The park was founded in 1936 and is about 110,000 square meters, but most of the park is occupied by its large lake, where you can sail in small boats. Alternatively, sit in the inviting cafes opening in the summer and let the kids go wild and play in the old playground. Restaurants and cafes are set up on the shores of the lake.
Other interesting offers for leisure in King Michael I Park include watching the plays in the summer theater and water sports or land sports - from yoga to football. In the park you can also fish, spend time in the hotel and even in a yacht club - all of which you will find here.
In the park there are also flower exhibitions and from time to time, orchestras arrive here, in order to make the visitors' time enjoyable. You can also see the village museum, an open museum that describes life in a typical Romanian village.
Since 1998, part of the garden has been dedicated to a worldwide Japanese exhibition and today it is called the Japanese Garden.