Planten un Blomen

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Although the Planten un Blomen park covers most of its area in the Hamburg-Neustadt district, the northern tip of the park towers towards St. Pauli. Here is also the beautiful park lake located, which attracts many visitors between May and October with worth seeing water light concerts. At night, Hamburg connoisseurs pack a picnic basket full of goodies and settle down on the park meadow. With a glass of sparkling wine, the water-light plays are even better. During the day, the northern part of the park invites you to visit the rose garden, preferably between June and August when the roses bloom.