The Kreuzberg, in the over 200 years old Viktoriapark, is the highest inner-city elevation in Berlin. At the end of the 19th century, the mountain landscape and the waterfall were created.

In the summer months the water provides plenty of fun and cooling. Older children can splash around in the water here. In the cooler months the water is turned off and the mountain landscape is perfect for climbing around. 

The National Monument to the Wars of Liberation – built in memory of the soldiers of the Prussian army who fell between 1813 and 1815 –  can be found on top of the Kreuzberg. 

Don’t miss out on the rooftop view from up here. It’s stunning. 

Viktoriapark also offers numerous shady and sunny meadows, a children’s playground and a small animal enclosure with goats, rabbits and chicken.