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Luftaufnahme von einem Teil Berlins. Groß zu sehen ist ein Teil des Mauerparks.

Charlottenburg Palace Garten

Relax like a Prussian king
The historic garden surrounding Berlin’s Charlottenburg Palace still shines with the splendour of royal times, attracting history buffs, art enthusiasts, and relaxation seekers alike. Laid out in 1697 and continuously expanded, the grounds were damaged during World War II and later rebuilt. Since 1990, this destination has been a UNESCO World Heritage site.

You can find more information about the park, such as opening times and attractions, on the website of the Stiftung Preussische Schlösser und Gärten Berlin-Brandenburg.

Arrival by public transport

Subway | U7 (S+U Jungfernheide)
S-Bahn | S41, S42, S46 ( S+U Jungfernheide)
Bus | 309, M45 (Schloss Charlottenburg); 109, M45 (Luisenplatz/Schloss Charlottenburg)

Our tip: Get off at the S+U Jungfernheide station, which you can reach with the U7 and the S-Bahn lines S41, S42 and S46. Then cross the Spree and enter the park. From there, you can take a leisurely stroll through the entire park and admire the palace to the south.

Plan your route to Charlottenburg Palace using our connection search or use our Fahrinfo-app to buy your ticket directly.


Once a restricted area, now a park
Reading a book or enjoying a cold beer in the area where the Berlin Wall once stood? No problem. The Mauerpark, with its ample space and central location, is a popular spot where there’s always something happening. Additionally, the regular flea market attracts collectors from around the world with vintage fashion, retro furniture, rare records, and plenty for foodies to get their teeth into.

You can find more information on the website of the associationen Freinds of Mauerpark.

Arrival by public transport

Subway | U2 (U Eberswalder Str.)
Tram | M10, M13 (Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Sportpark); 12, M1, M10 (U Eberswalder Str.)
Bus | 247 (Wolliner Str.)

Plan your journey to Mauerpark with our connection search! You can also use our Fahrinfo-app​​​​​​​ and get your ticket directly on your smartphone. 


Green on the outside, with a heart of gold
This vast park, covering 2.1 km² and surrounded by landmarks like the Brandenburg Gate, Bellevue Palace, and Potsdamer Platz, is a staple of any Berlin tour. Hidden within the lush greenery are numerous cafés and beer gardens, perfect for a refreshing break before heading to the golden Victory Column.

More information about the Tiergarten you can find on the website of the city Berlin.

Arrival by public transport

Subway | U5 (S+U Brandenburger Tor)
S-Bahn | S1, S2, S25, S26 (S+U Brandenburger Tor); S3, S5, S7, S9 (S Tiergarten)
Bus | 100, 147 (S+U Brandenburger Tor)

The huge Tiergarten is surrounded by train stations and stops. We recommend the S+U Brandenburger Tor-station, which you can reach with the U5 or the S1, S2, S25 or S26. From there you can enter the Tiergarten through the Prachttor and walk towards the Siegessäule.

No idea how to get there? No problem! Simply plan your journey to the Tiergarten using our connection search or download our Fahrinfo-app to get your ticket on your cell phone.

Tempelhofer Feld

Berlin’s most popular former airport 
Once a bustling site where the iconic Berlin Airlift planes, the ‘Rosinenbomber,’ were unloaded before heading back west, today the former Tempelhof Airport sees only kites taking to the skies. The runway surface is perfect for skating, rollerblading, and other wheeled sports.

You want to know more about the Tempelhof Field? Then you can visit the website of the former airport.

Arrival by public transport

Subway | U6 (U Platz der Luftbrücke); U7 (U Südstern); U8 (U Boddinstr.)
Bus | M43, 248 (Columbiadamm/Friesenstr.)

The U6 stops to the west of the field, the U7 to the north and the U8 to the east. So there's plenty of choice. If you're hungry, get off at the U Boddinstraße station and pick up a snack from the wide range of culinary offerings in the Schillerkiez district.

You can get to your destination almost as quickly as by plane with our connection search: plan your route to Tempelhof Field or alternatively use our Fahrinfo-app. You won't find flight tickets there, but you can get your BVG ticket straight to your smartphone.

Park at Gleisdreieck

Three parks in one
This area actually consists of three parks, offering over 75 acres of recreational space and a visual treat for fans of abandoned places. Previously the site of the Anhalter and Potsdamer goods depots, today the old signal systems, weathered tracks, and deserted structures serve as a popular photo backdrop.

You can find all further information about Park am Gleisdreieck on the website of the park.

Arrival by public transport

Subway | U1, U2, U3 (U Gleisdreieck); U1, U3 (U Möckernbrücke)

To make your journey as easy as possible, please use our connection search or our Fahrinfo-app. Tickets can be purchased directly with the app.

Volkspark Friedrichshain

Neighbourhood oasis for the romantic and athletic
Located in the northern part of the alternative Friedrichshain district, this park was Berlin’s first municipal green space, established in 1846. For romantics, we recommend a visit to the Fairy Tale Fountain. Can you spot Little Red Riding Hood, Hansel and Gretel, and Puss in Boots? Also worth seeing is the large Bunker Hill with its flak tower. Climbing rocks, a skate park, basketball courts, and more make athletes’ hearts beat faster. 

Find more information about the Volkspark on the website of the city Berlin.

Arrival by public transport

Subway | U5 (Strausberger Platz)
Tram | M5, M6, M8 (Platz der Vereinten Nationen); M10 (Kniprodestr./Danziger Str.)
Bus | 200 (Am Friedrichshain/Hufelandstr.) 

You can find the fastest route to the park with our connection search. Alternatively, you can also download our Fahrinfo-app and buy your ticket directly.

Treptower Park

Spree forest in the heart of Berlin
Situated right by the Spree River, Treptower Park greets you with an impressive view of the massive Molecule Man sculpture in the middle of the river. Flower and plant lovers will delight in the bloom of the rose and summer flower gardens. At the centre stands the Soviet War Memorial.

On the website of the city Berlin you can find more information about the Treptow Park.

Arrival by public transport

S-Bahn | S41, S42, S8, S85, S9 (S Treptower Park)
Bus | 165, 166, 265 (S Treptower Park) 

Plan your journey to Treptow Park with our connection search or use our Fahrinfo-app. This allows you to get the right mobile ticket directly on your cell phone.