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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.

The Hamburg Stadtpark with its more than 150 hectares is a real "multicultural location". On beautiful weekends, sometimes more than 200,000 people come here to enjoy sports, have a nice barbecue, make or listen to some music or simply relax.
In summer, the Stadtparksee becomes an open-air swimming pool - and apart from that, you can also enjoy pedal and rowing boats.

The planetarium in the former water tower is also always worth a visit: in addition to a unique journey through the universe, it regularly offers wonderful children's documentaries and chill out evenings.

The groves, bushes and embankments are home to a multitude of native and immigrated animal and plant species, and in summer the open-air stage invites you to interesting open-air concerts: from rock to folk, world-famous artists always like to come to "the park". In and around the Stadtpark there are of course also cafés and restaurants that await guests with snacks and delicacies. Very popular for evening events is the beer garden "Schumachers", which is located directly at the Stadtparksee outdoor pool. Further locations for relaxing are the beer garden "Landhaus Walter", "Café Sommerterrassen" and "Die Bucht".

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