Planten un Blomen-parken
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Zwischen Congress Center Hamburg (CCH) und Millerntor schlägt Hamburgs grünes Herz: Planten un Blomen. Der traditionsreiche Park beherbergt verschiedene Themengärten, darunter den Alten Botanischen Garten Hamburg und einen der größten Japanischen Landschaftsgärten Europas.
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Very nice park to walk through (also to the Alster and the city centre) or for going jogging.
This is one of the biggest parks in the centre of Hamburg, featuring the biggest Japanese garden in Germany and a historic botanic garden. It’s the perfect location for a stroll or a sunny picnic; in addition, the park frequently hosts nightly water and light concerts and musical performances.
At Planten un Blomen you will find a variety of exotic and native plants. Highlights are the water light organ, the Japanese garden and the music pavilion.
Very close beautiful park to walk through to towards the TV tower. From May to Octobre there is a water-light show underlined with music from 10pm to 11pm.
A garden for walking, inline or ice skating in summer/winter time, relaxing, sun, a good book ... what ever. In summer time with water light shows and background music.
An urban 47 hectares park with diverse gardens (botanical, japanese) and famous for its water-light concerts. The best part is about this park is that it opens all year round and there is no entrance fee!
Our world renowned park in the middle of the city – enjoy the botanical and asian garden!
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