Leisure tips Berlin

Leisure tips Berlin

Berlin is always worth a visit and has a lot to offer: sights galore, countless cultural events and lots of interesting exhibitions in museums and galleries. There are countless ways to spend your free time.

So many that we can only name a few here in this text. Separated in individual texts on our homepage you will find detailed information about leisure tips in Berlin, the many attractions of the capital, to child-friendly activities, hiking tours or sightseeing trips and much more. The ootel is located in the green district of Berlin Marzahn.

Many leisure activities are located near our hotel. For many of our visitors quickly achievable goals are particularly attractive, therefore – and because we are proud of our district ^^ – we introduce theFreizeittipps in Berlin Marzahn -Hellersdorf first of all before:

“Gardens of the World” – in the recreation park Marzahn is located 21 hectare area with a Chinese garden, a Japanese garden, a renaissance garden, a maze and many other beautiful grounds of the 9 gardens in total.The gardens of the world are a beautiful and popular park and recreational landscape.

Corporate Museum – Consisting of two historic houses here the permanent exhibitions “Marzahn-Hellersdorf from the beginnings to 1970” and “Marzahn-Hellersdorfer school history” Wilhelminian museum in the manor house Mahlsdorf – With an exhibition completely in the founding time equipped rooms from the time around 1870 and 1900.

To the exhibits belong not only furniture. Also the household effects of this time can be admired. Bockwindmühle Berlin-Marzahn – Visits and demonstrations of the mill in operation. Especially unusual: even weddings can be held here in beautiful, historic surroundings.

Adventure path from grain to bread – Here the visitor learns a lot about the village life of bygone days. In a mill and a bakery, much can be observed and learned. Also in the cereal garden or in the Tierhof with paddocks one experiences many interesting details from the development history of the bread.

You can also visit a church and a farm, the KulturGut and an agricultural machine garden. Highly interesting for big and small. Museumswohnung – an exhibition of original objects from times of the GDR in the Hellersdorfer Straße 179.

With attention to detail in the fully equipped 3-room apartment is shown how an average family lived in a prefabricated building. Fantastic! Historic villages – historic village centers from the 14th century:

the Märkische Anger village Marzahn with four-sided farms and a Bockwindmühle and four other village cores: from Hellersdorf, Biesdorf, Kaulsdorf and Mahlsdorf. The buildings have gradually been lovingly restored and restored.

Hiking trails in the Berlin district of Marzahn-Hellersdorf: New urbanity – The hiking trail is 5 km long, starts at the Underground Station Hellersdorf and ends at the S-Bahn station Marzahn.

Stages along the way such as the center of Helle-Mitte, the Gardens of the World, the village of Marzahn and the shopping center Eastgate show how diverse the district is.

Erlebnis Wuhletal – This hiking trail is 17.5 km long, starts at the S-Bahn station Ahrensfelde and ends at the S-Bahn and U-Bahn station Wuhletal. The path goes over the species-rich, green Wuhle, over three small mountains and through the villages on to the gardens of the world. Wuhle-Hönow-Weg –

The shortest hiking trail with a length of just under 4 km starts in the Kyritzer Straße and ends at the Hönow underground station. It goes along the Kastanienallee on the Hellersdorfer promenade on to Hohlweg with its apple trees, the orchard to Hönower Weiherkette.

Am Barnimhang – This historic hiking trail is 7 km long and starts at the S-Bahn station Biesdorf. It ends at the S-Bahn station Mahlsdorf and leads along the old village centers of Biesdorf, Kaulsdorf and Mahlsdorf with their old churches, courtyards and buildings on to the castle park Biesdorf, the Barnimhang and the Müggelbergen.

For a relaxing wellness day, we recommend the Relax Sauna, diagonally opposite the ootel.co in the avenue of cosmonauts 47th The wellness offers in the monastery garden on the Marzahner Chaussee 204.

The PoliVital GmbH – nutrition and health, with therapy offers, courses and Events at the Elsterwerdaer Platz 1. The salt marshes Marzahn, very beneficial for the respiratory system in the Fichtelberger Straße 7. Leisure tips in Berlin (not only) for children BergWerk Berlin –

at Janusz-Korczak-Straße 18 is Europe’s largest indoor and adventure high ropes course , He has 15 courses on climbing heights between 3 meters to 20 meters and offers 70 different exercises in all levels of difficulty. There is a lot to experience for both beginners and advanced.

Bim & Boom Children’s Playland – at Beilsteiner Straße 109, is an indoor playground and adventure playground with varied animation. Here fun and games are guaranteed for the little ones. Citygolf Berlin – miniature golf is played in Wittenberger Straße 50. Bowling fun is available at the American Bowl at Eastgate in Märkischen Allee 176/178.

“Wicke” is an adventure playground of the playground initiative Marzahn e.V. in the Ahrensfelder Chaussee 26. “Springling” – The Marzahn-CABUWAZI Children and Youth Circus e.V. has set up its tent in the Otto-Rosenberg-Straße 2. Tierpark Berlin-Friedrichsfelde – Legendary how large and spacious the enclosures with more than 8,500 animals on a park landscape of 160 hectares are.

Leisure Tips in Berlin – Other Districts Particularly worth seeing buildings are the Reichstag, the Brandenburg Gate, Bellevue Palace, the Berlin Cathedral, the Nikolaikirche, the Holocaust Memorial, Alexanderplatz and the TV Tower, the Red City Hall and the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church.

Berlin has an above-average number of museums, including the Pergamon Museum, the Museum of Natural History, the Jewish Museum, the German Museum of Technology, the German Historical Museum, the Wall Museum in the Haus am Checkpoint Charlie, the Stasi Museum, the Martin-Gropius-Bau Berlin and the topography of terror, the Allied Museum Berlin, the Citadel Spandau and about 160 other museums.

Also worth a visit are the Pfaueninsel, the Kulturforum Potsdamer Platz, the East Side Gallery, the Komische Oper Berlin, the Philharmonie, Berlin Underworlds, a guided tour under the city, the Gendarmenmarkt, especially the Christmas market.

Interesting for families with children is the AquaDom & SEA LIFE Berlin, the aquarium and next door the zoological garden, the bathing ship at the arena, where events, parties and events take place, the LEGOLAND Discovery Center, many cinemas, playgrounds, parks and some others Leisure offers more that Berlin has to offer.

(This is information about hotels in Berlin)