Berlin is one of the most unique cities in Europe with its historical texture, streets waiting to be explored and countless natural wonders. Berlin, which for years was referred to as "a divided city where divided people live", has never lost touch with its nature despite the walls that divide it.
Berlin's abundance of green space is the main feature that sets it apart from other metropolises. The city defines itself by nature. Tiergarten, Tempelhof Park, Treptower Park, Viktoria Park, Marzahn-Hellersdorf Park, Grunewald Forest are just a few of the untouched paradises. Marzahn-Hellersdorf Park's "Gardens of the World" concept brings stunning examples of Asian garden art to the heart of Central Europe. Chinese gardens, Zen gardens, Seoul gardens and Oriental gardens invite visitors to a natural aesthetic that offers traces of all geographies.
Tiergarten is the largest park in Berlin, taking you away from the chaos of everyday life and opening the door to a completely different world. We strongly recommend you to explore Tiergarten Park, where you will be under the rain of leaves in autumn, where you will leave yourself to the unique tranquility of nature in the middle of the city, where you can travel back in time with a small tour and see historical monuments, sculptures, and buildings.
Another wonder of Berlin that will surprise you is that it is home to a tropical island just a few hours from the city. There are 50,000 tropical plants in the park, which hosts 1 million visitors a year. Berlin Tropical Island is Europe's largest amusement park, home to fish, birds, and even flamingos. Despite the city's continental climate, you can spend an unforgettable day in the exotic atmosphere of tropical countries.
Berlin's relationship with nature does not end with the parks mentioned above. Enjoying Treptower Park at first light. Exploring the untouched nature of the Grunewald Forest by bike. Experience the spirit of street art in Mauer Park, where a different show takes place every week. A walk in Victoria Park with the sound of waterfalls. Enjoy a barbecue in Tempelhof Park and take in all that Berlin has to offer during the day.
In addition to being the center of Europe in the field of arts and culture, it sets an example for other cities with its environmentally friendly life. By 2050, Berlin is planned to become a completely eco-friendly city, and we recommend you not to miss the atmosphere of the city.
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