Carol I Park is located at the end of the avenue of June 13, and it is one of the loveliest parks in the city. In the middle of it there is a big lake and on weekends the people come to rent a boat. The park has a lot of children, whom are accompanied by their grandparents because parents generally do not have enough money to find another child care system. Up on the top of the park is a monument dedicated to the dead, a tribute to the Romanian soldiers, with a flame of the unknown soldier. You can get there from the hill of the metropolis, the Strada Patriarhieu, southwest of the hill. The park is big, but around it are the big roads of the city, and there are actually very few places where you feel like you're in the midst of vegetation. It is easy situate yourself by the large main boulevard leading to the memorial of the dead. This is on a hill that lets you take in all the sights around you. And as in other city parks, there is wifi and many young people go there with their laptops to use it.