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This park has matured massively since I was last here 25 years ago. The trees produce much more shade now and the park is really beautiful, nicely zoned and linked together via winding footpaths. Watch out for the cyclists who tear past a considerable speed...More
We took our children age 4 to 8 and everyone had a good time. One playground for little kids, one playground with climbing stuff for the older ones. Bring a ball, the park has lots of open space for playing ball. Also the cafe has...More
This is a charming park that offers peaceful and relaxing views. Lots of trails, ideally situated, and offers several playground attraction for kids. It even has a café. Nice place for a morning or afternoon jog.
If you're a tourist in Frankfurt, you're likely to want to pay to get into the Palmengarten. However, if you're a business traveller and just want a place to walk or to run, check out the Gruneburgpark, which is right across Siesmayerstraße from the Palmengarten.
The Grüneburgpark is a park in the Westend of Frankfurt. The name derives from the "Green castle", which stood on this site in the 14th century.
In 1789 the banker Peter Heinrich von Bethmann Metzler (these Banks still exist) acquired the property and designed the...More