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Guide to Copenhagen in Spring

Photo: Martin Heiberg

When spring comes around in Copenhagen, the streets become filled with newfound energy. The Copenhageners escape from their winter hibernation and celebrate the high season of sidewalk cafes, flea markets, street parties, and garden picnics.

What to do in the spring in Copenhagen

Whether you want to lay, walk or bike, Copenhagen has plenty of activites for you to embark on in the spring coated city. 

Green Copenhagen: The 12 best parks and gardens

Find your new favourite among Copenhagen's many cosy parks and gardens.

Sightseeing - on your own or on a tour

There are many ways to see Copenhagen. Rent a bike and race from one neighbourhood to another, hop on a boat and be your own captain sailing the Copenhagen harbour or join one of the many tours around the city. Here are all the best ways to do sightseeing in Copenhagen.

Bike city Copenhagen

Life in Copenhagen is lived in the saddle of a bicycle. Everybody does it. Bike that is. In Copenhagen we bike whether there is sun, rain or snow. We bike to work, to school, to bring the kids to kindergarten, to shop for groceries and to social gatherings. It is simply our way of life, an...

Want to get off of the beaten path?

How about a day trip? On the other side of the Copenhagen borders are adventures just waiting to be discovered by you. We guarantee that you can find a day trip that matches your interests. Whether you want to climb a unique tower, walk along grand chalk cliffs, chill on a beach far from the city or experience a world-class modern art museum, we have it. Have a look for yourself. 

Spring activites for the active and the families

Whether you're a family of five or an active solo traveller, springtime in Copenhagen is a good time to have some fun in the pocket-sized city. Here's a few more ideas. 

Get active in Copenhagen

For those who want to add some adrenaline or exercise to their Copenhagen experience, there are plenty of action-packed activities to choose from. Some of which combine a little (or hard) physical activity with seeing Copenhagen from another perspective – for instance the kayaks.

Fun attractions for kids

Reserved places on buses and trains for prams and pushchairs, children's menus in restaurants, art museums in kids' height and of course reductions at all attractions. Copenhagen is kids friendly and full of adventures for the whole family to enjoy.