Summer in Berlin: Things to Do Outdoors

Summer can be considered one of the best seasons to go to Berlin, as you have the opportunity to visit the main city attractions while enjoying a barbecue in the parks, drinking cocktails, and eating exotic types of ice cream. Once the sun finally comes out, the streets fill up with people who are just happy to be getting some vitamin D. Therefore, if you are lucky to visit this city in summer, you can get a huge amount of impressions by visiting the places suggested below.

1. Pfaueninsel

Nikolskoer Weg, 14109 Berlin, Germany

As a part of the Palaces and Parks of Potsdam and Berlin UNESCO World Heritage, this island plays an essential role as a tourist attraction. If you want to escape from the overheated city center of Berlin, you should definitely come here. On the one hand, it does not have any stores or parking lots; on the other hand, this place can be selected for taking a walk with a picnic and some champagne to celebrate the occasion.

2. Tiergarten

Strasse des 17. Juni 100, 10557 Berlin Germany

This inner-city park is situated in the center of the city where you can find tree-lined paths, sunbathing lawns, café, and a beer garden at a lake. Furthermore, it consists of plenty of statues, memorials, and even a palace. For example, the Victory Column, Bismarck Memorial, Soviet War Memorial, and Bellevue Palace belong to this public park.

3. Gardens of the World

Blumberger Damm 44, 12685 Berlin, Germany

Opened in 1987, this garden park was originally named Berlin Garden Exhibition. Today, it represents parts of Asia, Europe, and the Mid East with the help of 10 traditional themed gardens, 9 contemporary show gardens, and a variety of other attractions. An area of 43 hectares offers the opportunity to sail into the site in a ropeway cabin, appreciate the site’s fountains, or enjoy an open-air concert in the Arena.

4. Humboldthain Park

Brunnenstraße, 13357 Berlin, Germany

The memorial garden can be visited by city guests for a short and quiet walk as well as for active pastime. For instance, here you are able to be engaged in climbing, jogging, and swimming. However, if you prefer quiet pastime, you can take advantage of a stunning view of West Berlin, running trails, a rose garden, and a water park.

5. Grunewald

Havelchaussee 61

14193  Berlin

Located in southwest Berlin, this forest suggests options for a variety of individuals, including dog lovers, sports enthusiasts, and nature lovers. Covering the 3,000-hectare surface area, this place can be considered as a mix of trees, lakes, and a luxurious mansion. If you need a respite from the hustle-and-bustle of the capital city, you can visit this forest area.

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