We went in winter and can only imagine how beautiful it would be in summer. However, we enjoyed our stroll through the park. It was very peaceful.
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We relaxed one day in the Tiergarten, the largest park in Berlin conveniently in the geographical center of the city. Once a hunting reserve, the forest was transformed into a landscaped park in the 1830s. Many avenues are lined with statues of national celebrities, including...More
This was a very nice green park in the city. We had a nice walk around a very small section, but its nice to be in the middle of a city and be able to walk in such a place surrounded by trees, plants and...More
We walked through the Gardens on our way into the city and it was wonderful, there was snow on the ground and very few people, we even built a small snow man. the rose garden would be something to see during the summer. but overall...More
Tiergarten was close to the hotel we stayed (Maritim Hotel Berlin). the place is beautiful for long walks or cycling. The park is right in the middle of the city.
We’ve been to Tiergarten in Summer and now Winter. A quiet park with more locals jogging or walking their dogs. A few white blossoms but mainly all cut back for Winter. Still a nice change from the concrete city.
My recommendation is to walk the Southern Side of the part and go from the "big sites" around the Brandeburger Gate over to downtown (former) West Berlin. You can walk past the Soviet War Memorial not far from the Gate, climb the Victory Column, turn...More
This massive park is much more beautiful than Central Park in NYC and well kept. It's a great place to relax, ride a bike, stroll through or enjoy a picnic. I had the opportunity to visit as the leaves we're falling and it was truly...More