King Mihai I Park
112 locals recommend ·
Tips from locals
It is a good place for jogging, or walking, or biking out. Also, in the evening, you can eat and entertain in one of the restaurants that are in the park.
Plan a romantic walk with your partner during the night or an ad-hoc picnic with the children during the day :)
Quite simply, this glorious park, spread over 187 hectares around Herastrau lake is one of Romania's crown jewels.
Herestrau Park is the biggest park in Bucharest with lots of green and a big lake. There is also a Museum in the park as well as a couple of more museums nearby.
Biggest park we have. You will be pleased to walk around it . You will also find great places to eat and drink.
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