Formerly the estate of Tsar Alexei Mikhailovich, Izmailovo Park is one of the largest parks in Moscow at more than 300 hectares. It was established as a recreational and cultural park in 1931 and Muscovites have long loved this relaxation spot. Ride the roller coaster or the Ferris wheel for an adrenaline rush in the amusement park that lives in Europe's largest urban green space. Other attractions include the Round Pond with the man-made island, a memorial area, sports and playgrounds, shooting galleries, cinemas, a skate park, and available Wi-Fi. There are often festivals, concerts, theatrical performances, dance parties, and firework displays in the park where entrance is free. Visitors can also admire the beautiful birch woods and Pokhorovoskiy Cathedral, which was built in 1679.