Hiking Highlight (Segment)
Planned by S-Bahn Berlin
"If you go with me to the south of Berlin, then in the spring you can marvel at a very special avenue. Right on the border with Brandenburg, the Berlin Wall ran until 1989. On the old border post the wall can run completely once. Or just a piece, as we have today jeplant ham. Namely, we decided on the foljenden section: From Lichterfelde, Japanese cherry trees adorn both sides of the Wall. How come they come here, you ask? The Japanese TV station Asahi made a call for donations in far-away Japan for German reunification, and cherry trees were bought with the young Jeld and transplanted along the Berlin Wall. The longest avenue can be found here today between Lichterfelde and Teltow - but also in other places in Berlin the beautiful little trees stand. "With the S-Bahn lines S25 and S26 you drive out of town to the station Lichterfelde Süd. Here is a short distance through a residential area and you reach the Berlin Wall Trail and at the same time the TV Asahi Cherry Blossom Avenue. Especially beautiful in spring, when the trees are bathed in soft pink. You follow the wall path to the south and cross the S-Bahn tracks.At the end of the Kirchbaumallee, the Mauerweg turns left and leads you on a wide view over fields and meadows on the edge of Berlin Marienfelde. The aim of the hike is the S-Bahn station Lichtenrade. Here you climb into the S2 and drive back to the city.