Following a long and cold winter, Copenhagen is embracing the arrival of warmer spring temperatures and nowhere is that more evident than the cherry trees throughout the city.
Tourists and locals alike are absorbing sunlight while taking pictures of the trees in full bloom. OK, mostly they're taking selfies, but you get the idea.
It is quite a sight after all, specially after months of early nights, bitter cold and drab grey.
See the photo gallery here.
If you want to see the beautiful spring blooms for yourself, the best spots for cherry blossoms are Bispebjerg Cemetery, Kongens Have and Langelinie.
Click on the photo for more images from Kongens Have. Photo: Juan Franco