The city park in autumn is worth a visit. The golden yellow leaves on the ground are so beautiful that I can't believe it. Going slowly along the road in the park, people of all colors are also very interesting. As for the price/performance ratio, I don’t have to say, no tickets. On weekends, everyone is here to carry out various sports activities, doing yoga, playing squash, and there is a circle of 3 or 4 people with a small trampoline in the middle. The ball must be hit on the trampoline, which is also a great exercise for people's reaction. Everyone participates in it, and it is the key to the core of a city park!
Urban parks in the modern sense originated in the United States. Frederick Law Olmsted (1822-1903), the founder of American landscape architecture, put forward the great idea of building parks in cities. More than 10 years ago, he and Calvert Vaux (1824-1895) co-designed New York's Central Park (1858-1876). This event not only set the precedent for modern landscape design, but more importantly, it marked the arrival of urban public life landscape. The park is no longer a luxury enjoyed by a few people, but a pleasure for the general public
The city park is a good place for locals to take a leisurely stroll. As a traveler, you are occasionally passing by. The greenery of the park is well laid out and reasonable. The little golden man on the square is also very unique.
The address of the attraction is incorrectly marked. The map is marked with city parks in Vienna. In fact, the city park of Graz is located next to Castle Hill, specifically to the east. These two attractions can be visited together.
Graz is a very unique place, with old buildings and modern buildings harmoniously blending together. Muir’s artificial island and the bizarre art gallery in Graz are both ultra-modern buildings, but they happen to be integrated into the city’s ancient European architecture, giving the city a unique flavor.