Parks in Berlin

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Parks in Berlin

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  • NemoTraveler
    Aarhus, Denmark415 contributions
    Treptower Park is situated in the southeastern part of Berlin. The park is huge, more than 80 hectares, and nice and inviting green area along the Spree River. The S-Bahn station Treptower Park is within walking distance, alternatively buses run on both Am Treptower Pak and on Puschkinallee.

    The impressive war memorial is part of the Park and was inaugurated in 1949 to commomerate the estimated 80,000 Soviet soldiers who fell in the battle of Berlin in 1945. The memorial is also cemetery for about 5,000 of these troops. A 12 meter high statue of a Soviet soldier and several huge sarcophagi with carvings are important parts of the monument.
    Written November 3, 2021
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  • Ozlem S
    Istanbul, Turkey1,254 contributions
    Lots of different plants on a huge land. There is a greenhouse which has different continent examples. The signs and information are not clear or tourist friendly.
    Written September 10, 2021
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  • Mikael F
    Helsinki, Finland23,629 contributions
    Kurfürstendamm (or Ku’damm) is one of Berlin’s most famous park streets and an important shopping street.

    Many of the most famous clothing designers have their shops along this street. You can also find many hotels, restaurants, and bars.
    Written August 3, 2021
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  • Darius D
    1 contribution
    This area in Berlin is worth visiting. It's located in Berlin-Prenzlauerberg and can easily reached on foot or with the U-Bahn. The place itself is nothing special, just an average one, however, you definitely have to include it in your "Berlin to-do-list". It's a "must see" because you can find whatever your heart desires: a great flew market, food trucks (I can recommend the burritos) and an open mic every Sunday. Comfortably come to the end of the day, having a glass of wine or a beer in one of the plenty bars in the surrounding streets.
    Written May 10, 2021
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  • Lucas M
    Belgium77 contributions
    Easy to access by public transport, and worth a visit on a sunny day (or at least a dry day). Pretty cool to walk along the runway of an abandoned airport.
    Written April 6, 2022
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  • TomM
    Germany77 contributions
    The island is nicely located in Berlin Wannsee and wonderful for a walk and talk whilst watching the peacocks and other birds. The restaurant on the island was closed for covid restrictions but the trip with the double decker bus through the woods and the little ferryboat alone was worth going there.
    Written February 14, 2022
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  • Marijana M
    6 contributions
    Don't miss this place,
    really good and interesting spot. You may find it a bit strange but nice. Def rec
    Written February 27, 2020
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  • Christian M
    Copenhagen, Denmark2,392 contributions
    Volkspark Friedrichshain is a green oasis in the massive stone jungle called Berlin.

    Here you can lie down in the grass, chill on the benches, take walk or a run, play volley ball, remember and honour soldiers who fell during WWII - and if you have a dog there is a secluded area where she can play with other happy dogs.
    Written September 10, 2021
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  • Clogs
    Warsaw, Poland2,945 contributions
    Monument to Käthe Kollwitz-Schmidt, productive and prolific artist and sculptor, who left with her works quite a legacy, beloved by Berliners. Her works are spread all over, fro.lm Germany to Belgium. Her monument depicts Käthe at an old age, she was quite objective and honest in her depictions of herself. Nice execution, quite photogenic. The statue gleams where folks climb on top of it for a picture, or just to sit and see what Käthe sees. Nice work.
    Written July 3, 2020
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  • Clogs
    Warsaw, Poland2,945 contributions
    Kind of grungy looking park with a hillock in the middle, definite local folk ambiance, many folks lounging on the hillside watching the sunset on lazy summer evenings, there's a nice little artificial waterfall running down the hill from the bastion on the top, with people having a bath, children splashing around, running barefoot down the footpath, cute and funny. The monument at the top of the hill features a sculpture dedicated to the Napoleonic liberation wars. One has nice views of the park and the city from the monument's platform. In fact on summer evenings there can be quite a few people lounging on the steps, taking pictures, talking, enjoying a beer. Nice vibe. At the foot of the hill, down the path along the waterfall, there is a little pond featuring a sculpture called "Rare haul" (Der seltene Fang) by Herter, depicting a fisherman struggling to catch a mermaid. Cool visit.
    Written August 14, 2020
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  • CattyKy
    Israel1,465 contributions
    A lovely walk in nature for the walking, running, swimming lovers and for those who are not afraid to reach the points a little distance from the center. In the villa suburb of Berlin (Steglitz-Zehlendorf district in the southwest of the city) lies a charming lake and around a 6 km circular path. There is also a cafe and restaurant. Walking around the lake is like walking in a scenic postcard. The swans in the water and the tranquility worth the trip. You can have a swim in the summer and you will find quite a few locals stripping their clothes, hanging them on a tree and swimming in the cool water. The lake is easy reachable by the S-Bahn metro. Just get out of the station named after the lake - Schlachtensee, get down to the lake, try to remember where you got off so you will know where to get back and start walking around the lake. You can have a cup of coffe, beer or a meal at the on-site restaurant. Have a relaxing and wonderful time!
    Written August 31, 2019
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  • Mikael F
    Helsinki, Finland23,629 contributions
    Marx-Engels-Forum is a public park named after Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, the authors of The Communist Manifesto of 1848. Both are also regarded as two of the most influential people in the socialist movement.

    The park was created by the authorities of the former German Democratic Republic (GDR) in 1986. The park houses a bronze statue of Marx and Engels by sculptor Ludwig Engelhardt.

    This sculpture, larger than life-size, depicts Marx seated and Engels standing. Behind the statue is a wall with reliefs showing scenes from the history of the German socialist movement.

    Here you sit on Marx's knee and have photos taken.
    Written May 8, 2022
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  • Scottie96
    Frisco, TX208 contributions
    We had a great time here last weekend with our family. We all love Thai food and this is as authentic as it gets. Place is fill of little families set up to make simple Thai food on little makeshift outdoor kitchens. ZERO health and safety in place but the food was awesome, people more so and the prices more than fair. Take a blanket to sit in the park on and definitely visit the German lady that makes the best Mojitos.
    Written July 2, 2019
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  • Leslie C.
    6 contributions
    Our family has lived on the edge of Grunewald forest ever since we moved to Berlin more than 50 years ago. In summer we can swim in one of two nearby lakes surrounded by the forest. Joggers do their rounds on earthen paths circling the lakes. Bike riders spend hours in the solitude of the woods.In winter when there's snow X-country skiers traverse the huge forest.
    Written February 3, 2022
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  • Mikael F
    Helsinki, Finland23,629 contributions
    The Lustgarten is a park-like square in the historic city center. Berlin Cathedral and Altes Museum are located next to it.

    This garden has its roots in the 16th century when Elector Johann Georg had a swamp near his castle drained to create room for a fruit and herb garden.

    There is a fountain in the middle of the garden.
    Written August 1, 2021
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