This time I will bring up another place in Bucharest where I like to hang around whenever I have some time: The Cișmigiu Garden. If you happen to be in Bucharest I invite you not to miss out the opportunity to have a walk in this lovely garden (the oldest in town, they say).
Bucharest is a town of contrasts. It combines cosmopolitan living with traditional aspects.
The following photo, taken while strolling through one of the most beautiful parks in town, Herăstrău, illustrates this idea so well, to my mind.
I live waiting for a better tomorrow. Nevertheless, I am an optimist. At the same time I dislike foolish optimism, without any grounds. So, I think the correct description is: I am an optimist with good reasons.
I believe in the bright future of Big Beautiful Bucharest, the town of lovers, and there are several reasons for my expectations:
1. In Bucharest, in recent years, the education of young children is continuously improving.
2. In Bucharest, more and more locals started working out. They like to practice all kinds of sports. And what is equally important, the sports and leisure infrastructure is growing.
3. In Bucharest, there are many parks, huge and small. But the most important part is that people start enjoying the stroll on a weekly basis.