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Görlitzer Park - Outdoor Activity | Park in Berlin.

Party Earth Review A microcosm of Kreuzberg itself, Görlitzer Park is a popular community gathering spot for everyone from blue-mohawked punks to blue-haired old ladies, with sporting grounds and swimming pools – as well as a location near a number of bars and shops – all promising activities as diverse as its regular crowds. Originally ... more


Bounded by Görlitzer Straße, Wiener Straße, Spreewaldplatz, and The Landwehr Canal
10999 Berlin

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Tiergarten - Outdoor Activity | Park in Berlin.

Party Earth Review Anyone who needs a retreat from the hustle and bustle of Berlin need look no further than Tiergarten, a lush and gorgeous park offering miles of open fields and peaceful rivers. Situated right in the middle of the city, the park is bordered by attractions like the Reichstag and Schloss Bellevue, so it’s a perfect place ... more



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Berlin Parks Overview

Görlitzer Park - Outdoor Activity | Park in Berlin

In a city whose social scene focuses so much on the nightlife, it’s still refreshing to know that there are plenty of outdoor activities and parks in Berlin to keep sun-lovers stimulated as well.

Situated right in the middle of the city, Tiergarten is one of the biggest Berlin parks, and attracts locals and tourists en masse. Bordering both the Reichstag and Schloss Bellevue, the park makes for the perfect retreat after a day of sightseeing. Next to the park is also Berlin’s zoo (which is what Tiergarten actually means in English), which attracts even more tourists and animal lovers to the park on a daily basis.

Because of the bitterly cold winters, the second it warms up in Berlin, the citizens flock to the parks but also find other outdoor activities to partake in. And just because the city is landlocked doesn’t mean the people can’t go to the beach. Two areas, Strandbar Mitte and Badeschiff, are summertime hotspots on the Spree River where Berliners can literally dig their feet in the imported sand and sunbathe as if they were hanging ocean side.

Finally, there’s Mauerpark in Prenzlauer Berg, which turns into a flea market on Sundays, but is also home to bikers, skateboarders, and local wanderers, just looking for an escape from the daily grind.

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