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“Worth it on a nice day”

Carol Park (Liberty Park)
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Reviewed 7 May 2014

You can have a nice picnic here near the pond toward the back if you wish. The monument itself is interesting but you probably won't be spending as much time there as just enjoying a walk in the park on a nice day. It's pretty peaceful if it's not too crowded (was not too crowded when I was there) and you find a good spot to sit on the bridge, one of the many benches or near the pond to relax.

Thank michael g
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Reviewed 18 April 2014

I liked this park as most of the other parks in Bucharest.
This is not the biggest park of Bucharest but it had it's own soul like most of the other parks have. Bucharest has a lot of parks for a city that is not that big.

Thank Tommyvdw
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Reviewed 25 March 2014

We were fortunate enough to visit the park in early February, just following an extreme snow storm in Bucharest, with temperatures dropping to -22 degrees.
While it was bitter cold, the park itself looked absolutely stunning.
There's a 600 meters long walk from the park's entrance to the monument for the unknown soldier, but it sure is worth taking this walk and watching the entire park from the monument itself.
The park also includes a lovely pond (which was frozen when we visited, naturally) and numerous paths and benches.
Locals were bringing their kids on small sleds, which made the park literally come to life, despite the weather.
Highly recommended.

1  Thank TheShis
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Reviewed 23 March 2014

An old(established since 1906),not very big parc,playgrounds for children,old trees,a little lake.
You can find here a majestic mausoleum of the former comunist leaders and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

Thank zuv
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Reviewed 7 February 2014

It is a park full of contrasts. It is similar with the character of Bucharest. You have a grandiose path to walk till you reach the monument, but also some smaller paths symmetrical dispose on the side of it. So basically you can choose anytime. On the top where the monument is, it is supposed to be a sacred area, sober and quiet, but every single time I've seen happy and loudly people there. And I think because the positive energy of this place. Also on the right side there's an open air arena where the best electronic music concerts happen.
Also the surroundings of this park are interesting. You can visit hotel Suter where you can find one of the only streets with steps from Bucharest, it is called Xenofon street.

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