Tiergarten Park is a huge park in the middle of the city. It has streams, statues and a musical bell tower. The western edge connects to the Zoo. The eastern edge holds the Brandenburg Gate, along which the wall used to run. We spent over an hour riding around there and still didn’t see half of it. In the evening at Brandenburg Gate (located at the far East end of the park) we found musical talents entertaining the tourists as well as neon lite pedicabs (similar to a rickshaw but more pod like) waiting to zip you around town.
6.English Garden: If you feel like getting lost in nature, then there is no place on earth better than this :) A vast land of green patch withing the city, you can enjoy the walk along the riverside within the garden or just can sit and enjoy chilled beer ;)The park is almost in the heart of the city, so its very easy to go by walk or hopping through few subway stations.
Port of Hamburg
Through the bridges and the winding roads you will eventually land up on to the Port of Hamburg, a lively boardwalk which is perfect for an afternoon stroll and people watching. Buskers and street performers keep the energy up, against a beautiful backdrop of the city's harbour.
The Berlin Wall used to run right through this park, now a focus for street art. Graffiti artists are given free rein on a 300m stretch of wall that is still standing. Their work is ever-changing, sometimes politically minded, but always thrillingly cutting-edge. The park is also home to flea markets and barbecues.
2.Olympia Park: The history brings a lot of things for this awesome venue with the unfortunate event in the past, but now this place has moved on to offer a magical view along with the lake and greenery. you will see a lot of people enjoy with their families on any other day :)It was getting cold as the sun was almost set but still I didn't feel like going back to the hotel. The green pathways were full of people jogging in the park. Along the lakeside, few kids were playing and feeding the Ducks. This park was spread for miles and miles so I decided to skip the rest of the park :D
The highest mountain in the country, Zugspitze will easily become one of your favourite places in the world. At 9,700 feet, this peak is covered in deep snow almost half the year. At the top, the sensational panorama opens up to reveal legendary views of 400 mountain peaks in four countries! Besides the epic scenary, Zugspitze offers an igloo village, the highest ski resort, two toboggan runs and the country’s highest beer garden.
Since 11th century, Schlossberg of Freiburg has been there. There was a fortified castle on the top of the hill, which is beautifully surrounded by greenery. You can climb up the hill to see the turm (tower). However while you do that, keep your eyes turned down to the city of Freiburg. From the top, around 450m, you can see most of the town and the surrounding forest. Breathtaking, I can tell you!