While Copenhagen might not be world famous for its cherry blossoms the same way somewhere like Japan is, locals know there are actually several excellent spots around the city to go blossom viewing once Spring rolls around.
However, there is one ultimate cherry blossom spot in Copenhagen, which is my absolute favourite.
Bispebjerg Kirkegaard is located in the North West of the city; the cemetery itself provides a relaxing, leafy stroll if you’re in the area – but it’s the Kirsebær Alle (Cherry Alley) that really shines come April/early May.
I first visited during the height of corona restrictions, so sadly the grassy area surrounding the trees was cordoned off. However, in “normal times”, Copenhageners usually spend the sunny spring days camped out under the pink canopy with good friends & food.
If you’re in the city during this time and would like to visit yourself, you can find a pin directly to Kirsebær Alle here.
To get a little preview of why it’s worth the visit, check out my video below:
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