With nearly 2000 acres of public gardens and parks, it’s never difficult to find a quite oasis to relax and reflect in Karlsruhe. It’s one of the many things that makes this city so unique.
The palace gardens were laid in 1967 to mark the Federal Garden Show and were designed to resemble an English landscape garden. The Stadtgarten gardens, largest in the inner city, is considered the “green lung” of the city. The Alb river runs through the ‘Günther-Klotz park’.