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Herastrau Park

B-dul Aviatorilor, Bucharest, Romania
+40 786 042 404
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B-dul Aviatorilor, Bucharest, Romania
+40 786 042 404
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Reviewed yesterday

It could have been a nice park but because of all the bufets, kiosks and other commercial things in it, I should say that it is ruined.

Thank Bengiyle S
Reviewed yesterday

A beautiful park in that you need to see a beautiful lake where you can walk around and see the sights

Thank Ramboiu A
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

You will enjoy the park but you need to take your time, walk slowly and enjoy the greenery of this huge park. Best if you bring some food and enjoy your picnic here

Thank Jeff T
Reviewed yesterday

Herastrau Park is amazing, you can see a lot of roses, interesting statues, beautiful swans and a lot of fish in the water. It is a great way to relax on the weekend.

Thank Cristina2014CI
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

This park is a real gem and very convenient for the centre of the city. You can walk for miles, take a boat trip or just chill. You could spend most of a day here. There are bikes available to hire.

Thank Donald M
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Absolutely beautiful park with lots to do! The park and lake span a number of kilometres with many tracks and paths to walk. Along with monuments there's an area of the lake whereby turtles, ducks, peacocks, swans and fish are kept which you can see...More

Thank Carys R
Reviewed 4 days ago

You can spend a whole day just walking around the park. Huge area for doing literally everything: you can borrow a boat for the big lake, you can visit the outdoor museum which shows different romanian houses. When we went they had an area with...More

Thank Kaja G
Reviewed 6 days ago

If driving to the park, it takes some time to find parking. The park is 6km and beautiful to walk, however, if you go early in the morning none of the restaurants open till late morning, so be prepared with a water or snack.

Thank formykids12
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Incredible black swans and superb early summer colours in Herastrau Park. You can either stroll, ride a bike take a boat or ship tour of the island or have great Romanian cuisine in Pescarus Restaurant. Excellent relaxi g atmosphere for families with or without kids,...More

Thank Cristina T
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

So this was a really lovely park and well worth a visit, we got to it via the hop in and off bus and found it a real delight. Very well maintained and a few interesting statues.

Thank Rachel B
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Steven R
Which cafes bars near to this park would people recommend?
16 January 2017|
Response from Mihai T | Reviewed this property |
It depends on the time of the year. In summer, there are several restaurants with very nice terraces at the lake, or just terrases. I can reccomend Il Locale, Funky Club, Nuba, Biutiful. If winter, you can try La Brasserie... More
Limited time to visit this park - will be entering by the Arch - so would like to know where in relation to the Village museum are the Avenue of Caryatids/European union founders monument/Elisabeta Palace/Island of Roses - thank you for any advice you can give. Alanna
1 March 2015|
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Response from Tiberiu A | Reviewed this property |
If you enter by the Arch, you are not very far from the Elisabeta Palace - by the way, this palace is inhabited currently by the former king Mihai I and is not for public visiting any more, as far as I know, but I might be... More