A day outside: Copenhagen’s beautiful parks

  •  12.10.2017
  •  Woact

Copenhagen is unique when it comes to gardens, parks and green areas. Whether you take your family out for playing, are going on a date, going for a walk with friends or would like time on your own, there are green parks for it all. We guide to gardens and parks in Copenhagen that all will make your day more green and free.

A day outside: Copenhagen’s beautiful parks

1. Fælledparken

Fælledparken has it all; football fields, athletic areas, dog walking areas, petanque courts and Northern Europe's largest skater park. Children can also be entertained in Fælledparken, on The Traffic Playground or on the trampolines. The community park is for everyone; for those who wish for large green areas or for small cosy hooks. Read more...

2. Søndermarken

A walk or jogging trip that goes up and down is what Søndermarken can offer. However, it is not all. Søndermarken has several workout stations, and has many cosy benches and hooks where you can sit and relax. If you want to go to a museum or look at some unusual animals, you can do this too at Søndermarken.
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A day outside: Copenhagen’s beautiful parks

3. Frederiksberg Garden

Across from Søndermarken lies Frederiksberg Garden. The garden is home to Frederiksberg Castle. Frederiksberg Castle is beautifully located in the garden and the yellow colour almost looks shining when looking up at the castle standing at the end of the hill. The rest of the garden offers Chinese inspired installations, beautiful birds, playgrounds, and a view to the elephants in Copenhagen Zoo. Read more...

4. Kongens Have

Kongens Have, located centrally in the town of Copenhagen, is full of well-groomed grass, trees, flower beds, statues and sculptures. The popular park is perfect for a nice walk with a to-go coffee. The garden is also home to famous Rosenborg Castle, where visitors can see the royal crown jewels and admire the beautiful flower garden just outside the castles’ moat. Read more...

5. The Botanical Garden

Also central in Copenhagen is the Botanical Garden, a place for those who want to become more knowledgeable about plants, or just want something beautiful to look at. All ages will find the Botanical Garden beautiful and interesting as you can explore and read about the many flowers, plants, and mushrooms at the garden. You can also get a bite to eat and buy some of the season's green to your own garden, living room or balcony. Read more...



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