King Mihai I Park or Herăstrău Park (is the same park!) is the biggest park in Bucharest and has various qualities. It's in the city center, it has a big lake, you can do all sorts of activities: bike riding (the are 2-3 places in the park where you can borrow a bike for free), boat rowing ( you…
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…
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…
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.
Another great park to have a walk is Herastrau Park, other than beeing great for a good walk, it is also renouned for the exclusive restaurants and nightlife on Soseaua Nordului. 15-20 minutes 6 stations with Subway, get down at Aviatorilor station
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