Cismigiu Gardens, BucharestCurrently Open
- Address: Bulevardul Schitu Magureanu, Bucuresti, Romania, Bucharest
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +40-732360947
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Garden, Family And Kids
About Cismigiu Gardens, Bucharest
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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Cismigiu Gardens, Bucharest Reviews
By far my favourite park in Bucharest. It's not the biggest but it's located in the city center and it offers beautiful winding alleys with through a great diversity of trees and shrubs. It's basically a mix between a botanical garden and a park. There's also a lake and boats can de rented to enjoy some time on the lake. Inside the park one can find a multitude of cafes and terraces to stop for some refreshments. During the wintertime an ice skating area is organized on the lake.
Quite easily one of the best parks of the city. Beautiful lake, skate park during the winter. Flocks of tame, friendly pigeons to feed. They love wheat by the way. The con is? No bikes allowed.
This is one of the two most popular parks in Bucharest and my favorite place to enjoy a quiet evening. It is an amazing atmosphere with a lot of nice people and serene surroundings. The trees, birds and the lake and bridges are amazing. The pigeons and the waterfalls nice benches around and allowing atmosphere right in the middle of the crust are amazing and very beautiful. I really love going there every time I come back to visit from Long Island New York. I used to leave near the park 1 as a teenager and I really loved it then too.
This one of the most beautiful parks in Bucharest, it has small convoluted pathways that allow you to wonder in it for hours. It has a circle of classics, adorned with the busts of poets and writers. It has a lake which during winter is turned into ice-skating ring, and lots of small wonders. During the summer it is extremely crowded. One thing I don't really like, is the presence of lot's of vendors, which for me in a way affect the pleasant experience of enjoying the park.
Its so lovely here, the best park in the city. You can go boating on the lake and there are restaurants and places for icecream and candyfloss. We went to an outdoor theatre event here and it was brilliant. I would say however visitors leave a great deal of garbage behind so can get very dirty and messy in the summer. Perhaps more bins are needed?