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One of the biggest parks of Bucharest – Herăstrău Park – is definitely worth a visit. The park is home to numerous attractions, including a boat rental complex, tennis courts, and a rather old-fashioned fairground. In the summertime, many terraces open up on the shores of the lake. There are several…
I recommend you to visit this park because it's the biggest park in Bucharest, is a nice place, quiet, for a chilled walk around the lake.
King Michael I Park (Romanian: Parcul "Regele Mihai I"), formerly Herăstrău Park (Romanian: Parcul Herăstrău), is a large park on the northern side of Bucharest, Romania, around Lake Herăstrău, one of the lakes formed by the Colentina river. The park was initially intended to be called National…
You can enjoy the biggest park in Bucharest by bike, walking, or by boat (on the lake inside the park). If you are here, stop by the Arch of Triumph.
This is the largest park in Bucharest, it has the best lounges and coffetaries in town. Recommended places inside the park; Hard Rock Cafe, Funky Lounge, Beraria H
Nice for boat rides in the summer, or picnics, good playing spots for kids, nice scenery.
filled with bars, clubs and terraces; lots of things to do around. you can rent a bike.
The biggest park in Bucharest, Herastrau surrounds a lake and is packed with cool bars, terraces and restaurants.
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“State of the art architecture dating since Nicolae Ceausescu dictatorship. Impressive building hosting Parliament”
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“The most central of the city's public gardens, Cismigiu is a haven of lawns, trees, flowers and lakes. Often mistakenly referred to as a park, Cismigiu is actually a large garden, first designed and laid out in 1845 by the German landscape architect Carl Meyer, but not completed until 1860. More than 30,000 trees and plants were brought in from the Romanian mountains, while exotic plants were fetched from the botanical gardens in Vienna. Highlights of the 17-hectare garden include the Roman Garden, laid out in the style of ancient Rome, and including busts of Romania's most famous writers, the lake, which can be explored by rowing boat in summer or skated upon during the winter, and Ion Jalea's French Memorial in Carrara marble, which commemorates those French troops killed on Romanian territory during World War I. The park has a couple of cafes, refreshment kiosks and - in summer - terraces, as well as some good, large children's playgrounds. It can get very busy in good weather, but it is a lovely place to spend time.”
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“The National Museum of Natural History Grigore Antipa is a museum in Bucharest, located on Kiseleff Road no. 1. The patrimony of the museum consists of over 2 million pieces, grouped in different zoological, paleontological, mineral and rock and ethnographic collections.”
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“Bucharest’s Old Town is a mix of history, local culture and life style, a trendy entertainment district and favorite hangout for the locals. ”
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“Home to the Romanian George Enescu Philharmonic, the stately Romanian Athenaeum is the city's most prestigious concert hall. The 19th-century building, designed by French architect Albert Galleron, resembles an ancient Greek temple with a 41-meter-high dome and a peristyle of six Ionic columns.”
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