The public park culminates on the banks of the Megan Canal with elevated walkways, paths and rest and play areas. Some of the stops along the riverside promenade are protected from the weather and winds by special, properly oriented parapets. These embrace outdoor seating areas with benches and tables, lighting and connections for charging mobile phones. Various moving works of art, similar to windmills, transform wind energy into an “aesthetic spectacle” or even a “pleasant and extraordinary sound“. A series of kiosks with fireplaces and benches along the riverbank will allow users not only to enjoy barbecues and get together with friends and family, but also to warm up to combat the low temperatures of the cold seasons. In addition, at the points closest to the river, binoculars will be installed to enjoy the views over the water.