Berlin: Visit to 'The Gardens of the World'

The Gardens of The World ('Gärten der Welt') is a 21-hectar park that was openend in 1987 at the event of Berlin's 750th anniversary. Popular among locals, the park combines nine different garden sites that display international horticultural art, like a Chinese and an Italian garden. (Check out these pictures: Recently, the site was selected for the International Garden Show 2017, an international garden festival held every ten years in Germany to celebrate the arts of gardening and garden design. To beef up for that, the park will be closed in October, so we should not miss out on one of the last opportunities to catch a glimpse of the park this season. I am sure the sun will shine.  

We will meet at 10:30am and begin with a guided tour. There is an entrance fee of 5 Euros for adults while admission for kids under 15 is 1,50 Euros. Bikes and dogs are not allowed inside the park. Picking flowers is a federal crime. After the tour, we will have time to wander and stroll on our own. Around 12:30PM, we will grab a bite nearby. Let us know by September 1 if you'd like to join, so we can arrange for the tour and lunch. RSVP to Diana at [email protected]

- S7 to 'Marzahn'; from there, bus 195 to "Gärten der Welt" 
- or U5 to 'Cottbusser Platz'; from there bus 195 to "Gärten der Welt"

Looking forward to celebrating this world event with you!
September 17, 2016 at 10:30am - 1:30pm

The Gardens of the World

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