What places are worth seeing in Berlin? The most interesting and visited Parks according to visitors’ reviews. Map, photos and a short description.
Große Sternallee, 10785 Berlin, Germany
Tiergarten is a favorite vacation spot residents and visitors of Berlin. The park covers a huge area of 200 hectares with a length of paths of 30 kilometers.
2. Alt-Treptow, 12435 Berlin, Germany
Treptow – park – one from Berlin parks, on the banks of the Spree River. It is famous for the fact that it contains the Soviet War Memorial, on the site where more than 7,000 soldiers who died in the battles for Berlin are buried.
Unnamed Road, 10178 Berlin, Germany
Lustgarten is a park on the Museum Island in the center of Berlin, part of the City Palace. The park, conceived as a household for the palace, has undergone many renovations, including after the Second World War, when it was completely destroyed.
4. Berlin Botanical Garden
Unnamed Road, 14195 Berlin, Germany
Berlin Botanical Garden is a large collection of 22 thousand living plants, located on the territory of about 43 getars. Built in the period 1897 – 1910. under the direction of Adolf Heinrich Gustav Engler.
5. Berlin Zoo
Unnamed Road, 10787 Berlin, Germany
Berlin Zoo is a zoological garden in Berlin, the largest in Europe, located on 35 hectares, contains 15,000 animals, 1,500 species. About 2.6 million people visit the zoo every year.
6. Körner Park
Unnamed Road, 12053 Berlin, Germany
Körnerpark – a small park on the site of a clay quarry, appeared in 1912 and became a place of rest for the townspeople. A popular meeting place for local immigrants.
7. Park Gorlitzer
Görlitzer Str. 3, 10997 Berlin, Germany
Park Görlitzer is a park in the center of Berlin that has gained fame as an immigrant, where illegal activities flourish. It is better to refrain from visiting in the dark.
8. Friedrichshain People’s Park
Unnamed Road, 10249 Berlin, Germany
Friedrichshain People’s Park is the first city park in Berlin to be included in the list of protected historic sites. The initiator of the creation of the park is the director of the Royal Parks of Berlin, Peter Lenne. Prak opened in 1848.
Unnamed Road, 10437 Berlin, Germany
Mauerpark is a public park in Berlin, the name translates as “Wall Park”. Named after the Berlin Wall that ran through it. Currently, the park is popular with young people as a meeting and pastime.
10. Fritz-Schloss Park
Unnamed Road, 10557 Berlin, Germany
The Fritz-Schloss Park is not far from the center of Berlin, well equipped for sports and walking with children.