The name 'Planten un Blomen' has its origins in the old Hamburg dialect for 'plants and flowers'. With a huge variety of ... More
Planten un Blomen Park
The name 'Planten un Blomen' has its origins in the old Hamburg dialect for 'plants and flowers'. With a huge variety of trees, plants, flowers, a Japanese garden, and also an ice or skating rink for winters, the park attracts thousands of visitors during the warm summer months. One of the major summertime attractions is the water, music and light show. There is also an adventure playground and numerous other activities to ensure that kids enjoy amidst the scenic beauty that is Planten un Blomen.
This beautiful park, near the Elbe, was designed in the style of English landscape parks in the 18th century, and
was previously privately maintained by the Jenisch family; you had to pay an admission fee to visit the park, ...
Located close to the Congress Centre, the University and Planten un Blomen park, Dammtor is the no.1 stop for thousands
of business people, students and culture vultures. The third biggest station in the city (after Hauptbahnhof and Bahnhof Altona ...
The beautiful 400 hectare park cemetery at Ohldorf has 12 chapels and a little museum in its well kept grounds.
The museum is solely dedicated to 'crossing over' and all things related to death however strange that may sound, ...