Street signs are scarce in the 210 hectares of parkland that form Berlin's Tiergarten, but getting lost only leads to finding a new hidden treasure. Popular among locals and tourists, for summer days spent under the shade of the weeping willows at the water's edge, the Tiergarten swallows you up in its tranquil beauty. Remodelled in the 19th Century by Peter Joseph Lenné, the design was inspired by English landscaped gardens. Rich in an assortment of greens and dotted with wildflower arrangements; the unspoiled nature compels you to picnic, laugh and wander with friends.
100 Strasse des 17. Juni, 10557.