The Beauty of Berlin's Outdoor Spaces
Friday, June 9th
Berlin is a city full of surprises, and the best way to discover them all is to step outside and breathe in the fresh air (especially now that it is almost Summer!). And what better way to do that than by exploring the city’s most beautiful parks and gardens? From lush greenery to breathtaking landscapes, Berlin has it all. So grab your picnic basket and join us on a journey through the best parks and gardens to visit in Berlin!
Let’s start our adventure in the heart of Berlin - Tiergarten, which happens to be one of Andy’s, (our Lead Tallent Acquisition Manager) favorites. This massive park covers over 500 acres and is the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. Take a stroll along the winding paths, enjoy a picnic by the lake, or simply bask in the sun. And don’t forget to visit the Siegessäule, also known as the Victory Column, for stunning views of the city.
Viktoriapark is a beautiful park located in the heart of Berlin’s Kreuzberg neighborhood (the area Klang is located in!). What sets it apart from other parks in the city is its stunning waterfall, which cascades down a man-made hill. Visitors can climb to the top of the hill and enjoy panoramic views of the city. The park also features meandering paths and lots of lush greenery. Whether you’re looking for a peaceful place to read a book or a scenic spot for a picnic, Viktoriapark has something for everyone.
Admiralbrücke is a charming bridge, also located right in Kreuzberg, only a 13-minute walk from our Klang Offices (the old one - the new one is even closer)! The bridge spans the Landwehr Kanal, offering stunning views of the water and the surrounding area. What makes Admiralbrücke really special is its lively atmosphere - locals and visitors alike gather here to relax, play music, and enjoy the sunshine. On warm summer evenings, the bridge becomes a hub of activity, with picnicking and socializing well into the night.
Next on our list is Treptower Park, a hidden gem in the eastern part of the city, and one of our Junior Community Manager Alice’s favorites. This park is home to the Soviet War Memorial, a massive monument commemorating the soldiers who died in World War II. But that’s not all - Treptower Park also boasts a stunning rose garden, a riverside promenade, and a beer garden. So, grab a cold one and enjoy the view!
An overall Klanger favorite, Templehofer Feld is a former airport-turned-public park located in the heart of Berlin. The park spans over 300 hectares, making it one of the largest public spaces in the city! On a sunny day, Templehofer Feld is full of people picnicking, roller skating, dancing, and more. The park also features a community garden, a dog park, and plenty of space for outdoor concerts and events. Whether you’re looking for a place to relax or an opportunity to learn about Berlin’s history, Templehofer Feld is a must-visit destination for anyone traveling to the city!
So there you have it - the best outdoor spaces to visit in Berlin! From gardens to parks, and even bridges, Berlin has many enchanting outdoor areas to visit this Spring and Summer.