Record warmth: cherry blossoms bloom earlier and earlier

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It’s about time: March 20 marks the official start of spring, so the ever-popular cherry blossom is making its grand entrance. However, this year is earlier than usual due to the unusually warm temperatures. Climate change is also impacting the cherry blossom season, both in Japan and Europe. Warmer temperatures are causing the trees to start flowering earlier, resulting in a shift in the flowering time. This is particularly evident in cities such as Tokyo and Washington DC, where the cherry blossoms bloom earlier and earlier, attracting tourists worldwide.
From Japan to Europe
Every year, people worldwide are delighted by the cherry blossom, a symbol of spring and transitory beauty. The Japanese Hanami festival, which celebrates the arrival of the Sakura trees, is just the beginning. The cherry trees blossom in Europe, bathing cities such as Paris, Berlin, and Edinburgh in a magical pink. Find out more about the variety of European Hanami festivals and discover the cultural treasures that go hand in hand with this blossoming season.

Cherry blossom in Tokyo and its cultural significance
In Japan, cherry blossoms are a natural phenomenon and a deeply rooted cultural tradition. The Hanami festival marks the beginning of spring and is celebrated by locals and visitors alike. The delicate sakura blossoms symbolize beauty, transience, and the appreciation of nature. During Hanami, people gather under the blossoming trees to admire the beauty of nature and celebrate life.

A piece of Japan in the middle of Vienna
Setagaya Park in Döbling is the place to be if you want to admire cherry blossoms. No wonder it can get quite crowded here when they are in bloom. But the park is also worth a visit at any other time of year.

Donaupark: nature along the Danube
There are many opportunities for recreation along the Danube in Donaupark, including walks under beautiful cherry trees. They are particularly easy to find behind the UNO and the Vienna International Center, near the Danube Tower.

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