Planten un Blomen, Hamburg

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    In the midst of Plant and Flowers

    by jenniferchin Written Oct 14, 2004

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    This is a beautiful public park and it is enclosed by Rentzelstraße, Tiergartenstraße, Dag-Hammarskjöld-Platz, Dammtordamm, Gorch-Fock-Wall, Holstenwall, Millerntordamm, Glacischaussee (Heiligengeistfeld), Holstenglacis, Bei den Kirchhöfen and St. Petersburger Straίe, former Jungiusstraße and is accessible from all sides.

    Among the features of this park, aside from many beautiful flower-beds, cascades, several water gardens and tropical glass-houses, various recreational amenities for both the young and old and several cafιs, is the choreographed Fountain Display, an ornate Japanese Garden located southof the park, the Alter Botanischer Garten / Old Botanical Garden, the Kleine Wallanlagen and the Große Wallanlagen.

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    «Planten un Blomen» Park

    by JasonChang Updated Oct 25, 2003

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    This park, created in 1936, has a geometric design and is a testing ground for new species of flower and tree. The artificial waterfall leads to the main basin where, at nightfall, there is a sound and light performance. The park is surrounded by the Congress Centre and Hamburg Plaza Hotel.

    Opening: May-Sep daily 7am-11pm; Oct-Apr daily 7am-8pm

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    Planten un Blomen

    by Leipzig Updated Jun 6, 2003

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    Planten un Blomen Gardens is located in the centre of city. It extends from St. Pauli to the Lake Alster. It attracts visitors with a Botanical Gardens, tropical greenhouses and Europe's largest Japanese Garden.

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    "Planten und Blomen" Park

    by MichaelFalk1969 Updated Jul 14, 2012

    "Planten un Blomen" is Hamburgs most popular park (literally translated "plants and flowers"). It was created 1821; among its best-loved features are the Rose Garden, the Japanese Garden and the Tropical Plants-greenhouses. A great time to come here is May when the Rhododendron plants are blossoming.

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    Free time in a calming place

    by Colinde Written Sep 12, 2015

    The wonderful park Planten un Blomen is equally popular among Hamburgers and visitors to go for a walk, relax, and be fascinated by the beauty of nature.

    Every year, it’s a highlight for the whole family to attend the water fountain shows or the atmospheric water-light concerts that are performed on the park lake throughout the summer months. From 01.05.2015 till 04.10.2015, there will be water fountain shows each day at 2 pm, 4 pm, and 6 pm. On sundays and public holidays, the 2 pm show will take place with music, otherwise silently.

    Tip: I would recommend to go to the water light concerts (also daily) in the evening hour because it is even more impressive when the fountains shine colorfully illuminated in the dark. From 01.05.2015 till 31.08.2015 at 10 pm and from 01.09.2015 till 04.10.2015 at 9 pm.

    If you are traveling with children or just like to play, you may want to visit the playground in the park, or join some locals for a game of mini-golf or “oversized” chess. There are also cafes where you can enjoy a coffee, beer or icecream before you continue your time wandering around in Planten un Blomen.

    Park opened:
    Oct – Mar 07:00 – 20:00 | Apr 07:00 – 22:00 | May – Sep 07:00 – 23:00

    Entrance is free and you will find the closest entrance next to the public transport stations Hamburg Dammtor (S-bahn) or Stephansplatz (U-bahn).

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    Planten und Bloomen

    by chancay Written Oct 19, 2004

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    A nice park to stroll around or just to relax a while after a long day of sightseeing. There is an ice cream store near the entrance, yummy ice cream I must say ;-)) .....

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