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Berlin is the city with the most trees in Germany. Here you will find remarkable public or publicly accessible parks and gardens in all districts. Especially recommended are the "Gardens of the World", the "Garden in Charlottenburg Palace" and the "Botanic Garden". Attention: During the prolonged dryness branches can break from the trees!
Mitte
Spreebogenpark

Spreebogenpark

Park
Ludwig-Erhard-Ufer
10117 Berlin




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Lustgarten

Lustgarten

Park
Am Lustgarten 1
10178 Berlin




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Großer Tiergarten

Großer Tiergarten

Park (Large Tiergarten)
Straße des 17. Juni
10557 Berlin




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With 210 hectares, the Großer Tiergarten is the largest park in Berlin, and the second largest urban park area in Germany (compared with Hyde Park in London, which covers an area of 125 hectares, Central Park in New York 335 hectares, the English Garden in Munich even 370 hectares).

Reinickendorf
Greenwichpromenade

Greenwichpromenade

park
Borsigdamm
13507 Berlin




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Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf
Lietzenseepark

Lietzenseepark

Park
Lietzenseeufer 10
14057 Berlin




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Schlossgarten Charlottenburg

Schlossgarten Charlottenburg

Castle Garden
Spandauer Damm 20 - 22
14059 Berlin




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Naturschutzzentrum Ökowerk Berlin e.V.

Naturschutzzentrum Ökowerk Berlin e.V.

information centre with garden
Teufelsseechaussee 22
14193 Berlin


Opening Hours:
We - Fr 10:00 - 18:00
Sa, Su 12:00 - 18:00

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The Nature Conservation Centre Ökowerk Berlin am Teufelssee is a non-governmental information and education centre on issues of environmental education, landscape conservation and nature conservation. It is housed in the former Teufelssee waterworks in Grunewald, in the immediate vicinity of the Teufelsberg. The Ökowerk was opened in 1985 and offers exhibitions, events and courses for children, young people and adults on nature, the environment and ecology.

Steglitz-Zehlendorf
Lilienthalpark u. -gedenkstätte

Lilienthalpark u. -gedenkstätte

Lilienthal Park & Memorial
Schütte-Lanz-Str. 37 - 49
12209 Berlin




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Pfaueninsel

Pfaueninsel

Peacock Island
Nikolskoer Weg 25
14109 Berlin


Opening Hours:
daily 9:00 - 18:00

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The Pfaueninsel is a landscape park in the Havel river. It is displayed entirely as a natural protection area, belongs to the Foundation of Prussian Palaces and Gardens of Berlin-Brandenburg and since 1990, together with the castles and parks of Potsdam Sanssouci and Berlin-Glienicke it is listed as a UNESCO world cultural heritage site. The Pfaueninsel is closely linked with important events and people of Brandenburg- Prussian history.

Botanischer Garten

Botanischer Garten

Botanical Garden
Königin-Luise-Str. 6 - 8
14195 Berlin


Opening Hours:
daily 9:00 - 18:00

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With area of 43 hectares and around 22,000 different plant species the Botanical Garden is one of the most important gardens in the world.

Tempelhof-Schöneberg
Rudolph-Wilde-Park

Rudolph-Wilde-Park

Park
Fritz-Elsas-Straße
10825 Berlin




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Tempelhofer Feld

Tempelhofer Feld

Park
Tempelhofer Damm 90
12101 Berlin




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Green open space on the former airfield of Tempelhof Airport. The grassy areas are used for picnics and the taxiways for skating, cycling, jogging and kiting.

Schöneberger Südgelände

Schöneberger Südgelände

Park
Prellerweg 47-49
12157 Berlin
Fone: 030.700 90 67 60

Opening Hours:
daily 9:00 - 16:00

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The park is characterised by a combination of decaying railway facilities, nature conservation and new art objects.

Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg
Volkspark Friedrichshain

Volkspark Friedrichshain

Park
Am Friedrichshain
10249 Berlin




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Park am Gleisdreieck

Park am Gleisdreieck

Park
Möckernstr 26
10963 Berlin




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The Park am Gleisdreieck is a public green and recreation area in Berlin. The park, which covers around 31.5 hectares, is located on the former railway premises of the Anhalter and Potsdamer goods station at the Gleisdreieck (triangle of tracks).

