Small public garden in the centre of Bucharest, usually hosting cultural events, fairs; there are a lot of cafés, bars, terraces in its neighborhood.
Situated not far away from Romana Sq. and Magheru Blvd., Gradina Icoanei (Icon’s Garden ) is a green part of a Bucharest area left untouched by Ceausecu’s urban planners.
So if you want to take a break, from the chaotic center of Bucharest, Gradina Icoanei Park is the perfect place for relax and travel through time, discovering what it used to be called the “Little Paris of the East”.
The Bulandra Theatre (the Toma Caragiu stage, Sala Toma Caragiu), the Icoanei Church and the Anglican Church are located in the park’s immediate vicinity.
Address: Alexandru Xenopol street
Access: 5 minute walk from Romana Square
Metro: Romana Square on the blue line