Parks and recreation areas

Holder of the title the Green Capital of Romania, Brasov is the town with the biggest surface of green are on inhabitant in the country. The preoccupation for setting up parks and gardens has been constant during the last years, allowing the town to have today parks in all its neighbourhoods.
The most impressive and populate is Nicolae Titulescu Park, which dominates the centre of the town by its considerable dimension, being a true calm and quietness oasis in the middle of the metropolis.
Impeccably maintained, with tortuous alleys, valuable and various species of trees and flowers, the park is preferred by both the children and the grownups. At the end of the summer weeks, the park becomes a background for the photo weddings of those that gather their destinies, offering an impressive spectacle for the transients, thanks to the proximity with the Matrimonies’ House.
The newest parks, which gained rapidly popularity among the inhabitants of Brasov, are
The Lake Noua Park – located in a generous natural environment, dominated by a lake with boats and hydro-bicycles – and the Park under Tâmpa Hill, easily accessible, appropriate for children, animals and nature keens.
The Athletes Park, also known as Tractorul Park, after the name of the neighbourhood in which it is located, occupies an impressive area and it is dedicated to the sport keens. The Olympic Skating Rink Braşov is located in the very heart of this park.
The Childrens’ Park Ina Schaeffler, located on Livada Poştei in the centre of the town, is exclusively dedicated to the little ones, who find here toys, cradles, rocking-chairs and even a castle.