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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.

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. Taking bus no. 24, visitors to Jugendpark Langenhorn also have the opportunity to be able to examine the beauty of the park closer up. Visitors to the park feel almost as if they are in the country, although Fühlsüttel airport is merely a stone's throw away. Seats also make it possible to discover the rich diversity of animals and plants in Jugendpark Langenhorn. The park is suitable for both walkers and joggers.

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