It’s easy to think that a city such as Frankfurt, with its skyline and function as the financial centre of Europe doesn’t have many green spaces - but that isn’t the case. Frankfurt has over 50 green areas in the city, from the very centre, out to the city border. In this series of 4 posts, I am going to show and tell you about 4 different gardens in Frankfurt that I have discovered in the last few weeks – so, if you would like to find out about them all, then make sure you stay tuned for more!

Korean Garden
The Korean Garden is located inside the Grüneburg Park and originated as part of the 2005 Frankfurt Book Fair, to which Korea was the guest of honour. As you enter the garden, you are met by a sense and feeling of peace and serenity – the creators of the garden say that it symbolises long life. The 2 pavilions and ponds are the centre of the garden and provide the perfect location to mediate, reflect, relax; or even do yoga. It really is a beautiful location and if you’re lucky, you might just see some frogs resting on the lily pads.

Check out the blogposts about no. 1 of the Korean Garden here. And here you can find the links for the Bolongarogarten no. 1 here and no. 2 here and the Nizza Garden here


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