If you're tired of touring the city of Berlin, you can enjoy one of its many parks. Specifically I recommend Pfauneninsel, which means the Island of the Peacocks, now a nature reserve. It houses a palace built by Frederick William II for his mistress Countess Lichtenau. You can also enjoy the peacocks in an idyllic setting surrounded by water.
The Britzer Garten is located in the Brito area in the district of Neukölln. It was built in 1985 and has an area of 90 hectares. It offers nature and garden art, landscapes, many lawn games, architecture and art (Karl Foerster Pavilion), lakes and hills as well as flower beds in many colors. Next to the restaurant in the Kalenderplatz (Square Calendar) is stationed the largest sundial of Europe.
Berlin Botanic Garden consists of 43 acres and about 22,000 species of plants. It is located in the German capital Berlin and is considered one of the largest and best known in Europe. It has a botanical museum, which houses a large collection of plants as well as a specialized library. It was built between 1897 and 1910 with the aim of studying the plants of the German colonies. Greenhouses were not created until the end of the 1950s.
The park's name is due to the mountains of wine that were previously there. The park is on a slope and has a large lawn that serves as a recreational and rest space, especially in the summer. This green folder culminates in a picturesque artificial lake. Above is a Swiss-style restaurant, a park for children and a sports area with football pitch and tables to play ping-pong.