It’s the end of March and the capital awakens as if from hibernation. Cheerfully, we peel ourselves out of our thick winter coats, woolly hats, and oversized scarves and banish them to the back of our wardrobes for what we hope are many months. It’s time to head outdoors into the fresh spring air. As soon as the temperatures begin to rise and the days get longer, the colourful flowering begins. But the season is short! So where should youngo to see spring in Berlin at its most beautiful?
The #BerlinBlossom Map shows you the most beautiful springtime places in Berlin. From Berlin Cathedral, from the Tiergarten park to the Gardens of the world, this free Berlin city map helps you quickly find the best places for a spring trip to Berlin.
Here’s the entire #BerlinBlossom Map in high resolution in A4 format for download.
Our must-do this spring
Go on a photo safari across Berlin’s many districts! Inspiration can be found on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram under the hashtag #BerlinBlossom. Share your favourite images with Berliners and visitors from around the world who have fallen in love with spring in Berlin. The S-Bahn and U-Bahn await to whisk you to directly to much #BerlinBlossom joy!
Spring festivals all over Berlin
Let’s toast spring with Maibowle and elderberry juice, preferably at one of the city’s many flower festivals. Many spring festivals are held from March to May across the city and we’ve listed the best on our #BerlinBlossom map.
Cherry blossoms along the Berlin Wall Trail
This is a moment of pure joy that lasts only a couple of weeks. The cherry trees along the former border strip, now known as the Berlin Wall Trail, charm Berlin each year with their spectacular spring bloom. Why does Berlin have so many Japanese cherry trees? Check out the #BerlinBlossom map to find out.
Spring pictures from Berlin
The wonderful flowers can be discovered on walks through any of Berlin’s extensive parks and gardens. We invite you to scroll through some of the most beautiful photos here: