In 1952, the natural areas on the Aussenalster were designed as a park and leisure area. On the green banks of the Alster in Harvestehude, in the Alster foothills, you will find one of Hamburg's most popular parks. Along the waterfront you can watch the sailors or enjoy the panorama. In the parks you can go for a walk or enjoy the sun on the extensive meadows. The park is made for jogging and cycling.de.360tourist.net/sehenswuerdigkeiten-in-Hamburg/alstervorland-hamburg-rotherbaum-hansestadt-hamburg-deutschland#category=all&sub-category=all&per-page=10&distance=60&sort-by=distance&sort-order=ascending&query= & query-target = td-l & page = 1
January 15, 2020
The widest section of the Alsterpark is the Alster Vorland. The Alstervorland on the northwestern shore of the Alster was redesigned in 1953 as part of the International Garden Show IGA 1953. The large lawn directly on the water with Japanese cherry trees, several sculptures of different artists and the typical white park chairs is for many residents one of the most beautiful places in Hamburg.
In this area there is biking prohibition and it is probably controlled from time to time.
June 22, 2018
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