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Parks & Green Spaces

GREEN. GREENER. HAMBURG! Discover the parks & green spaces in the city

When it gets warm and the sun shines, a trip to the city park is almost obligatory! Planten un Blomen is one of the most beautiful parks in the city. Every evening from March to October you can see the famous fountain shows. And the Schwarze Berge Game Park transports you into the heart of nature. Don't forget: In the Alte Land in Hamburg you can expect Nordic fruit yards, pink oceans of flowers and a fresh Elbe breeze!

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FROM A TO Z All parks & green spaces at a glance

The port city in the north has over 1460 parks that invite you to relax, linger, stroll and be active. Whether picnic, bicycle tour, jogging or open air events: everything is possible in Hamburg's parks. Listen to the sound of the trees and the chirping of the birds, discover the lush vegetation and enjoy the peace and quiet away from the noisy traffic - in the middle of the big city! The following map shows you the most beautiful parks and green areas.

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Baurs Park

Baurs Park is a public park in the Hamburg Blankenese quarter in the district of Altona.

Baurs Park

Baurs Park

Elbchaussee 573
22587 Hamburg

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Bergedorf Rathauspark

If you visit the beautiful Bergedorfer Town Hall, don't forget to take a detour into its park.

Bergedorf Rathauspark

Bergedorfer Rathauspark

Ernst-Henning-Straße
21029

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Bergedorfer Schloss und Schlosspark

Hamburg's only preserved castle can be admired in Bergedorf. Today the castle no longer serves as a residence, but is home to a modern regional museum dedicated to the history of Bergedorf.

Bergedorfer Schloss und Schlosspark

Bergedorfer Schlosspark

Bergedorfer Schlossstraße 4
21029 Hamburg

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Boberger Dunes

A sandy landscape on the outskirts of the city - the Boberg Dunes are home to a diverse animal world.

Boberger Dunes

Boberger Dünen

Boberger Furt 50
21033 Hamburg

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Donners Park

In 1793, the three new owners of the area Sieveking, Matthiessen and Pool did not waste any time in converting the area into today's popular Donners Park. Several buildings once stood on the grounds, but none of these has survived the passing of time.

Donners Park

Donners Park


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Eimsbütteler Park "Am Weiher"

Everybody in Eimsbüttel knows where to go if they are told "See you am Weiher".

Eimsbütteler Park "Am Weiher"

Eimsbütteler Park "Am Weiher"

Am Weiher 10
20255 Eimsbüttel

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Eppendorfer Moor

A green refuge for different species - animals, plants and hikers alike - in the middle of the city.

Eppendorfer Moor

Eppendorfer Moor


22453 Groß Borstel

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Falkensteiner Beach

The Falkensteiner beach on the Elbe is a popular spot for long walks on the beach at any time of the year.

Falkensteiner Beach

Falkensteiner Ufer

Falkensteiner Ufer
22587 Hamburg

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Finkenwerder

Finkenwerder is the place that is representing Hamburg’s idyllic countryside in all its glory. At the former Elbe Island you’ll find peaceful nature and a very different and unexpected side of the city.

Finkenwerder

Finkenwerder

Neßdeich, Neuenfelder Hauptdeich
21129 Hamburg, Finkenwerder

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Fischbeker Heide

Experience colourful flora and Fauna in Germany's second largest heathland in the south of Hamburg.

Fischbeker Heide

Fischbeker Heide

Fischbeker Heideweg 43
21149 Hamburg

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Gerhart-Hauptmann-Platz

Enclosed between the Thalia Theater, the shopping passage and Karstadt, Gerhart-Hauptmann-Platz offers the perfect place for a break to relax from a lengthy shopping tour in the city.

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Gerhart-Hauptmann-Platz

Gerhart-Hauptmann-Platz
20095 Hamburg

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Gezi-Park-Hamburg

Enjoy the view of the Elbe under the palm trees of St. Pauli. The Gezi-Park-Hamburg, known until 2013 as a Park Fiction, offers a wonderful view of the Elbe from an observation deck under palm trees.

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Park Fiction

Pinnasberg
20359 Hamburg

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Grasbrookpark

The Grasbrookpark offers relaxation directly on the water as a green play and leisure park.

Grasbrookpark

Grasbrookpark

Am Grasbrookpark
20457 Hamburg

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Grossensee

Lake north east of Hamburg

Grossensee

Großensee


22946 Großensee

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Harburg Hills

To the south of the Elbe, in the hinterland of the maritime metropolis, unique natural spaces await you in which there is much to discover for every generation - you can pursue sporting activities, enjoy culture in the open-air museum, marvel at animals in the wildlife park or simply enjoy the magnificent views of the Elbe valley.

