King Michael I Park is a park in Bucharest, Romania. It contains Lake Herăstrău which accounts for 182 acres of the parks 462 acres. The park was established in 1936. The large park is split into two zones, one of which is a more natural rustic area filled with trees and trails and the other zone is a recreational area with open spaces. The park contains the Elisabeta Palace and the Dimitrie Gusti Museum. It is a beautiful green space in the city of Bucharest that provides a break from city life.
The park is situated in the city. It has many access points. The ‘Aviatorilor’ metro stop on line 2 is close to one of the park's entrances. The 131, 331, 335 and 783 buses stop near the entrances to the park.
Opening Times and Admission
The park is a public park, it is open all day every day and it is free to visit.