Recreational Sport

Recreational Sport

Berlin is the place for sport, whether you are a professional or amateur athlete. As soon as the sun comes out, the city's parks become a buzzing hive of activity, where locals come to relax and enjoy a whole host of activities and sports, from frisbee-throwing and table tennis to rock climbing. The city also offers more exclusive sports such as polo and golf. And wherever you go, the formula is the same: fitness plus fun equals relaxation.

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Tierpark Berlin
09/07/2014 - 09/07/2014
Running event of 10 km, 5 km, 5 km in a generation-team and a race for children in Berlin's biggest landscaped animal park
Cycling is becoming more popular in Berlin, as the flat city landscape means that it's relatively easy to get from one place to another without having to waste time and...
With the façade like that of an Italian Renaissance palace, the swimming pool at Baerwaldstraße 64-67 stands in the heart of Kreuzberg. Its glamour sets it apart from...
The round thing has to go in the square thing. That was the opinion of Germany’s first World Cup winning trainer, Sepp Herberger. “Disc golfers” say the round thing has...
Anyone wanting to spend a day in the countryside and who also wants to really work on their fitness should spend a day on the high rope course. Six courses with many...
The Paracelsus Bad in Reinickendorf has had a stainless steel pool since the 80’s: a 25-metre pool with diving tower and a no swimming area. Swimming lessons and aqua...
On the outskirts of Berlin is the Hoppegarten race track, home to world-class horse racing for more than 145 years. The first race was held in 1868 with King Wilhelm I...
It might seem a bit shaky, but slacklining is the latest sport trend being seen for some time in Berlin's parks and gardens. Slackers, as these modern-day tightrope...
Invented in Berlin, Speedminton® (also called Speed-Badminton) has since conquered the whole world. The game is reminiscent of a mix of tennis, squash and of course...
Berlin is home to major sporting events year-round. But especially in the late summer and fall, the start of the sport season, several top-notch sporting events put...
With its opening in 1914, the public pool was already considered to be among Europe’s most beautiful pools. Today, with up to 10,000 daily guests, it is one the largest...
Covering an area of 300 hectares, the A-ROSA Resorts & Hideaways offers golf lovers pure pleasure alongside the Scharmützelsee. The A-ROSA golf school teaches...
The 40 000 sq.m facility offers a driving range with 50 tees, 16 of them under cover. In addition, there are greens and bunkers as well as putting and chipping greens...
At the CineStar multiplex cinema in Hellersdorf, before or after a film, you can visit the on-site BergWerk high ropes course and play Tarzan yourself. Whatever the...
The basic idea behind the Golf Resort in Berlin Pankow is to create a golf course that's accessible to everyone - even if you're not a member of the club. That's why we...
The British Army founded the Gatow British Golf Club in 1969. The newly founded Berliner Golf Club Gatow e.V. took on its legacy in 1994 and has the eight original...
You’re sure to get a hole-in-one in at least one of the 18 holes at the Stolperheide Golf Club on Berlin's Ostplatz.
The polo and equestrian centre on the Schlossgut Schönewalde near Berlin can be visited by both professionals and beginners. The complex is just a 15 minute drive from...
Community is the top priority at this club. Everyone from beginners to elite athletes are warmly welcomed here.
Located on Siegfriedstraße near the Lichtenberg station, Big Bowl Berlin is open daily from 10am for bowling professionals, clubs and amateurs to try their luck and test...
Bouldering is climbing without ropes to a height, from which you can still jump down. For safety reasons, you land on thick mats. This is reassuring not only for the...
On the central reservation of the Schlossstraße in fron the "Kastanie" pub, 14059 Berlin Boules was played on the central reservation here as early as the sixties. Young...
On the Kreuzberg Paul-Lincke-Ufer, between Forster and Liegnitzer Straße, you will always – that means every day whatever the weather – find someone playing boules. You...
The wooden or metal balls mostly roll through the gravel during the day. The residents in particular enjoy themselves here and pass the time in the open courtyard of the...
Since 2002 boules has been played in Prenzlauer Berg at the Max-Schmeling Halle near the Mauerpark. The district management set up the area as a training and tournament...
Since 1991 an annually changing crowd of sphere throwing people have been bustling around here. Conviviality is at the forefront here; ambitious boules playing is...
In the heart of City West, Kudamm Bowling entices visitors every day from 10 am with great offers and attractive prices. For example, the alley offers jackpot bowling, a...
Homer Simpson loves it: bowling. The American equivalent to German skittles is a social sport that hobbyists and professionals will enjoy equally. Special lane for...
“Yabba Dabba Doo!” shouts Fred Flintstone when he sends the ball down towards the ten pins. Something similar can be heard on the 28 lanes at Hermannplatz when the place...
The only miniature golf course in eastern Berlin offers great fun, both indoors and out. Citygolf and Golferia Berlin boast three indoor courses with unique challenges...

Located directly on the water, this romantic, relaxed and comfortable restaurant is decorated with wooden furniture, old lamps and ornate picture frames. Simply put, Freischwimmer is a cool location in Kreuzberg’s Flutgraben area. The restaurant is in a very old building that was once used for renting and repairing boats. The entrance is directly next to Berlin’s oldest gas station. You can sit outdoors during the summer and indoors during the winter.