Situated in the heart of Bucharest, within walking distance from the Opera, the Cismigiu, the Radisson Blu, the Athene Palace and the Intercontinental hotels, the Cismigiu has somehow retained the flavor of times long passed.
There is a playground for the kids and a gazebo in the center of the park, there is a chess players’ corner, a soccer fans’ debate area, there’s a rotonda (a small circular plaza) surrounded by pedestals with busts of twelve famous writers, lots of grandparents looking after their grandchildren, a small lake you can row a boat on and … you almost expect to hear a brass band play some old-fashion songs and see young cadets in freshly ironed uniforms inviting their dates for a waltz …
The nice and well preserved Kretzulescu church is just outside the park and so are the History Museum and the Concert Hall.
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