Just around the corner from Norreport station in the heart of Copenhagen you’ll find the often overlooked Ørstedsparken. With a beautiful lake, old bridge, and wonderful series of flowerbeds the combination of high fences and aged trees that line the park keep it shrouded from tourists and locals alike. The nearby Botanical Garden and Kings Garden may get all the attention, but that doesn’t mean that visitors to Copenhagen shouldn’t set aside a few minutes to stroll Ørstedsparken as well. In fall the trees start to change beautiful orange and golden hues which are in turn reflected in the still waters of the lake. In spring, however, the park is at its finest with amazing tulip beds, rich green grass, and vibrantly blooming trees.
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