Spring in Berlin

20. March 2024

Our top 9 favourite spring activities in Berlin

The days are getting longer again, the temperatures are getting milder and the sun is showing up more often. Spring isalready in the starting blocks – and with it wonderful activities. Whether with friends, your favourite person or the wholefamilythere is so much to experience in Berlin. We show you our top 9 favourite activities for a wonderful spring in Berlin. 

1. Authentic street food at Thaipark 

What could be better than enjoying really good street food in the sun? Just 1 km from our hotel, you will find the popularThaipark. From Friday to Sunday, the beautiful Preußenpark takes you into the world of Thai flavours. Nowhere else in Berlin will you find such good, authentic Thai food and be enchanted by the warm atmosphere. 

Address: Preußenpark, Württembergische Straße, 10707 Berlin
Opening hours: April to October – Friday to Sunday 11am – 8pm 


2. Cultural enjoyment at Charlottenburg Palace 

Experience Berlin’s magnificent history at Charlottenburg Palace, the largest and most beautiful Hohenzollern palace in the city. Stroll through the opulent rooms, admire the ornate ceiling paintings and the richly decorated furniture. The extensive palace park invites you to take a stroll and offers an idyllic backdrop for a moment of peace and quiet under theblossoming trees in spring. 

Address: Spandauer Damm 10-22, 14059 Berlin 
Opening hours: Palace open daily from 10 am to 6 pm, park from 8 am to 8 pm


3. Berlin flea markets 

At the weekends, numerous flea markets entice you to take a leisurely stroll. Here you can find old treasures, hip second-hand clothes, handmade items and many a tasty snack. In addition to the famous flea market in Mauerpark, Berlin hasother flea markets that are well worth a visit. For example, there is the antique and book market at the Bode Museum, theflea and art market on Straße des 17. Juni, the Nowkoelln Flowmarkt on Maybachufer in Neukölln or the antique marketat Ostbahnhof. The flea markets take place on Sundays and sometimes also on Saturdays.

A little tip: In the morning there is of course the biggest selection, but in the afternoon, just before closing time, manyexhibitors are even more willing to trade and you can pick up better bargains.


4. Distant worlds in the Gardens of the World

Go on a world tour in the east of Berlin. In the Gardens of the World you have the opportunity to immerse yourself in enchanting gardens from all over the world. Stroll through fascinating gardens in Bali, Korea, Italy or South Africa and explore distant worlds in Berlin. The park’s highlights also include a maze, a cable car and numerous playgrounds wherechildren can really let off steam. If you fancy something really special, you can also take part in an exciting rally. 

Address: Blumberger Damm 44, 12685 Berlin 
Opening hours: 9 a.m. until dusk 


5. Berlin from the water on a steamboat trip 

Discover spring in Berlin from a different perspective: from the water. From the end of March, Berlin’s steamers will besetting sail again or travelling across the river. A wonderfully relaxing way to get to know the vibrant capital in a completely new way. Discover the most important sights, the most beautiful bridges, hidden highlights and the manylakes that make Berlin so unique. The shortest tours in the city centre take an hour. If you would like to spend the wholeday on the water, we recommend the longAround the Müggelberge” tour, which takes around 5.25 hours. The tours arealso ideal for an exciting excursion with children. 


6. Exquisite shopping on the Kurfürstendamm  

Exclusive boutiques and luxury shops can be found along the famous Kurfürstendamm, Berlin’s most prestigiousshopping street. You leave the doors of Louisa’s Place and dive straight into the world of upmarket shopping. Be inspiredby the latest fashion trends and designer collections. Kurfürstendamm offers a diverse selection of international luxurybrands and renowned jewellers to satisfy even the most discerning shopper.

7. An exciting game of mini golf 

A round of minigolf is great fun not only for children but also for adults. Challenge each other to a game, spend time together in the fresh air and try to break the course record. Minigolf is definitely one of the best spring activities in Berlin and if the weather doesn’t play ball, you can try your hand at black light minigolf. It looks really cool and is incrediblyfun!

These are the most beautiful minigolf courses in Berlin:

  • Minigolf at the Insulaner 
  • Hasenheide mini golf course
  • Black light minigolf at Görlitzer Park
  • Miniature golf course in Volkspark Wilmersdorf 
  • Dockx 3D blacklight minigolf Berlin at Tempelhof harbour 


8. Walk in the Tiergarten 

Enjoy the awakening nature on a relaxing walk through the Tiergarten, Berlin’s largest inner-city park. Escape the hustleand bustle of the city and be enchanted by the blossoming trees, fragrant flowerbeds and idyllic ponds. The Tiergarten offers numerous picturesque paths and quiet places to linger, ideal for a relaxing excursion in the midst of nature. Incidentally, the three to four metre high rhododendron bushes bloom here from May to June. An absolute recommendation! 

Address: Tiergarten, 10785 Berlin
Opening hours: Open all day 


9. Historical city tour through Charlottenburg 

Discover extraordinary Art Nouveau buildings on your “Berlin-Charlottenburg” city tour and hear interesting and amusing facts about the numerous intellectuals and artists, such as the gallery owner Paul Cassirer, the philosopher Walter Benjamin or the painter George Grosz, who lived in the streets between Steinplatz and Savignyplatz.

No matter which activity you choose, spring in Berlin is always worth a visit.

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