With the itsy-bitsy Rosenborg Castle as its painterly backdrop, the King’s Garden patterned crocus lawn generally blooms somewhere between early and mid-March. The King’s Garden (Kongens Have) is located a short walk from Kongens Nytorv Metro Station. The perfect Instagram spot!
14-15 March 2020
Copenhagen Bike Show
Scandinavia’s largest bicycle fair. More than 80 producers of everything from e-bikes to cargo bikes will be present in Øksnehallen (meatpacking district). Nearest metro station: Copenhagen Central Station. Info here.
18-29 March 2020
One of Europe’s biggest annual documentary festivals takes place in Copenhagen at the city’s art house cinemas. Info here.
27 March 2020
Performance of choral compositions by Gerald Finzi and Benjamin Britten by the Copenhagen Royal Chapel Choir and soloists at the Copenhagen Cathedral (Our Lady’s Church) in commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II. Info here and tickets here. Nearest metro station: Rådhuspladsen (M3) or Nørreport (M2 and M1).
27 March 2020
Opening of the M4 metro line
The first section of the M4 metro line is set to open on 27 March 2020, travelling from Copenhagen Central Station to Orientkaj Station in the Nordhavn district. This will add two new stations to the metro system and allow 24/7 access for travellers to the city’s new designer docklands. Cruise ship passengers docking in Nordhavn will also enjoy easier access to the city centre. Read more here.
27 March – October 2020
Reffen street food market
The Reffen street food market in the city’s former shipyard, Refshaleøen, opens for the summer season on 27 March. The market features food stalls, music events and sun-kissed chill-out. The former shipyard is also home to a contemporary art centre and hangoutable bars and eateries. Access via electric city bus 2A from Christianshavn Metro Station or by harbour waterbus. Info here.