Grădina Cișmigiu este cea mai veche grădină publică din București. Este așezată în centrul orașului, are o suprafață de circa 16 hectare și este mărginită de două artere importante: bulevardul Regina Elisabeta și bulevardul Schitu Măgureanu.
More than 30,000 trees and plants were brought from the Romanian mountains, while exotic plants were imported from the botanical gardens in Vienna. Cișmigiu is Bucharest's oldest park and a great place to stroll and enjoy a break from the hectic city.
Close to the old town city centre but far from the traffic noise. A park with great diversity of fauna and flora. During the winter there is a skating park on the lake.
Located in the heart of Bucharest you will find Cismigiu Park. This 17 hectare park dates back to 1847 when designed by a German architect. Central to the park is a large lake where you can rent boats during the summer or ice-skate during the winter months. The park has style and character. Bucarest…
The oldest park, actually a garden, in Bucharest, an oasis of nature with a small lake and secrets to discover. In winter, a skating ring is put up. Note: try to find the Citadel.
Located in the centre of Bucharest, Cismigiu Gardens are the city’s first public garden, opened in 1854. The park was designed by landscape designer Wilhelm Mayer in the style of English gardens and features playgrounds, a gazebo that hosts live concerts in summer and plenty of green meadows for…
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