May is literally around the corner and we are thrilled! We can’t wait to have picknicks in parks, go on bike tours and just sit down and relax in the sun with a good cup of coffee. Here’s where we will hang out in Copenhagen this Spring.
The University Garden – Landbohøjskolens Have
Whenever you’re feeling sick and tired of the many people in the inner-city, we head to The University Gardens. Located by Grønnegårdsvej in the area of Frederiksberg hides an old, romantic garden that holds a collection of cultivated, beautiful plants. It’s was built in 1858 with a rose garden, flower beds, a pond, a creek and much more. The central part of The University Garden is known as the romantic garden.
By the colorful houses of Gråbrødretorv
Despite its vicinity to Strøget, it always seems to be peaceful and quiet at Gråbrødretorv. During Spring, Summer and early Autumn, you can sit in the outdoor seating area of one of the many restaurants located here. The cobblestoned square is located by colorful houses and a big plane tree in the middle.
Ice-cream break at Sankt Hans Torv
The perfect place to look at people and rest your legs? Sankt Hans Torv! It’s the biggest public square in the city district Nørrebro. By the square, you’ll find the largest and oldest church in the area, but it’s the people watching that’s best here. As the square is the meeting point of not two streets but six: Blegdamsvej, Nørre Allé, Guldbergsgade, Elmegade, Fælledvej and Sankt Hans Gade.