Volkspark Friedrichshain is a beautiful park located in Friedrichshain neighborhood, it occupies 52 hectares with mixed amenities and playgrounds for all ages, and you can also find young and old people taking a leisure stroll.
This park was designed by Johann Heinrich Gustav Meyer, a landscape architect who held the post of city park director, and it was opened in 1848 but changed in time. The park abounds in monuments, such as: Frederick the Great, The March Revolution of 1848, Spanish Civil War and the Memorial to Polish Soldiers and German Anti-Fascists. It open 24 hours ad is easily accessible by Bus.
Volkspark Humboldthain is a popular holiday destination for locals and foreign people; it's located in the district of Wedding and has a rise in the south and one in the north.
This place offers several activities from walking, picnic, swimming pools, climbing walls and more. One of its look out pint is made of the remains of a large bunker from World War II, its face has been converted into a climbing wall.
Britzer Garten or Britzer Garden occupies over 90 hectares with lots of opportunities for entertainment and beautiful landscapes, gardens and pristine nature.
People can enjoy local art, gastronomy, events, sports, a museum, festivals and more that make of Britzer one of the most beautiful destinations in Germany. You should try to visit this place in Summer to enjoy the Summer Solstice Festival, one of the most popular events with concerts and more.
The Manuerpark literally means Wall Park and is located in Prenzlauer Berg District. This attraction takes its name from its status as a former part of the Berlin Wall (running from Behmstrasse to Bernauer Strasse).
It's an open green space designed by the Hamburg landscape architect Guatav Lange and today it's one of the most visited places for young residents of Berlin because it offers opportunities for entertainment: Basketball, jugglers, musicians and more activities. Itís sometimes also a spot for improvised nightlife and a popular place for graffiti artists to display their work.