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Gardens of the World, Berlin

Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
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4.3/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web
Take a break from the bustle of Germany's capital city at the themed gardens of Gardens of the World. While exploring the 21 hectares (51 acres), you'll be transported to Japan, China, Bali, Korea, Italy, and Morocco. Each area is designed to reflect the architecture, vegetation, and climate of the region. Feel the heat in the Balinese garden (which is inside a greenhouse), and admire the Arabic tile work of the Moroccan garden. Have some fun navigating the maze. Finish your visit with some refreshments from the Chinese teahouse, Chinese restaurant, or French cafe. For travelers who use our online itinerary creator, Berlin holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Gardens of the World and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • Gärten der Welt is a great place for walks with children in early spring, when the Sakura blossoms is incredibly beautiful, late spring when tulips bloom, in the summer you can sit on the grass under a canopy of numerous trees, play ball on the vast glades, and arrange a salute from dried leaves of gold. In this park there are enough places to snack or drink coffee, good children's playgrounds, the train runs along the narrow railway routes. Just very interesting to run under this labyrinth from which it is not so easy to find the exit. To the park without a car can easily be reached from S-Bahn station in the Marzahn 195 bus (stops right outside of the Park)
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  • Here you can experience real different garden architecture. Everything was very attentive and generously applied. Ideal for relaxation and walks.
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  • Beautiful and harmonious landscaped theme gardens that inspire almost the dream. From garden to Garden one feels transported to other worlds. Download plenty of seating to the stay a. Was definitely not my last visit.
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  • Large park with several small/medium themed gardens. The Japanese and South Korean gardens are especially nice, albeit a bit small. The Chinese garden is a bit of a cliché and, considering the stale water smells, not very well maintained. There's also a "Christian" themed lot, which feels like a literal prison. Gärten der Welt will double in size in the next few years and I'm looking forward to visit it again when expended. Worth the travel time.
  • This is another place that is being refurbished is a big way, even placed ski lift in so it can be viewed from a height. Lots of work going on as it is hosting the garden of the year in 2017. This place was amazing before this work started and when finished it will be even better. I cannot wait.
  • Pretty park with a number or cultures represented. Down side is that it's really difficult to reach by public transit. I think we took 3 trains and a bus over 2 hour journey to get there from Mitte.
  • Beautiful park in one of the most infamous parts of Berlin (Marzahn). It's nice to see the contrasts between the socialistic buildings outside and the idyllic park.
  • A hidden gem at the Eastern edge of Berlin. The gardens are beautiful. My favourites are the Japanese and Korean gardens. Well worth the long trip!
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