Lovingly called Görli, the park is located on the eastern side of Kreuzberg, just across the Görlitzer Ubahn Station. Once part of the railway station, the park now presents several sport and playground fields, the cool debris of an underground tunnel and a diverse culture of people.

In the middle of the park one can enjoy the steel-beams sculpture called “Border Man”. Naturally, the sunnier the day, the fuller the park! Like most open-space terrains, Görli’s peak season is summertime, although when snowy the park turns into a winter playground. However, the warmer days give a perfect opportunity for grilling, parties, running and just chilling really; including open-air concerts and game activities. For the hungry and the thirsty ones,  the cute Café Edelweiss  serves  everything from breakfast pastries and bagels to German style dinner items. Neat cocktails and coffee drinks are offered as well.
If you decide you don’t feel like German food, the vicinity of the park offers plenty of diverse coffee shops, restaurants and bars. Traveling with kids? No problem; Görlitzer park has a small children’s farm called Kinderbauernhof Görlitzer im Park. Children can play with and learn how to take care of goats, pigs,sheep, donkeys, chickens, ducks and pretty much any animal that could be normally found on a farm. However, have in mind that the very park is not as kids friendly as are some of the other big parks such as Volkspark Friedrichshain and Treptower Park.

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