Defined by its expansive park and popular zoo, Tiergarten serves as a fecund playground and living monument for busy urbanites. Tiergarten’s seemingly endless winding paths and wooded walkways open into intimate circles where public art and private pain collide. The neighborhood doesn’t shy away from representing Berlin’s struggles and its provocative artworks, sculptures, and memorials inspire thoughtful reflection. It’s not all somber—Tiergarten’s morning flea markets and lakeside cafes provide relaxing respites for the emotionally weary.See 92 places to stay Save this neighborhood
Breathe Easy In Berlin's Biggest Park
The nearby metro stops, Kurfürstenstraße and Bülowstraße, mean the whole of Berlin is at your doorstep."
Visited in 2013
At Tiergarten Zoo
Tiergarten's Federal Side
The Tiergarten (central park of Berlin) home to many famous sites including: the Siegessaeule - Victory Tower, the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag (Germany's parliament) and the Holocaust Memorial. The famous Berlin Zoo & Aquarium . The Spree river (runs through the city) is only 1 block away and where you can take river tours."
Airbnb works with local photographers to capture the spirit of neighborhoods all around the world. The photography on this page includes work by:
Christoph Neumann lives and works in Berlin. He studied photography at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Dortmund. He is the 2012 winner of the Designpreis der Bundesrepublik Deutschland Award. His work seeks to capture lifestyle, fashion, portraits, reportage and feelings. Chris has photographed all over the world, and was delighted to shoot his hometown of Berlin for Airbnb.
Dario Laganà is an Italian photographer now living in Berlin to document the city. He has a strong passion for German history, with focus on the Cold War, WWII, and the changing culture of Berlin. With the Airbnb Neighborhoods project, he had the opportunity to combine his passion for the past with the present day urban life, architecture and places of Berlin.