What to see and do in Germany: Berlin parks and gardens

  If you are tired of Berlin museums or only would like to rest, take a walk to parks Berlin. Berlin is a surprisingly green city, with luxuriant trees softening the effect of the stone apartment blocks in many streets. Berlin have so much green from the largest to the smallest and open space throughout. Parks in Berlin are the great places to go with a toddler. There are plenty of playgrounds.
The Central Park in New York, the Hyde Park in London and Tiergarten in Berlin. Tiergarten park in Berlin has the 3km wide and 1km deep "lung of the city" as an inner city island. This park is the meeting point of the city at the weekend. It is now a favorite destination for cyclists, joggers and summer barbecues

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   Tiergarten is the largest urban park in the city and everywhere are statues of historical and stone sculptures around, which is sometimes funny. Berlin Tiergarten park is the home to the residence of the German President, Schloss Bellevue and the Carillon. Tiergarten park is the 'fan mile’ is visiting large events like the Love Parade Berlin or Berlin Marathon.

   Designed as a hunting ground for the Elector, For a more romantic setting, go for a stroll in the Schlosspark Charlottenburg. A lovely Baroque garden behind the palace merges with a large green park that was landscaped in the English style in the early 19th century. It includes an artificial lake, ponds and rivers.

   Treptower Park in Berlin is a lovely recreation park along the river Spree.
The oldest public park in Berlin is the Volkspark Friedrichshain. It is home to the lovely pond, tennis courts, a wading pool, and a restaurant. Your kids in Berlin will fall in love with this park. During December, January and February a toboggan run is opened here.

   My kid love small park area at the Residenzstraße (U Bahn Franz-Neumann Platz) at the Schäfersee. The area felt very safe, I walked the streets alone to area restaurants. There is lovely cheap Berlin restaurant “Cafe am See”, playground and the small lake with red fishes and ducks. Everybody can feed them.
Be sure to visit Botanischer Garten Berliner park.

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