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Parks & nature in Central Europe

Park
“Beautiful place to relax and for a pic nic!! Be prepared , take some food nd wine with you ;)”
389local recommendations
Park
“Munich's biggest park with the famous beergarten "Chinesischer Turm" (chinese tower)”
511local recommendations
Spa
“A place u cannot miss on your visit to budapest. The Thermal bath experience is a very unique experience. You get more than 10 swimming pools of different temperatures and also saunas.”
540local recommendations
Castle
“awesome castle. entrance fee but worth it. otherwise there's a lot of free ruins in alsace.”
138local recommendations
Park
“The royal park. MUST SEE Chopin concerts from June till September on Sundays”
192local recommendations
Park
“Sundays this Market is booming and has become the most popular attraction for Berliners and visitors alike. The Sunday karaoke is not to be missed. The annexed Fleamarket is worth a stroll over!”
553local recommendations
Bridge
“The most famous bridge in Czech Republic with very rich history. Some tourist attractions are located on the bridge during your walking (e. g. picture painting of your face). In the morning is the best time you can visit :) Breathtaking view to Prague´s castle as well.”
313local recommendations
Nightclub
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“An amusement park for many, place of nostalgic dreams for some, oasis of greenery for almost everyone – and the location of the Giant Ferris Wheel, one of Vienna’s most famous symbols. The Vienna Prater is in season from March to October. But the world-famous Giant Ferris Wheel and a few other attractions are open all year round.”
298local recommendations
Park
“The only airport in the world that has been transform into a parc but all the facilities including the runways and the terminals remained untouched. Its the only location in the city where you can appreciate the perfect sunrise and sunset, like on a beach. Open until sundown.”
487local recommendations
Park
“At Planten un Blomen you will find a variety of exotic and native plants. Highlights are the water light organ, the Japanese garden and the music pavilion.”
224local recommendations
Historic Site
“Poet, soldier, hypochondriac and proto-Fascist, Gabriele d’Annunzio (1863–1938) defies easy definition, and so does his estate. Bombastic, extravagant and unsettling, it’s home to every architectural and decorative excess imaginable and the decor helps shed light on the man. In the 1920s d’Annunzio became a strong supporter of Fascism and Mussolini, while his affairs with wealthy women were legendary. The amphitheatre is the first major structure one comes across after entering the estate and was clearly based upon classic models, the architect Maroni even visiting Pompeii for inspiration. Its location, like the other buildings of the Vittoriale undeniably offers a majestic view of the Garda lake, it is still used for performances today (Patty Smith, The National, Buena vista social club)”
117local recommendations
Park
“Visit on a sunday - lots of people singing and dancing - a must see during summer”
585local recommendations
Moving Target
“1972- Olympic Games in Munich, interesting architecture, nice park, city pool inside, a tower to enter for a great view to the alps when sunshine”
213local recommendations
Park
“A wonderful big park which encouraged us to experience all the different sides of it. Like the fairytale fountain, beachvolleyball area, the peace bell next to the big pond. Or you just sit there grill and chill. ”
429local recommendations
Island
“Singing fountain starts every hour - light and music show You can run around the island, it's 5km or rent a bicycle to ride across it ”
590local recommendations
Park
“Great park near by to go running. It's an older historical park where as The Library of Trees is new and clean like a golf course. There are water fountains and on the weekends, there is a super clean and free "Toilet Bus."”
200local recommendations