Bucharest parks

Bucharest , capital of Romania, is also called the City of Parks and Boulevards . A very cozy and pleasant city that is also called the Paris of the East and that is between the slopes of the Carpathians and the Danube. Many are the parks that the city has, of different sizes and each one of them the truth that for a different moment. Whatever you want and wherever you are, you will have a park nearby to enjoy the natural world.

Among the most popular parks in Bucharest are the Cismigiu Gardens , located in front of the City Hall and which were designed in 1845 although they were not opened to the public until 1860. There are more than 30,000 trees and plants that were taken from various mountains in Romania , and also There are many exotic plants that were imported from the different botanical gardens in Vienna. This is the oldest park in the city and a wonderful place to take a walk and get away from the madding crowd. You can rent a rowing boat (as in the Retiro Park in Madrid), have a beer in the open air, let the children have a good time in the playground, play a game of chess in the area for it or simply sit down on a bench and admire the great life that the park has.

Another wonderful park is the Bucharest Botanical Garden , in front of the Cotroceni Palace and which was inaugurated in 1891. Here there are more than 5,000 varieties of plants that come from both Romania and the rest of the world, as well as a beautiful building that is consider the home of the Botanical Garden. Here there are also manuscripts and various types of devices that will bring you closer to plant life, although you also go there, especially the inhabitants of Bucharest, to walk as if it were just another park.

Finally, the other most interesting park is Carol I , one of the most beautiful and which has a spectacular massive monument that once housed the remains of the communist leader Gheorge Gheorgiu Dej , in addition to the eternal flame that marks the Soldier’s tomb. Unknown. It is another perfect place to spend a good day doing nothing, simply enjoying nature and admiring all the green that the city has.