Created in 1606 when King Christian IV acquired the land for building Rosenborg Castle, this urban park sees over 2.5 million visitors a year. Kavalergangen (Knight's Path) is lined with lime trees, and can trace its history back to 1649.
With a flight back to the US in the early afternoon, I spent most of my morning walking around Copenhagen, taking in as much as possible. As it turns out, you can actually cover quite a respectable number of beautiful and historic sites if you walk pretty much non-stop. Walking through the garden was a nice break from dodging the parade of rush hour cyclists.
The grounds of Rosenborg Castle Garden.