We can walk along the promenade created in 56-osok tere, at the top of the new underground garage.
City Park is in the middle of a huge renewal, and the newest step is the opening of the renewed 56-osok tere. This square is a long rectangle along Dózsa György út and has been used by the city as a car park for decades. It was the venue of many concerts and processions, but now it seems like a real park. Although underground garage has been set up underneath, it still shows a more livable picture than its predecessor.
The so-called City Park Promenade was created on the site of the former parking lot, where more than 100 deciduous trees, 4,000 shrubs and about 40,000 flower bulbs and perennials were planted. The promenade is located between the new building of the Ethnographic Museum and the Városliget Theater planned on the corner of Dózsa György út and Ajtósi Dürer sor. Currently it can be approached from the Ethnographic Museum from the side, because it is bordered by the theater construction area from Ajtósi Dürer sor.
The three-storey underground garage has parking lots for 800 cars, but its most unique feature is that the garage showcases 12 Hungarian artists on the walls from László Moholy-Nagy to Ilona Keserü, Dóra Maurer, Imre Bak and Victor Vasarely. The garage is also perfect for cyclists: an enclosed bicycle storage with changing rooms and showers has also been set up on the top level of the garage.