Restoration of the Rose Park in Trnava

The roses, to which the park owes its name, will return to the formerly baroque garden, which was used by Trnava residents as early as the 19th century. Although the municipality planted a thousand new roses in the park in 2010, the green light for the overall reconstruction of this space was only given in 2016, when an anonymous public urban-architectural and landscape design competition was held. The accessible banks of the Trnávka will provide a welcome space for relaxation, especially during hot summer days. The project also includes flower beds, a fountain, trees and greenery to help combat unwanted climate change. In terms of functionality, the new park will have five parts: Strelecka Street, the garden at Emmer’s Villa, the Rose Park itself, the cycle path and the Trnávka riverbed.

Work on the reconstruction of the park began in October 2021 and after a forced pause due to weather conditions, it is continuing in full swing.
Resting areas and pergolas with climbing roses, a fountain, benches made of white granite, a meadow with perennial beds – not only these new elements will raise the space in the city centre to a new level. The Trnávka, which is currently not very attractive to visitors, will also undergo a major transformation and become a dominant feature of the park. The river will be lined with railings and two footbridges will allow access to its other bank. The Pink Park in its full glory should be a delight to the eyes of Trnava citizens as early as mid-July 2022.

Area of the designed area 18 093 m2

Approved application for a non-refundable financial contribution in the amount of 2,571,156 euros

Hodnota investície
2 760 974 €
Stav projektu
It is implemented
Verejný priestor Verejný priestor
Mestská časť
Stred (centrum mesta, Špíglsál)

Časová os projektu


Urban-architectural and landscape competition


Project documentation


Building permit


Public procurement procedure for construction contractor




Completed project