Harburg Hills

Harburger Berge

Fischbeker Heideweg 43a
21149 Hamburg

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Heilwigpark

Heilwigpark

The Heilwigpark is a small green area in the north of the district of Harvestehude. The park is located directly on the confluence of the Isebekkanal with the Alster. Several benches along the water invite visitors to stop and spend some time here.

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Heilwigpark


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Heinepark

Heinepark

The Heine-Park is a park in the Hamburg district of Ottensen and lies on the bank of the Elbe. The park is located on Elbchaussee in Hamburg's Altona district.

Heinepark

Heinepark


22765

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Heuckenlock Nature Preserve

Located in the south of the Elbe island Wilhelmsburg, this area of almost 100 hectares is one of Europe’s last tidal floodplain forests.

Heuckenlock Nature Preserve

Heuckenlock


21109 Wilhelmsburg

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Hirschpark

The Hirschpark in Hamburg is a green oasis, and "deer park" is exactly what it is: Reindeer and fallow deer live in the game reserve.

Hirschpark

Hirschpark

Elbchaussee
22587 Hamburg

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Hof Eggers in der Ohe

In the midst of a unique natural landscape, you will find the Hof Eggers in der Ohe. This organic farm in the picturesque Vier- and Marschlanden to the southeast of Hamburg is just waiting to be discovered.

Hof Eggers in der Ohe

Hof Eggers in der Ohe

Kirchwerder Mühlendamm 5
21037 Hamburg

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Isebek-Ufer

Families, daydreamsers, joggers and cyclists come to the Isebek canal between Eimsbüttel and Schanzenviertel in search of relaxation.

Isebek-Ufer

Isebek-Ufer

Kaiser-Friedrich-Ufer
20253 Hamburg

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Japanese Garden

You don't necessarily have to travel to Japan to let a touch of East Asian culture affect your mind, because such a touch already envelops you in the Japanese Garden in Hamburg.

Japanese Garden

Japanischer Garten

Marseiller Straße 7
20355 Hamburg

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Jenischpark

Jenischpark in Hamburg offers visitors to the city the opportunity to relax and get to know the historical background of the park. The Jenisch House and the Ernst Barlach House are cultural delights in the beautiful 43 hectare park.

Jenischpark

Jenischpark

Baron-Voght-Straße 50
22609

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Jugendpark Langenhorn

The park which covers an area of around 20 hectares is enclosed by the Wrangelkoppel, the Zeppelinstrasse and the Krohnstieg. Jugendpark Langenhorn stands out for its expansive forest and meadow landscape. A pond is also part of the park and rounds out the local recreation area for residents.

Jugendpark Langenhorn

Jugendpark Langenhorn

Jugendparkweg 60
22415 Hamburg

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Kemal-Altun-Platz

The young, politically active student Kemal Altun took his own life in 1983 during the extradition trial against him. He had fled from the military junta in Turkey and sought asylum in Germany.

Kemal-Altun-Platz

Kemal-Altun-Platz

Ottenser Hauptstraße 54
22765 Hamburg

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Kieskuhle Rissen

The Kieskuhle in Rissen is a beautiful park with playgrounds and green areas, ideal for family trips and picnics in the green.

Kieskuhle Rissen

Kieskuhle Rissen

Sülldorfer Brooksweg
22880 Hamburg

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Klövensteen

The Klövensteen is a protected forest area on the western border of Hamburg.

Klövensteen

Klövensteen

Klövensteenweg 127
22559 Hamburg

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Landhaus Walter

The Landhaus Walter in Hamburg's Stadtparkt has an eventful history. Today the historic building houses a restaurant with an event area, terrace and beer garden, serving German-European dishes.

Landhaus Walter

Landhaus Walter

Hindenburgstraße 2
22303 Hamburg

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Lohsepark

The green space in HafenCity is becoming more lively, greener and more rewarding every day. The Lohsepark, with 4.4 hectares the largest connected green area in HafenCity, is an idyllic recreation area with plenty of opportunities for play and fun and invites you to relax, do sports and experience nature.

Lohsepark

Lohsepark

Am Lohsepark
20457 Hamburg

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Loki-Schmidt-Garten

The Loki-Schmidt-Garten awakens the child in all those who are inspired by the amazing plant species.

Loki-Schmidt-Garten

Loki Schmidt Garten

Ohnhorststraße
22609 Hamburg

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Lüneburger Heide

The Lüneburger Heide with its quiet villages invites you to relax and go hiking, but with numerous attractions such as the Heidepark Soltau and the Snow Dome Ski Hall Bispingen, it also provides pure family fun.

