Cismigiu GardensCurrently Open
- Address: Bulevardul Schitu Magureanu, Bucuresti, Romania, Bucharest
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +40-732360947
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Garden, Family And Kids
Cismigiu Gardens - Review
Completed in 1860, these gardens are famous for their collection of trees and plants from all over Romania as well as exotic imports from other countries sourced from various Botanic Gardens in Vienna. 17 acres in size, the gardens are hands-down the most beautiful green space in the city. During summer time it is a refuge from heat; during winter time it's where the locals come to skate on ice. There's always an event or other going on at the park especially at the fanfare gazebo, which sees concerts during spring and summer, and hosts astronomical groups at night. Check out the Romanian Writer's Rotunda, the Sissi Steadnidi spring, The World War 1 Monument, and the ruins of a sixteenth-century monastery. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Bucharest itinerary 1 day.
How To reach Cismigiu Gardens by Public Transport
- 61, 66, 69, 70, 85, 90, 91, 336, 610 stop Universitate
- 122, 126, 137, 138, 168, 178, 226, 268, 368-Cismigiu station
- 163, 336, 601 - Gradina Cismigiu station
- 178 Sala Palatului station
By Metro: M2 line stop Universitate
By Trams: 61, 66, 69, 70, 85, 90, 91, 92 - GrÃÃ„ƒdina CiÃÃ…Ÿmigiu station
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Things to Know Before Visiting Cismigiu Gardens
95% of people who visit Bucharest include Cismigiu Gardens in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
31.35% of people start their Cismigiu Gardens visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Cismigiu Gardens
67.17% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Cismigiu Gardens
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Cismigiu Gardens, Bucharest Reviews
This is not a park, this is a garden. It's a decent place to walk about, and you can bring your average-sized dog with you, and a baggie of course. This is one of the oldest "parks" or "gardens" in the city, and was designed, implemented and improved upon by a bunch of foreign park experts only history cares to remember. Overall, it has this kitsch feel to it that's hard to wash. Or maybe I just like bigger parks.
Great place to be, the most beautiful, elegant and romantic lake garden in Bucharest. Perfectly located close to the old city center. Some terraces available on the lake shore, plus the Library bar and Monte Carlo restaurant (good for weddings). Boats can be rented even by beginners (water level is only 70 cm). Century-old trees with impressive shapes, sizes and variety. A big playground in the middle of the park. Poet Eminescu's water spring, peacocks, swans and ducks in the warm season, statues and on some Sundays in summer - a brass band (fanfare) plays in the center kiosk.
An extremely beautiful, romantic regal and artistic park, close to the National Bucharest Conservatory University (where free classical concerts, recitals or plays occasionally occur from the students). Full of gorgeous trees and flowers, along with a collection of various species of free roaming birds, with well maintained grounds, benches, paths and statues, as well as with two main restaurants and various other eateries scattered about. Many outdoor cultural performances take place here for national holidays, both official and non. Been here countless times both during the day and more so late at night, it's patrolled and safe as any park can hope to be at night. A gem, close to both the old city center, other restaurants, shops, appartments and transportation in both the ratb and subway lines.
The gem of the city, Cișmigiu is more likely to be categorised as a garden, given all the green area that forms the park. You will enjoy a nice and quiet walk under the great trees that cast a shadow over the main alleys of the park or you can cool yourself by taking a boat around the lake. When you're done with that, check out the restaurants and food joints freshen up and settle your hunger.
Lovely historical park of Bucharest, albeit a bit crowded. Not recommended when there's a folk music concert sponsored by the city hall, as you won't find any trace of tranquility and relaxation no matter how far away you go from the speakers. Also, there are lots of people walking dogs... and not cleaning after them.