As early as the 19th century, the Enlish Park (Anglia Park) provided recreation and entertainment for the people of Komorn and many military garrisons. In the music pavilion, which once stood here, military bands gave concerts, one of the conductors was olderer Franz Lehár. A copy of the pavilion can be found in the Europe Place. The Hungarian-Czech king László V. was born in the fortress of Komárno, and his bust is located here.
There is a children's park for young and old, with a snack bar in the cottage.
There is also a smaller educational trail here, which shows the characteristic flora and fauna of the park on 4 boards.