to all the sun-soaking locals flocking to the quays saluting you with a cold one in hand.