Best 5 Outdoor Activities To Do In Copenhagen In Spring
For those who are looking for a kind adventure, a must-try outdoor activity in spring is Copenhill, built on top of a resource handling centre in Copenhagen. Copenhill is the world’s first combination ski resort and power plant. The factory is made in a way to look like a mountain and everything you would do at the regular mountains, you can do in Copenhill as well! Take your ski or snowboarding equipment and go for a ride, or rent the equipment in Copenhill. But if skiing is not your thing go for a walk up the hill and see the beautiful view that opens across Copenhagen.
Vindmøllevej 6, 2300 Copenhagen S
Visit a public harbour bath and go for a swim together with the locals. The harbours in Copenhagen are very clean and the water is tested daily, therefore it is safe to swim in them. Islands Brygge has a few different pools both for children and adults. In the summertime, it is a loved area, where the locals hang out, sunbathe and go for a swim, however, Islands Brygge has also become a popular winter – swimming area. Winter swimming in Denmark has become a tradition for many Danish families and every year a winter swimming festival is celebrated. Are you ready to open your swimming season early?
Islands Brygge 14, 2300 Copenhagen S
Go for a walk in the historical Frederiksberg Gardens, landscaped in the reign of King Frederik IV. Frederiksberg Park has many charmful paths and between them, you can see the magnificent Frederiksberg palace and the surrounding garden. Currently, the park has been a beloved meeting and a great picnic place and also, the largest green area in Copenhagen.
There is a path that will take you to the Copenhagen Zoo since it is surrounded by the park and if you are lucky, you might see the elephants daily walking in the Zoo. The park itself is favoured by a variety of birds, but one of the biggest ones is herons.
During the springtime, Frederiksberg Gardens are blossoming and there you can find the beautiful picturesque Sakura trees.
Frederiksberg Runddel 2000 Frederiksberg
Enjoy the Danish spring and meet the deers in the wonderful deer park, with beautiful nature, animals and lakes it is located only a few kilometres outside Copenhagen.
Originally the park was made for hunters and if you are visiting it, definitely stop by the King’s Hunting Lodge. This was a beloved meeting and dining place for the kings when hunting in the surrounding deer park.
Dyrehaven 2930 Klampenborg
If you are visiting Copenhagen in the springtime, take a walk to the Bispebjerg Kirkegård. The Cemetery owns the most Japanese cherry trees in Copenhagen and during the spring the cherry trees create a beautiful blossoming alley. The charming Cemetery has become a beloved place for the locals to hang out and make picnics, and of course, enjoy the pink cherry trees.
Frederiksborgvej 125, 2400 Copenhagen
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