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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 via mobile

Perhaps it was just the glorious sunshine on the day of our visit, but the park was beautiful, it was fairly busy with bikes and runners passing every minute or so, and a large number of locals fishing in the lake. It is definitely worth...More

Thank Matthew M
Reviewed 2 days ago

I spent an afternoon on this park. It was so beautiful ! Very well kept, peaceful and with a lot of options to eat. You can also reach the Hard Rock Cafe in one of the sides.

Thank Ana C
Reviewed 3 days ago

The park is very large! Great place for a jog or to admire the view, but not the cleanest. Still, a nice place to relax.

Thank Janez J
Reviewed 3 days ago

Herastrau is the second largest park of Bucharest with lots of water as a river is crossing it. The South and the West side are the wider parts. On the est side it's full of very fancy and expensive restaurants and bars.

Thank Lotfi M
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

The park was very big! It's nice time to spend on the edge of the lake.. Different air, awesome views.

Thank M. L
Reviewed 1 week ago

Top place with a great power walk place and lots of restaurants to visit after Many good-looking locals walking here during the weekends

Thank swedechef99
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I used to come here quite often during my stay in Bucharest. It is so peaceful. You will be amazed about how relaxing could be a walk in this park so close to the town so far from the traffic.

Thank Denim L
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The park is great. You can take a boat for half an hour on the lake. Walk or run in the park. There is a small farmer's market and you can go for a picnic. Loved it.

Thank Ganit_w
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Beautiful large park in the town. Even in heavy rain it was still stunning October. Plenty of red squirrels around. Hard Rock Cafe is located in this park and a short walk from the Arch de Triumph. The hop on hop of bus stops along...More

Thank gail1842
Reviewed 1 week ago

I love that Bucharest has lots of green space within the city. And that people really cherish the parks and go there as a regular part of the day, and on the weekends with their family. It is so beautiful and peaceful, you will forget...More

Thank whimsi21
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Steven R
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
28 February 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