These cities have a green secret: the most beautiful gardens

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These cities have a green secret: the most beautiful gardens

Throughout Germany you can find some green secrets that invite you to relax, from Lower Saxony to Bavaria. We will tell you here which very special gardens are worth a visit.




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Do you need a break from the hectic everyday life? In many cities in Germany you often don’t have to search long for a city garden. However, there are also particularly beautiful pearls among them – we will present seven of them in more detail.

Hundisburg Palace and Baroque Garden in Saxony-Anhalt

Visiting an impressive castle and then visiting the historic Baroque garden? In Hundisburg, a small town in Saxony-Anhalt, there is the opportunity to do this at any time of the year. The Althaldensleben Landscape Park is located right next to the castle and garden.




Hundisburg Palace and Baroque Garden.

There, on about 100 hectares, you can admire over 150 native and foreign tree species and experience the splendor of a Baroque garden, whose first precursors date back to the late Middle Ages. And you can feel it too. Exhibitions and musical events are regularly held in the castle. There are also overnight stays.

Green oasis in the heart of Rostock – the rose garden

Admiring a true beauty of a fountain and breathing in the scent of numerous roses? This is possible during the flowering period in the Rostock rose garden. The extensive gardens of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania were designed as early as 1860 and have been inviting visitors to the city for a relaxing stroll ever since.




The fountain in Rostock’s rose garden simmers in the summer temperatures of the Hanseatic city.

The figure of the fountain “The Drinking One” has been found in the adjacent ramparts since 1922. In addition to roses, azaleas and then numerous rhododendron bushes bloom in spring.

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Romantic herb garden in Lüneburg

The area of ​​the monastery of Lünen in Lower Saxony includes more than six gardens. The herb garden, where numerous medicinal plants and herbs can be found, is particularly impressive. A small stream flows between the monastery church, the cloister and the infirmary.




Sage is just one of the many plants in the garden of the Lüne monastery.

The vast meadow orchards invite you to linger. In between you will find a rustic monastery cafe and the monastery museum, where you can get many interesting insights into the life of the residents and their history.