What Is the Best Berlin Park to Visit in Summer?

What Is the Best Berlin Park to Visit in Summer?, Berlin, Germany (B)

Did you know that Berlin is one of the greenest metropolises in all of Europe? With over 2.500 public green- and recreational areas it belongs to the greenest cities worldwide. These urban parks and green spaces are more than just stretches of grass or trees amidst buildings and traffic. They can provide a haven for stresses city people and offer a form of peace and home to those who are in need of escaping the everyday bustle of the city.

So what if you are visiting, moving-to or living in such as green city as Berlin and are looking for the right Berlin park for you to rest? We sprawled across the city and have put together a list of our top Berlin parks with some info on each to make that search a bit easier for you.

The Tempelhofer Feld is a former airport which now turned into one of the largest urban park areas in the world. It has become a very popular recreational center for Berliners and the large green area is a great spot for meeting up for grilling and partying. The former tarmac runway is now used by cyclists, bladers, kite-surfers and joggers who enjoy the space for their sports. You can also find an urban gardening area here to relax and enjoy some food and drinks.Hint: There are no trees here, so be prepared on hot and sunny days! ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: What Is the Best Berlin Park to Visit in Summer?
Guide Location: Germany » Berlin
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Julian Schonfelder
Read it on Author's Website: http://apenoni.com/best-berlin-park-visit-summer/
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Tempelhofer Feld
  • Tiergarten
  • Viktoriapark
  • Volkspark Friedrichshain
  • Volkspark Humboldthain
  • Wasserturm
  • Görlitzer Park
  • Treptower Park
  • Schlosspark
  • Mauerpark
  • Thai Park

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