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Tiergarten
Berlin's Greenest Space
Wintertime Stroll Through Tiergarten Park
Tiergarten
Berlin's Greenest Space
Wintertime Stroll Through Tiergarten Park
Tiergarten
Berlin isn’t exactly short of impressive parks, but the 520-acre Tiergarten, stretching westward from Brandenburg Gate, is one of its largest, most central, and most historic. The area, originally a royal hunting ground, became a park in the 18th century, and prominent landscape architect Peter Joseph Lenné redesigned it in the 19th century with some English garden elements. Largely destroyed during World War II, the park was subsequently used to grow potatoes and other food for starving locals. Today’s replanted garden attracts strollers, joggers, bladers, and cyclists with its landscaped meadows, lakes and gardens, and winding paths. There are also several historical monuments and a couple of excellent beer gardens such as the Café am Neuen See and Schleusenkrug, both perfect stops for pre- or post-stroll sustenance.
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Berlin's Greenest Space
Tiergarten Park is the largest public park in central Berlin and is a surprisingly cool (as in temperature) retreat in the summer. Heavily forested, with wide walkways, boulevards, and hidden spots of seclusion, the Tiergarten is one of the easiest and most interesting escapes from city life in Berlin.
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Wintertime Stroll Through Tiergarten Park
One of my favorite parks in Berlin, Tiergarten has it all: fountains, monuments, public art, open spaces, bike paths, and trees. In the wintertime, the park is one of the best ways to experience nature in a convenient and easy way. Getting to Tiergarten is straightforward using public transportation, and once you're in the park, you're never very far from city life. But there's something special in the way the walkways are laid out. It feels like you're in a scene from a fairy tale.
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Tiergarten, Berlin, Germany