Stepping in to Copenhagen’s Botanical gardens. A treasure in the centre of the city. A place of tranquility so very close to the bustling area surrounding Nørreport station.
While entering the gardens the noise is silenced and grey streets turn into luscious greenery where wildlife quietly inhabit’s the lake and surrounding land.
Over looking the 10 hectares of space sits the ‘Palm house’ dates back to 1874, filled with beautiful palms and botanical delights. It’s the largest Botanical garden in Denmark and in truth it’s a small Kew Gardens (London) but no less impressive. A place to visit to escape the shopping streets and enjoy lustrous nature while admiring the architecture of the glass house and the large variety of greenery it houses.