Berlin in Springtime Where to find the best spots in springtime

#BerlinBlossom Map © visitBerlin

#BerlinBlossom Map © visitBerlin

 

Spring is coming, we promise! Our anticipation of the spring increases with every day and we cannot wait until the colourful harbingers of spring begin to bloom across Berlin

This year, we’re not just looking forward to the avenues lined with pink cherry blossoms, but also many other beautiful experiences at IGA Berlin 2017, the splendour of Britz Garden, and at the many other green oases large and small that dot the German capital. Download our practical #BerlinBlossom Map to find some of the most beautiful spots in bloom, where to take the best photos of cherry blossoms, and dates to remember.

  1. Berlin’s former border

Here you can take some very nice shots of magnificent cherry blossoms all in one spot. The “cherry blossom avenue” begins on Schwedter Straße at Gleimstraße, but only unfolds its full glory when you cross the Bornholmer Straße bridge and take the small path along the Norwegerstraße.

  1. Mauerpark

The Berlin Wall Park is not only home to its legendary flea market and weekend outdoor karaoke, but it also the ideal starting point for a cherry blossom tour to the former no-man’s land on Norwegerstraße (see 01).

  1. Kollwitzkiez

You’ll find pink cherry blossoms throughout the Kollwitz neighbourhood, but it’s especially beautiful near the water tower on Rykestraße.

  1. Zeiss – Grossplanetarium and Ernst-Thälmann-Park

Here’s a perfect contrast for your photos: the shiny ball of the most up-to-date science theatre in Europe and the pink blossoms that never fail to captivate.

  1. Bötzowkiez

The Bötzow neighbourhood is especially nice on Käthe-Niederkirchner-Straße. But even as you leave the neighbourhood, you can find some very pretty cherry blossoms along Lottumsstraße and Kastanienallee.

  1. IGA Berlin 2017

IGA Berlin 2017 is taking place at Gardens of the World in Marzahn, where thousands of visitors turn out for the traditional Japanese Hanami festival under the cherry blossoms.

  1. Volkspark Friedrichshain

The park on Berlin’s east side was laid out to plans by landscape architect Peter Joseph Lenné and offers plenty of harbingers of spring.

  1. Wiener Straße

Wiener Straße is another springtime hotspot with numerous cherry trees lining the street.

  1. Treptower Park

A picnic on the Isle of Youth at the end of Treptow Park is especially nice when you unfold your blanket under the blossoming apple tree.

  1. 10. Müggelturm

Climb the Müggelturm and enjoy stunning views of the Müggelsee and the surrounding trees beginning to bud

  1. Britzer Garten

The Britz Garden is one of the most beautiful flower parks in Berlin. Fill yourself with the heady scents of spring with meadows full of scilla, grape hyacinth, and Norway maple.

  1. Landwehrkanal

April is the month when you fall in love with Berlin all over, especially on the banks of the Landwehr Canal in Kreuzberg.

  1. Viktoriapark

The climb to the waterfall in Victoria Park is twice-as-rewarding in spring. Not only are you treated to breath-taking views of Berlin, but the walk through the park itself is worthwhile in its own right, with purple and yellow crocuses, pink flowers reflected in the water, and fragrant lilacs lining the path.

  1. Naturpark Schöneberger Südgelände

If you find woods and meadows particularly restorative, an adventure in the Südgelände Nature Park is especially beautiful.

  1. Ceciliengärten

In the spring, the trees are full of pink blossoms, while in summer roses decorate this small park in the Tempelhof-Schöneberg district.

  1. Botanischer Garten

In addition to the spring path for lovers of plants, the Botanical Garden is open all year long and is a good spot to soak up the green and admire rare plants and flowers..

  1. Pfaueninsel

Especially romantic is Berlin’s legendary Peacock Island, where rose trees and giant hydrangeas point the way to the White Palace.

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  1. Grunewald

Whether woodruff or winter aconite, a spring walk in the 3000 hectare Grunewald is a real outing into wild nature. The loose deciduous forest canopy offers ideal conditions for many spring flowers. So get your plant identification books out and start hunting! (But no picking, please!)

  1. Zoologischer Garten

You can also experience native flora and exotic fauna in Berlin’s zoos!

  1. Tiergarten

If you need a break from all the shopping in the City West, we recommend taking a stop in Berlin’s largest park, the Tiergarten. Between numerous borders, trellises, statues, bridges, and sparkling ponds, this park offers romantic spots full of flowers and poetry at every turn.

  1. Berlin Cathedral

ALWAYS worth a photo and a visit, especially when in bloom!

  1. Monbijoupark

It doesn’t get any more central than this: Monbijoupark is opposite Museum Island and is one of the most popular parks for Berliners and visitors to enjoy a picnic in the spring or summer. Soft pink flowers bloom along the banks of the River Spree.

  1. Volkspark Humboldthain

Tip: Explore the flak towers at Humboldthain Park, look out over the rooftops of Berlin, and visit the rose garden at the foot of the hill with over 70 varieties of roses.

  1. Tegeler See

Out and about on Berlin’s north side? How about dipping into a sea of tulips at the Greenwich Promenade on Tegeler See?

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Ps.: P.S. More tips and inspiration on how and where exactly Berlin is in bloom can be found on Instagram under the Hashtag #BerlinBlossom.

ITaken your own beautiful photos of Berlin in bloom? Tag them #BerlinBlossom und #visit_berlin auf Instagram oder #BerlinBlossom und #visitberlin auf Twitter und Facebook!

 
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Maxi-Lena Schuleit

Kentucky, Paris, Lisbon. These are just a few stops on this globetrotter's journey, but only one city has been able to conquer her heart fully: Berlin, of course, because nowhere else can you cycle along a canal in the evening sun and swing over the rooftops where the Iron Curtain once divided the city. Exploring the city with open eyes: that's her mission for the blog.

 

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