Bright vibrant colors of beautiful blossoms galore!
The University of Copehagen Botanical Garden [Øster Farimagsgade 2B, 1353 København K, Denmark] is a must see for naturalists visiting the city. The park is free to visit, and a stop at the wondrous glass conservatory is a great beginning. Just a note, it is hot in the dome, and it gets noticeably hotter if you head up the elegant spiral stairs.
The beautiful tropical trees and plants are worth the walk through the sauna however, and you can’t miss the view looking down from the top. Heading back down and into the next room you get immediate relief from the stifling heat, and your first dose of flowers. Take your time and study the intricate shapes and designs of nature’s creation.
Maybe it was just being in Copenhagen, or that fact that the warm sun decided to peak out for the afternoon on our stroll, but this place just gave me a real hygge feeling. It is a great place to slow down and feed your senses, make observations, and celebrate little moments. If you are a lover of nature and botanical gardens this is certainly a magical place to visit on your trip to Copenhagen.