Most beautiful parks in Berlin

Berlin is known for its parks, and they’re one of the best things about it. These are my personal favorites, but there are many more equally beautiful parks in Berlin.

Tiergarten

Tiergarten is the oldest park in Berlin, which means that it has had plenty of time to evolve. The 446-acre (1.8 km2) park has been a popular spot for tourists and locals since its inception in the 17th century. It’s home to many different kinds of trees, including oaks and lindens, and many different kinds of wildlife (such as deer). You can walk or picnic here, run or bike ride along its paths—or just sit back and enjoy the scenery!

Volkspark Friedrichshain

The Volkspark Friedrichshain is a beautiful park in the middle of a residential area. It’s perfect for relaxing, exercising, and having picnics with your friends. The park is popular with locals because it’s just far enough from the city center to feel like you’re getting away from it all, but still close enough that you can get there by public transport.

The Volkspark has plenty of space for visitors to spread out and enjoy themselves outdoors. There are plenty of benches scattered throughout the park where you can sit down and catch up on your reading or just watch people pass by while enjoying the beautiful weather that Berlin has been known for since time immemorial (or at least since they started keeping records).

Viktoriapark

The Viktoriapark is a beautiful green space in Berlin’s Prenzlauer Berg neighborhood, and it’s worth checking out if you’re looking for some tree-filled relaxation. The park is about 3.5 hectares large, so there’s plenty of room to get lost among the trees and enjoy some fresh air. There are also plenty of spots where you can sit back and relax, including along the pond or by one of the rose gardens. And if you want to bring your kids along with you on your exploration of this lovely park? Go right ahead! The playground will keep them entertained while they wait for their mommy or daddy to finish admiring all their surroundings!

If you don’t mind getting out into nature on a hot summer afternoon, this one’s definitely worth checking out: it’ll let everyone cool off while still enjoying an urban atmosphere—and there’s no better way to spend your summer afternoon than that!

Treptower Park

Treptower Park is a memorial park in Berlin, Germany. It is located on the bank of the Spree river and is the largest park in Berlin. The park includes a Soviet War Memorial and a Soviet Army Monument, both of which were built after World War II.

The monument consists of an obelisk with three bronze reliefs (to honor the soldiers who died during World War II) and serves as a reminder of all those who suffered under Nazi rule. The headless statue represents peace because it does not have arms or legs – just like how WW2 came to an end with no winners or losers but instead everyone was affected by this war.

Park Sanssouci

Park Sanssouci is one of the largest parks in Berlin, located in Potsdam. It’s home to many historic buildings, including the Neues Palais and Orangerie palace (as well as the Belvedere), Brandenburg Gate (the gate itself), New Palace and more.