Bordei Park, Bucharest

The land that became Bordei Park was bought by the Bucharest Municipality from the Marmorosch Blank Bank in 1932 for a price of 16 million lei.

The land that became Bordei Park was bought by the Bucharest Municipality from the Marmorosch Blank Bank in 1932 for a price of 16 million lei. It was officially opened in 1938 by King Carol II of Romania. Recently refurbished, the park is one of the smallest in the city, but it is worth following the snaking paths around the serpentine lake, and crossing the bridge to explore the small island.

cod_bagriel / flickr CC 2.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/
cod_bagriel / flickr CC 2.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/

Opening Hours

Monday:
Open 24 Hours
Tuesday:
Open 24 Hours
Wednesday:
Open 24 Hours
Thursday:
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Friday:
Open 24 Hours
Saturday:
Open 24 Hours
Sunday:
Open 24 Hours

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