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Herトピtrトブ Park


Situated north of Bucharest , on the area once occupied by the homonymous lake, Herastrau is the biggest city park. Since 1806, wealthy people of the bourgeoisie used to walk on the shores of the lake.

As the park occupies a large surface, it was divided into two distinctive parts:
one part is more suitable for socio-cultural activities, and includes libraries, reading areas, a space for the game of chests, two pavilions for exhibitions, two theatres and several benches for relax.

The other part is more recreational, and dedicated to sport and entertainment, where cyclists, breakdancers and skateboarders love to gather every day, drawing visitors and curious.
Here are numerous sport facilities, chalets and restaurants.

Parco Herトピtrトブ, Bucarest

What to see at Herトピtrトブ Park

Area Expoflora - an area dedicated to the exhibition of beautiful artistic flower compositions.

Island of the roses - from 1st June through the end of autumn, the island, with its harmony of colours, is the perfect place for visitors in search for peace.

Japanese garden 窶 created in 1998 according to the Japanese landscape art technique.

Monuments and statues - alleys, kiosks, statues of acclaimed national and international characters, restaurants and an indoor swimming pool make the park the favourite place in Bucarest .


What to see in Bucharest


ツサ Il Parco Herastau

ツサ Museum of the village

ツサ Arch of Triumph

ツサ Museum of natural history "Grigore Antipa"

ツサ Rumanian athenaeum (Atenelum Roman)

ツサ Hanul Cu Teiツ

ツサ Hanul lui Manucツ ツツツツツツツツ

ツサ People窶冱 Houseツツツ

ツサ Carol Park

ツサ The Technical Museum