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Loki-Schmidt-Garten Life for botany

Loki-Schmidt-Garten
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Loki-Schmidt-Garten
© Botanischer Garten Loki Schmidt

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

Strictly speaking, Hamburg’s botanical garden can be visited at two locations. A greenhouse is still located in its original location in today's “Planten un Blomen”. The actual garden with the large outdoor area was newly created in Osdorf at the end of the 1970s. On 23 October 2012, this “New Botanical Garden” was renamed in honour of Hannelore “Loki” Schmidt.

Short & Sweet

  • For whom Families, all Hamburg visitors
  • How to get there By public transport (S1 to Klein Flottbek)
  • Tip A printed garden guide can be found at the gatehouse
  • Time required 1 to 2 hours
  • Must-do Extended walk
  • Food Tray bake with cream and a hot cup of tea at Café Palme

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CITY AREA PORTRAIT Blankenese & Elbe outskirts

The former fishing and seamen's village of Blankenese is situated directly on the Elbe. It is the perfect starting point for hopping on a sailing boat or on the Elbe ferry, or for taking long walks along the shore. Another highlight is a visit to the Treppenviertel (German for staircase quartier) with a spectacular view of the lighthouse and the Falkenstein shore.

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Vier- und Marschlande

The Vier- und Marschlande are made up of 12 districts of Bergedorf and together form one of the most beautiful natural areas in Hamburg. No less than four nature reserves, including the largest in Hamburg, can be explored here.

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Harburger Stadtpark

Harburg Stadtpark, which covers 21.5 hectares is located to the south of Hamburg and the Elbe, on Hohe Strasse. It surrounds the Harburg "Aussenmühlenteich" which can be walked round on a three-kilometre trail.

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