Gärten der Welt (Gardens of the World)

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25 % savings with the
Berlin WelcomeCard

discount on the Day ticket and the Day-Combi-Ticket with ropeway (Adult)

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25 % savings with the Berlin WelcomeCard
All inclusive

Berlin WelcomeCard All inclusive

discount on the Day ticket and the Day-Combi-Ticket with ropeway (Adult)

Buy your ticket

See the globe in one place at the Gardens of the World in eastern Berlin. Spanning several continents, visitors walk among Chinese pagodas, Korean statues, the flowers favoured in the Italian Renaissance and so much more. Plus, get a bird's eye view with a ride on the ropeway, then stop at a Japanese tea house for refreshments. This is one of the more unique of Berlin's wonderful outdoor spaces, and the Berlin WelcomeCard will save you money here and at other magnificent attractions across the German capital.

What Travellers Can See on a Trip to Berlin

With a dramatic history spanning back to the German Empire, the horrors of World War II and the years of divided Germany, Berlin makes for a fascinating visit. Head to cultural hubs such as Museum Island, where you'll see art and other artefacts from across the globe's great civilisations. Go designer shopping in Charlottenburg and stop for irresistible pork knuckle and sauerkraut. Berlin is a city that stays alive after dark. Experience everything from popular Mitte to hipster Kreuzberg, offering all-night clubs and hole-in-the-wall bars. The city's generous size houses many wonderful green spaces, not least the wonderful Gardens of the World.

Travel to Exotic Locales and Witness Different Cultures at Gardens of the World

These gardens, located in the suburban Marzahn district, offer a feast for all the senses on a visit. It was created as a symbol of unity, both for a reunified Germany and the re-establishment of international ties. In Chinese traditions, the moon symbolises harmony and unity, and the Full Moon Festival sees the park come alive with lanterns in late summer. Japanese and Korean tea ceremonies are conducted among the harmony of nature, and in spring you can catch the Cherry Blossom Festival. Italian Renaissance, Middle Eastern and other cultures are also represented.

Zip Around Town and Save with the Berlin WelcomeCard

The Berlin WelcomeCard gives you the chance to spend less and see more on your trip to the capital. You'll have free unlimited access to the S-bahn, U-bahn, buses and trams, and a map and guide to attractions are also included. Plus, get discounts at over 200 of the best spots for entertainment, sightseeing, dining, drinking and more in Berlin. You simply select your tariff zone and duration, and will soon be walking through the Gardens of the World and seeing the other iconic sights of Berlin.

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