Photo Diary: Cherry Blossoms in Stockholm

Cherry blossoms are usually seen as Japanese thing but suprisingly you can see these beautiful pinkish flowers even in cold northern countries like Sweden. During our day trip to Stockholm a few weeks ago the most important thing we wanted to do was to see the popular cherry blossoms on Kungsträdgården.

Earlier today, I asked my sister if sharing post full of cherry blossom photo would be okay. She said no… Apparently this is boring idea. So, here is post full of only cherry blossom photos I took in Stockholm! I am always been kind of rebel and not so good at listening others’ opinions. I hope you enjoy.

Cherry Blossom Trees in Stockholm

Cherry Blossom Trees In Stockholm

We were scared that there wouldn’t be any cherry blossoms left because it was cold day in Stockholm (and it was even snowing at one point). Luckily for us half of the trees were still blossoming and we got to see these beautiful flowers.

Cherry Blossom Trees In Stockholm

Cherry Blossom Trees In Stockholm

We weren’t the only one who had came to central Stockholm to see cherry blossoms. Under the trees everyone from families to excited tourists were taking photos and admiring pink flowers.

Cherry Blossom Trees In Stockholm

Here I am looking totally lost and awkward like usually. But hey, we traveled to Stockholm to see these trees so at least I can share one photo of me with them.

Cherry Blossom Trees In Stockholm


I have to say that seeing a few cherry blossoms in Stockholm made me want to travel back to Japan. Maybe next spring? I love pink and pretty things so seeing even more cherry blossoms would be like a dream. Now I just have to plan this trip, right?

Cherry Blossom Trees In Stockholm

Cherry Blossom Trees In Stockholm

Have you ever seen cherry blossoms? Or what are your favorite beautiful travel spots? Feel free to comment anything like always.

With these cherry blossom photos from Stockholm it is good to start spring. It is snowing today in Finland but my summer holiday started yesterday. Because I don’t have school anymore before autumn I will have more time to write this blog. So, wait for better post next Wednesday! I will come up with something interesting.

With love,

Viivi Severina

32 thoughts on “Photo Diary: Cherry Blossoms in Stockholm

  1. This is so beautiful! (and not boring at all hehe) I know that we have a Japanese garden with cherry blossoms here in Sydney but I’ve never made time to go. I must visit this coming spring!

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  2. I’m pretty sure your sister was just pulling your leg. Is she older? My brother is and did that to me a few times. 😀 Personally, I’m of the belief that cherry blossoms are superbly beautiful, and we can never get enough of them. So, long story short, a beautiful posts.

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      1. So true. But if you manage to convince her, then you’ve struck gold. Is my philosophy with people whose opinions differ from my own. Actually, I like that. Makes things more fun.

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    1. Well I think you can find cherry blossoms from several cities nowadays. Even Finland has cherry trees (more than Stockholm) in Helsinki. So just do some googling and maybe you can find them even closer! 🙂

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  3. This is not a boring blog post idea at all! It’s very lovely ❤ Last year I wanted to catch the cherry blossoms in Helsinki but when I finally had time to go and see them, I heard they'd dropped. I wonder what the situation is with them this year here in Helsinki, as the weather has been so awful. I must find out!

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    1. We were a little scared if there would be them even in Stockholm because this spring has had so crazy weather. But fortunately we saw them. I don’t know about the ones in Helsinki but if not this year you can always go and see them next spring. Thanks for commenting 🙂

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    1. Yeah, it has been crazy weather lately. It was just snowing here in Finland even if it is already April… But apparently it is crazy weather around whole Europe then. Hopefully summer will come this year. 🙂


    1. Well here it is first warm, then cold, then warm again and then it probably starts snowing 😀 but even if I can view them here in Finland I really want to see them in Japan. Thanks for commenting!

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