Viktoriapark

Viktoriapark

Park
Kreuzbergstraße
10965 Berlin




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The Viktoriapark is a 12.8 hectare green area on the Kreuzberg, the highest natural elevation in Berlin's city centre.

Neukölln
Körnerpark

Körnerpark

Park
Schierker Str. 8
12051 Berlin




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The approximately 2.4-hectare park facility resembles a castle park. Besides water games (including fountains) there is an Orangerie, a cafe and a gallery with changing exhibitions.

Britzer Garten

Britzer Garten

Park
Tauernallee 1
12349 Berlin
Fone: 030.700 906 80

Opening Hours:
daily 9:00 - 16:00

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The garden, named after the town of Britz in the Berlin district of Neukölln, was created in 1985 to the then cut off population from the surrounding area in the south east of West Berlin to offer a new Country Park. It has 90 hectares and offers nature and garden art (Rose Garden, rhododendron grove), game reserves and vast lawns, architecture and art (Karl Foerster Pavilion), lakes and hills, and colorful flower beds. You can travel around the site in the Britz Museum train. Besides the restaurant on the Kalenderplatz is also Europe¹s largest sundial.

Gutspark Britz

Gutspark Britz

park
Alt-Britz 103
12359 Berlin




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The entire ensemble of manor, fieldstone church, village square, village pond, cemetery and pastorate belongs to the few remaining village centres. typical village locations. In the manor house and the historical buildings of the manor are exhibitions and cultural events. offered by the District Office of Neukölln and the Kulturstiftung Schloss Britz. Especially the "Britzer Musiksommer" attracts many visitors.

Treptow-Köpenick
Treptower Park

Treptower Park

Park
Am Treptower Park 70
12435 Berlin




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Müggelpark Friedrichshagen

Müggelpark Friedrichshagen

Park
Josef-Nawrocki-Straße
12587 Berlin




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Small park at the lake Großer Müggelsee with harbour bar and landing stage for ships

Marzahn-Hellersdorf
Gärten der Welt

Gärten der Welt

Gardens of the world - Oriental Garden
Eisenacher Str. 99
12685 Berlin




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Gärten der Welt

Gärten der Welt

Renaissance garden
Eisenacher Str. 99
12685 Berlin


Opening Hours:
daily from 9:00

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The Park 'Gärten der Welt' (Gardens of the World) is located in the Marzahn-Hellersdorf district. It was opened on 9 May 1987 on the occasion of Berlin's 750th anniversary celebrations. as a Berlin garden show and a gift from the gardeners to the capital of the GDR. At that time it covered an area of 21 hectares. and was a counterpart to the Britzer Garten, which was inaugurated in 1985 at the BUGA in West Berlin. The large fenced area comprises several gardens showing typical plants and designs from different parts of the world.

Lichtenberg
Zentralfriedhof Friedrichsfelde

Zentralfriedhof Friedrichsfelde

Central Cemetery Friedrichsfelde
Gudrunstr. 20
10365 Berlin




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The Zentalfriedhof Friedrichsfelde in Berlin-Lichtenberg (until 1920 Berlin-Friedrichsfelde) is one of the best-known cemeteries in Berlin. It is famous for the Memorial to the socialists, a burial place for many social democratic, socialist and communist politicians and activists, including Karl Liebknecht and Rosa Luxemburg.

Pankow
Mauerpark

Mauerpark

park
Gleimstr. 55
10437 Berlin




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The Mauerpark is a park in Berlin. Its name goes back to the Berlin Wall erected in 1961, which formed the border between the former districts of Prenzlauer Berg and Wedding. Almost every Sunday in summer, Joe Hatchiban from Dublin offers karaoke for everyone on the stage of the amphitheatre with his orange-coloured cargo bicycle which has been converted into a karaoke station.

Jüdischer Friedhof Weißensee

Jüdischer Friedhof Weißensee

Jewish Cemetery
Herbert-Baum-Str. 45
13088 Berlin


Opening Hours:
Su - Th 8:00 - 17:00
Fr 8:00 - 14:30

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The Jewish Cemetery Berlin-Weißensee is a burial ground of the Jewish Community of Berlin built in 1880. With an area of 42 hectares it is the largest preserved Jewish cemetery in Europe with almost 116,000 graves. It has been a listed building since the 1970s.

Bürgerpark Pankow

Bürgerpark Pankow

Park
Wilhelm-Kuhr-Str. 85
13187 Berlin




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