We were there in as sunny and warm day. We did what the locals did: enjoy the place, had a packet lunch and relax.
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What a wonderful surprise in the midst of a bustling city! Acres and acres of lush greenery with ducks, swans and cranes! It's a pleasure to lie down on the grass and view the expanse of this garden. A small lake like rivulet runs through...More
This was a special place and will always be. This was my reflection ground while i studied at the Copenhagen business School. The park is very well kept and maintained throughout the year. In the winters, there could be some snow on the walkways making...More
beautiful gardens,peace and quiet. You can run ,walk,cycle,have a pic nic or just relax. Heaven on earth. You think you are alone in the middle of nowhere but you are in the city.Amazing!
We went for a walk in this park after having used our bicycles the whole day. There where many people in the park enjoying the nice and sunny weather. The park is really beautiful.
This is one of my favorite gardens in Denmark. It's as if I stepped into the world of Alice in Wonderland, when she went to the Queen of Heart's garden. It's a huge and beautiful place that is well maintained. It's definitely a place to...More
This park ia just magnificent. Lakes, bridges, flowers and quite large. I had a morning jog around here, but stopped many places just to enjoy the scenery. Rowing boats in the corner suggeste you can rent one, but I was there early in the morning...More
Filled with darling children...and a wonderful statue of Hans Christian Anderson! Our guides told us interesting stories of the king who built the park...he was schizophrenic, his doctor suggested the park but also gained lots of power and the favors of his queen...beautiful place for...More
If you need a short break while visiting Copenhagen, go visit this park. Not as crowded as Kongens Have, cleaner, and generally more space to breathe.