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Elbchaussee, 22609 Hamburg, Germany
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Elbchaussee, 22609 Hamburg, Germany
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Reviewed 3 days ago

What a lovely place to meet with friends on a summer day. You can have barbecue, some beers or play some football. Its a very nice public green area, where everybody is positive and relaxed. If you dont know where to go on a summerday...More

Thank JanChilian
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Visited often and walked a lot with my family, when my child was very little. Very beautiful in spring and summer. But also beautiful in autumn and winter. It means you can enjoy the beauty of this landscaped park anytime throughout a year! Worth to...More

Thank Catnip888
Reviewed 10 April 2017

Went on a walk on a beautiful Sunday in spring. Park is easily accessible from the Teufelsbruecke ferry stop. It is very beautiful English landscape garden, which (like all Hamburg parks) fills up with people, children and dogs on a beautiful day, yet keeps a...More

Thank LE v
Reviewed 13 July 2016

With Jenischpark, it is one of the most beautiful places in Hamburg. The house built in Neoclassical style 19º- century is simply magnificent, beautiful, full of details, the decor is amazing. Built in 1834, it was the residence of former Senator Martin Jenisch, and now...More

Thank DarlanPolignac
Reviewed 30 August 2015

A lovely park located to the west of the city centre. There are some woodland walks and stretches of open lawn to picnic on with views of the Elbe and the grand house (now art gallery) whose grounds this once belonged to. There is a...More

Thank nick w
Reviewed 20 August 2014

This is a lovely park. So peaceful to sit on the lawn and look out at the Elbe on a nice day. I didn't visit the Jenisch House or the Ernst Barlach House in the park ... but I'm looking forward to that next time...More

Thank jmj2012
Reviewed 19 January 2014

Jenischpark is a lovely spot for weekend trips with a wonderful view of Elbe. You can also visit museums inside or have a cup of coffee at the cafe of Jenisch Haus. It is 15 minutes walk to reach from S Bahn stop at Klein...More

1  Thank polly_2000
Reviewed 5 October 2013

Being in the western part of Hamburg, which by itself is very green, the expectation from this park was high. However, I was really disappointed visiting it. Amazingly this park does not have any section of flowers. It is all about trees and lawns and...More

1  Thank Arvind Kumar S
Reviewed 29 July 2013

I think this is the finest park in europe! The view to the river is unbelievable! The point of interest is the white jenisch in the center of the park.

4  Thank fwe309
Reviewed 22 July 2013

This beautiful garden is worth visiting just for enjoying the landscape. But there is more, a secret gem: The Barlach Haus. There are bigger and better known museums in Hamburg. But there are good reasons that the author John le Carré, very familiar with Hamburg...More

3  Thank Gottfried Z
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