Brightly coloured flowers, botanical gardens and cathedral-like greenhouses

From the Arctic Circle to the rainforest in a matter of moments. Botanical gardens in Germany feature a dazzling variety of plantlife. And you don't have to know about architecture to appreciate the monumental greenhouses.

Botanical gardens, Berlin-Dahlem

This green gem in the German capital is more than 300 years old. Covering an area of 43 hectares, it is one of the world's largest and most important botanical gardens. There are 22,000 species of plants for visitors to discover in these captivating, listed gardens.

On around 22 hectares of land, the Palmengarten botanical gardens display a range of interesting and beautiful plants. Almost every kind of exotic flora growing around the world can be found here, right in the middle of Frankfurt.

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Botanical gardens, Berlin-Dahlem

This green gem in the German capital is more than 300 years old. Covering an area of 43 hectares, it is one of the world's largest and most important botanical gardens. There are 22,000 species of plants for visitors to discover in these captivating, listed gardens.

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