Central Park in Cluj-Napoca

Inaugurated in the 1830s, the Central Park in Cluj-Napoca is one of the first urban parks in Central Europe and the main green area in the city centre. Located right next to the Cluj Arena, it can be reached within less than 10 minutes walking distance from the Union Square.

Aqua Magic

Aqua Magic is a huge amusement and water park in Mamaia resort, being, in the same time, one of the biggest in the country.

Botanical Garden in Iaşi

Anastasie Fătu Botanical Garden in Iaşi, dating from 1856, is considered to be the oldest and the largest in the country. Built on Copou Hill, it spreads over a surface of 100 hectares of gardens, natural springs and lakes.

Ion Creanga Children’s Park

Starting with June 1st 2012, all the children from Timișoara have a place of their own where they can have fun outdoors. “Ion Creangă” Children’s Park was reopened after ample restoration and rehabilitation works and now waits for hundreds of kids to visit it every day.

Jibou Botanical Garden

Jibou Botanical Garden is one of the most important botanical gardens in Romania, housing important domestic and international plants. Situated in the eastern part of Jibou, a town located 25km west of Zalău, “Vasile Fati” Botanical Garden spreads on a surface of more than 24 hectares.

Luna Park

Luna Park is an amusement park situated on the shore of Lake Tăbăcăriei, near Satul de Vacanţă, at the entrance to Mamaia resort.

The Holiday Village(Satul de Vacanţă)

Satul de Vacanţă (the Holiday Village), situated on the shore of Lake Tăbăcăriei, between Constanţa and Mamaia, was a picturesque place which hosted 31 Romanian traditional restaurants, decorated in rustic style, according to the features of the region they represented.

Timișoara Roses Park

Among all the beautiful parks in Timișoara, the Roses’ Park is the one that appeals the most to the eye and…to the nose! Situated on the right bank of the river Bega and very close to the Victory Square, the Roses’ Park is the perfect place for a romantic rendezvous.

Timișoara Central Park

The Central Park, situated next to the Metropolitan Cathedral and the Victory Square, is one of the oldest, largest and most beautiful parks in Timişoara. The proximity from the city centre makes it one of the most popular outdoor relaxation and recreation areas.

Timişoara Zoological Garden

Timişoara Zoological Garden, situated in the Green Forest in the north-eastern part of Timişoara, is the main weekend attraction for families with children in the region. Spreading on a surface of 6.34 hectares, the zoo was completely modernized in 2007 to comply with the European standards in the field. 

Cișmigiu Garden

Cișmigiu Garden, situated in the centre of Bucharest, is the city’s oldest public garden, being inaugurated in 1854. Arranged as an English garden, it spreads over an area of 16 hectares. Nowadays it is a perfect place for recreation, as you can walk on its alleys, shaded by rare tree species, listen to marching band music or go for a row on the lake.

Cluj-Napoca Botanical Garden

The Botanical Garden in Cluj-Napoca is a 14 hectares paradise, close to the centre of the old city. Here you can see 10000 species of plants and trees specific to the region, but also tropical plants.

Copou Park

Built between 1834 and 1848, Copou Park is the oldest park in Iaşi. It became famous as being the favourite meditation place of Mihai Eminescu, Romania’s national poet. 

Herăstrău Park

Herăstrău Park, situated in the north of Bucharest, on the banks of Lake Herăstrău, is the city’s largest park (110 hectares). It is also the city’s biggest green area and the most popular place for walks, sport and recreation, offering facilities for boat trips, rowing or water bicycles.

Nicolae Romanescu National Park

Nicolae Romanescu National Park is by far one of Craiova’s most famous and visited sights. It is one of the largest natural parks in Europe, built after French architect Edouard Redont’s plans.