King Michael I Park, also known as Herastrau Park, is a large park located in Bucharest, Romania. The park was designed by Ernest Pinard, Octav Doicescu and Rebhun Fr. Rebhun in 1936. The present-day park has numerous gardens, sculptures and fountains.
The Herastrau is a 462-acre park, which includes a 177 acres lake. There are two park sections. One is open year-round to the public. Tourists can visit attractions such as the Dimitrie Gusti National Village Museum, the open-air theater, a yacht club and the sports club. In addition, the park is home to Beraria H, which is Europe’s largest beer hall.Places nearby:
Dimitrie Gusti National Village Museum, Bucharest: The Historic Romanian Ethnographic Museum 0 km / 0 mi
Treasures Of The National Museum Of Art Of Romania 3 km / 2 mi
Aventura Park, Brasov: the biggest adventure park in Eastern Europe 131 km / 81 mi
Black Church: A stupendous Gothic marvel of Transylvanian Europe 135 km / 84 mi
Sea Garden: Burgas' Beautiful Public Park 204 km / 126 mi