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Garten der Welt, Berlin

4.3
#9 of 61 in Parks in Berlin
Take a break from the bustle of Germany's capital city at the themed gardens of Garten der Welt. 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. Using our online itinerary creator, Berlin attractions like Garten der Welt can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Yeah it’s a park & quite well maintained. Obviously there should be different styles of garden like Korean, Japan.... But how can you bring flora of Japan to Europe?! Actually there is nothing...  more »
  • The park was originally opened on May 9, 1987 on the occasion of the 750th anniversary of the city of Berlin, according to plans of the City Garden Director in East Berlin, Gottfried Funeck, as...  more »
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  • Really good place to visit if you want to escape the city and are looking for something quiet and different. You don’t have to spend a whole day here too, I went around 4pm and stayed for 3 hours and it was really quiet and peaceful at this time. The Chinese garden and Oriental gardens were the most impressive for me, but all of it is stunning. Also there are food and drink options inside, small kiosk style places and bigger cafes and a beautiful Chinese tea room and lots of space to have a picnic. You have the option of visiting the gardens or just hanging out in the empty green spaces like any park. I paid €3 in for a student ticket which was well worth it, it’s €7 for a full adult ticket I think which is still a good price.
  • Worth the money. Huge park to relax. Chinese garden is a must to visit. Other gardens are good too and all give a unique experience. All the water streams are dirty and could be maintained well.

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