Volkspark am Weinberg
The name of the park goes back to the former vineyards, which used to be there.
The Lustgarten is a park on Museum Island in central Berlin, near the site of the former Berliner Stadtschloss (Berlin City Palace), to which it originally belonged. The Lustgarten, originally a private garden, has at various times been used as a parade ground, a place for mass rallies and a public park.
With 210 hectares, it is the largest park in Berlin, and the second largest urban park area in Germany.
Geschichtspark Ehemaliges Zellengefängnis Moabit
Invalidenstr. 54 - 55
In 2003 work began on the 3.1 million-euro "historical former Moabit prison cells”. On 26 October 2006, the park was presented to the press and opened to the public.
Afrikanische Str. 45
The memorial garden is approximately 70 ha (within Goethe Park about 115 hectares) and besides footpaths and lawns, offers visitors also an animal pen, a toboggan run, sports fields and an open-air stage.
Freizeit- u. Erholungspark Lübars
Founded on war ruins. Great In the summer for picnics, sunbathing and playing, and in the winter there’s a toboggan slide.
The Hahneberg is not made of war ruins like Teufelsberg but emerged from a gravel pit in which then further excavation was unloaded. After the closure of the landfill, the artificial hill, which rises about 45 meters above the surrounding ground level was transformed into a recreational area directly on the border with East Germany.
Kolonie an der Hallig
Spandauer Damm 20 - 22
Together with the neighboring Schöneberg Rudolph Wilde Park, the Park is a total of about 2.5 km long and about 150 meters wide of urban green.
Teufelsberg (German for Devil's Mountain) is a hill in Berlin, Germany, in former West Berlin. It rises about 80 meters above the surrounding Brandenburg plain, more precisely the north of Berlin's Grunewald forest.
It is an artificial hill with a curious history: it was built by the Allies after the Second World War from the rubble of Berlin during the following twenty years as the city was rebuilt. One estimate for the amount of rubble is about 12 million cubic meters, or about 400 000 buildings. >> Wikipedia
Lilienthalpark u. -gedenkstätte
Schütte-Lanz-Str. 37 - 49
Königin-Luise-Str. 6 - 8
Botanical Garden in Berlin (German: Botanischer Garten und Botanisches Museum Berlin-Dahlem) is a large botanical garden in Berlin. With area of 43 hectares and around 22,000 different plant species it is one of the most important gardens in the world. >> Wikipedia
Nikolskoer Weg 25
The Pfaueninsel is a landscape park in the Havel near Potsdam. 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.
Tempelhofer Damm 90
This landmark is at the upper end of the slope, the National Monument on the Kreuzberg, which has a great view over Berlin.. At the National Monument there’s a striking-artificial waterfall that stretches to the foot of the mountain to the Kreuzbergstraße.
Görlitzer Str. 1 - 3
On the grounds of the old Görlitzer station is now the Görlitzer Park The site of the station was built in the 1990s as a park. Today, the Görlitzer Park is one of the large parks and local recreation areas in Kreuzberg.
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.
Sangerhauser Weg 1
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. The site can be driven with the Britz Museum train. Besides the restaurant on the Kalenderplatz is also Europe's largest sundial.
Am Treptower Park 70
Treptower Park is a park along the river Spree in Treptow, in the district of Treptow-Köpenick, south of central Berlin. The park is a popular place for recreation of Berliners and a tourist attraction. Its most prominent feature is the Soviet War Memorial (sometimes translated as the "Soviet Cenotaph"), built to the design of the Soviet architect Yakov Belopolsky to commemorate the 20,000 Soviet soldiers who fell in the Battle of Berlin in April-May 1945. It was opened four years after the war ended on May 8, 1949.
Gärten der Welt (Koreanischer Garten)
Eisenacher Str. 99
Gärten der Welt (Japanischer Garten)
Eisenacher Str. 99
Gärten der Welt (Orientalischer Garten)
Eisenacher Str. 99
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.
The Friedrichshain was the first municipal park area of Berlin. After twelve years of construction in 1913, with the Märchenbrunnen [romance fountain], designed by Ludwig Hoffmann, one of the most beautiful fountains of the city was completed.
Volkspark Prenzlauer Berg
The highest point of Prenzlauer Berg is today 91 meters above the sea level in the North East at Volkspark Prenzlauer Berg. This hill emerged after the Second World War by heaping up war ruins of the inner city and the subsequent planting.
Jüdischer Friedhof Weissensee
At the end of the 17th Century Freiherr von Pöllnitz arranged the park in the Dutch style, and diverted the water of the river Panke into ponds and canals. In Schlosspark Buch you’ll find today 14 bridges including the smallest bridge of Berlin.