Lüneburger Heide

Lüneburger Heide


29646 Bispingen

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Neuwerk Island

About 100 kilometres west of Hamburg lies the almost three square kilometre small, inhabited island of Neuwerk in front of the mouth of the Elbe in the Wadden Sea part of the North Sea. Politically, the island belongs to the Hamburg district of Neuwerk.

Neuwerk Island

Insel Neuwerk


27499 Hamburg

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Ohlsdorf cemetery

The 400-hectare Hamburg cemetery is not only Hamburg's largest green space, but also the largest cemetery in Europe and the largest park cemetery in the world.

Ohlsdorf cemetery

Ohlsdorfer Friedhof

Fuhlsbüttler Straße 756
22337 Hamburg

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Öjendorfer Park

Öjendorfer Park

Whether it's pony rides, miniature golf or hurtling down the slope in a sledge - Öjendorfer Park in eastern Hamburg offers lots of fun in the park both in summer and in winter.

Öjendorfer Park

Öjendorfer Park

Barsbütteler Weg 49
22117 Hamburg

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Planten un Blomen

The Planten un Blomen Park in the centre of Hamburg is a wonderful destination for families, couples in love and those seeking relaxation. There is a botanical garden with a tropical house and the largest Japanese garden in Europe. Whether you are riding a pony or having a tea ceremony in the Japanese Garden, everyday life is far away

Planten un Blomen

Planten un Blomen

Marseiller Straßer 8
20355 Hamburg

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Rönneburger Park

Rönneburger Park

The Rönneburger Park is located on the southern edge of Hamburg in the district of Rönneburg. The small park surrounds the so-called "Burgberg". There was a castle here in the Middle Ages from which the Elbmarsch was controlled. Today, visitors can climb the Burgberg via several wooden stairways. Numerous paths guide visitors between thick beech trunks over picturesque wooden bridges to tranquil waters. In addition to the big roots of the trees, the remains of the old fortifications can be seen on the slopes of the Burgberg. Visitors reach the park, among others, with the bus no. 141.

Rönneburger Park

Rönneburger Park


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Schaalsee

You will find pure nature at the Schaalsee. The lake and eleven other bodies of water were declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve Schaalsee in 2000.

Schaalsee

UNESCO-Biosphärenreservat Schaalsee


23883 Klein Zecher

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Stadtpark

On sunny days, the Stadtpark is buzzing - young and old meet on the large city park fields to play soccer, have picnics, sunbathe and let the kites fly. At the edge of the large meadow there's a playground with a giant swing, slide and lots of equipment. The shallow pool is a special delight for little water lovers.

Stadtpark

Stadtpark

Saarlandstraße / Jahnring / Südring
22303 Hamburg

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The Elbe River landscape

The Elbe river landscape stretches from Wittenberg to Lauenburg. The area has been a UNESCO biosphere reserve since 1997.

The Elbe River landscape

Flusslandschaft Elbe


19249 Lübtheen

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The Wadden Sea

The Wadden Sea of the Netherlands, Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since June 2009. The Hamburg Wadden Sea has also been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2011.

The Wadden Sea

Das Wattenmeer


27632 Bremerhaven

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Tropenhaus Planten un Blomen

The Tropenhaus Planten un Blomen offers exotic plants - in the middle of the city.

Tropenhaus Planten un Blomen

Tropenhaus Planten un Blomen

Holstenwall
20355 Hamburg

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Vier- und Marschlande

The Vier- und Marschlande consist of the 12 districts of Bergedorfs. Together they make up one of Hamburg's most beautiful nature reserves.

Vier- und Marschlande

Vier- und Marschlande


21037 Hamburg

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Weinberg am Stintfang

From the vineyard on the Stintfang you have a great overview of the Landungsbrücken.

Weinberg am Stintfang

Weinberg am Stintfang

Alfred-Wegener-Weg 5
20459 Hamburg

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Wilhelmsburger Inselpark

The Wilhelmsburg Inselpark is a green oasis in the middle of Hamburg's upcoming Wilhelmsburg district with numerous opportunities for recreation as well as for sports and leisure activities.

Wilhelmsburger Inselpark

Wilhelmsburger Inselpark

Am Inselpark
21109 Hamburg

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Wittenberger Strand

The last natural beach does not only consist of rare plants, but also steep escarpment, offering a view to the Elbisland Neßsand, which does not make it the ideal location for a date.

Wittenberger Strand

Wittenberger Strand

Rissener Ufer 27
22559 Hamburg

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