I enjoy this park no matter the mood. I suppose it is due to its well thought out infrastructure. Whenever I’m feeling melancholic, I can always find a bench in the private of the trees away from the major park routes. I don’t think it is actually possible to hide yourself here, but you can very much feel isolated from the hassle of the park visitor crowds.
In contrast, whenever I feel extraverted, there are multiple spots to “show yourself” and check out the people around you. There is an awesome coliseum-like spot where visitors can sit around, enjoying the company of others around them.
There are even workout zones and playgrounds for kids! I really want to point out the incredible design of the infrastructure because I don’t think that I’ve been to a park that can cater to so many different needs of so many different people at once.
There was a time when I used to go for jogs here almost every day. Funny thing is, for reasons unexplainable even to myself, I’ve done that in the winter seasons only. I find it important to point out since it only shows how comfy, cozy and well thought-out this park is! Snowy jogs for the win!
This park houses two really interesting cultural spots: Chyrvony Mlyn (The Red Mill) and the Loshitsky Manor Museum.