If I was moving to Copenhagen, I know exactly which apartment I’d want, right on the edge of Rosenborg Castle Gardens [Gothersgade 11, 2300 København K, Denmark].
It’s the tiny yellow one in the middle, with a huge window to look out on this incredible park. Rosenborg Castle Gardens, or sometimes simply Kings Garden, is a large and very open park filled with beauty and wonder. It is the oldest of the royal gardens constructed in the 1600s. The plentiful flowerbeds doubled with the cheery architecture create a magical border for this park enclosed by walls.
There is a plethora of little areas to explore, and I had to pop into the children’s park after enjoying the one at Frederiksberg so much. You must enter through a gate to find dinosaurs, their eggs, and lots of small children in their own fairy tales.
Or you can opt to take a tour of the castle. We had a packed day so we marveled for a few moments and kept trucking. There is so much magic and beauty within the walls of this amazing park, it truly adds color, splendor, and a bit of history to your Copenhagen trip.