Bike Touring Highlight (Segment)
Neukölln planned a bike ride.
April 12, 2019
Neukölln is dotted with small and large parks and idyllic allotment gardens and colonies. Many of them are linked via the so-called Britz-Buckower-Weg. The path is one of 20 "Green Main Routes" through the capital.You start in the neighboring district Alt-Tempelhof at the subway station of the same name and drive through the Franckepark. Damwild lived here until 2019 and has since been relocated to Brandenburg. Worthwhile is also a trip to the Old Park and Bosepark. Over the next few years, these three green areas will be redesigned.The next few kilometers you drive through several allotment gardens, park-like cemeteries and even more allotment gardens with nice-sounding names like after work, worry-free and cheerful harmony.Continue past the Britzer Garten. Here took place in 1985 the Federal Garden Show. Even today, the park is worth a detour, but you must not take your bike in with it.Around the Britzer garden are once again pretty allotment gardens, which are completed by the Grünzug Britz-Buckow. You drive a bit on this pleasant shady path and touch briefly the wall path, before you reach the S-Bahn station Schichauweg. Here ends your tour through the countryside.