Treptow - KÖpenick
Strandbad Müggelsee

Known as an escape route for East Berliners, this lake is now a popular recreation spot. Located east of the city, its lakeside paths offer a scenic view of city meets country. S-BAHN: Friedrichshagen and then take the tram to Strandbad Müggelsee

Britzer Garten

Originally designed for a garden show, this 256-acre tract of land is now a recreational park. The nature trails and lake you'll find in the greenspace are particularly breathtaking.

Steglitz - Zehlendorf
Schloss Glienicke Garten

Mediterranean souvenirs hang from the garden walls on the grounds of this palace built for Prinz Carl von Preussen. The palace is open to the public in summer, and the gardens and grounds are open year-round, offering visitors a number of fountains, pavilions and courtyards.

Steglitz - Zehlendorf

From lakeside spots to sandy beaches, this is a favorite with the locals. The two lakes, the Grosser Wannsee and the Kleiner Wannsee, provide all kinds of water recreation. Known as Berlin's Riviera, the lakeside property is expansive, and the...  Read More


Berlin's largest public park originally served as royal hunting grounds until it was reconfigured in the 18th century. Nowadays, joggers, walkers, and families flock here to enjoy the natural splendor. The grounds are home to war memorials,...  Read More