Which are the nicest and biggest parks in Berlin that you can enjoy for free? Berlin has the fame of being a metropolis with many green lungs, you will find virtually all over town large parks to have a picnic, chill out or play sports. The team of Top10 Berlin has come up with the list of the nicest parks, relaxing greens, friendly BBQ spots, welcoming beer gardens and cafés and outstanding recreational and sports activities. What about a round of open-air karaoke, a trip to the children's farm or enjoy a movie in an open-air cinema? One thing is sure: with such a variety of choices, you won't get bored!
  • Volkspark Friedrichshain

    Spacious, clean relaxing greens, a romantic pond with swans swimming on it, the famous Märchenbrunnen (Fairy Tale Fountain) and lots of clam spots for lovers and families alike make the the 49 hectares of Volkspark Friedrichshain the ideal picnic location!

  • Tempelhofer Freiheit

    Cycling, jogging, skating, miniature golf, kiting, BBQ and growing your own veggies with urban gardening - the airfield of the former airport Tempelhof has enjoyed great popularity with the Berliners ever since its opening on 8 May 2011.

  • Großer Tiergarten

    Lots of water, lots of green – with an area of 210 hectares Großer Tiergarten is Berlin's second biggest park.

  • Schlosspark Charlottenburg

    The 55 hectares of the palace garden of Schloss Charlottenburg are place for all friends of historical garden architecture - it is the oldest still original park in Berlin and Potsdam!

  • Volkspark Rehberge

    Its own open air cinema in summer, a sledding hill in winter, an animal enclosure with deer and wild boars, playgrounds and sports tracks as well as a nature trail provide for some diversity in the 70 ha constituting Volkspark Rehberge.

  • Volkspark Humboldthain

    The historic flak tower in Volkspark Humboldthain offers a great view of Germany's capital but this Wedding park is also ideally suited for jogging and other activities.

  • Viktoriapark

    A real roaring waterfall and with 66 metres of height the biggest natural elevation in Berlin's inner city are the features of Viktoriapark.

  • Treptower Park

    Cruising along in the Rummelsburg Bay with a pedal boat or rowing along, rent a grilling-boat or jog past the Soviet War Memorial - this park of 90 hectares in Eastern Berlin offers a number of distractions.

  • Park am Gleisdreick

    The Park am Gleisdreieck is located between Anhalter Bahnhof, Potsdamer Platz and the German Museum of Technology and stretches until Yorckstraße.

  • Mauerpark

    Open Air Karaoke in summer and the flea market on Sunday all year round - these are the two highlights that most people associate with Mauerpark.