PRAHOVA CASTLES

Prahova Castles – price 85 euro/pers (if there are 20 people, if there are fewer people the price will increase with 10 euro)

What are we visiting?
Peles and Pelisor Castles and Cantacuzino Castle Busteni

Peles Castle

Peles Castle is a palace from Sinaia, built between 1873 and 1914. Built as the summer residence of the kings of Romania, the building is currently owned by the Royal Family of Romania and is one of the most important historic buildings in Romania, uniquely unique and is, by its historical and artistic value, one of the most important monuments of its kind in Europe in the second half of the nineteenth century

Pelişor Castle

Pelisor Castle was built between 1889 and 1903 by King Carol I. and was intended for the future King Ferdinand and Queen Maria. Until Pelişor was finished, the young people lived in Foisor. Pelişor has only 99 rooms, compared to Peleş Castle with 160 rooms. The entire house was decorated to be a princely residence, and bears the mark of a strong personality: Queen Maria.

Cantacuzino Castle Busteni

Less known than the Peles, but with an equally beautiful history, Cantacuzino Castle in Buşteni is a touristic “rival” for the former summer residence of Carol I in Sinaia. The castle was erected by Gheorghe GrigoreCantacuzino, nicknamed “Nababul” due to the fabulous fortune, and the legend circulated about him that the prince wanted to bury his yard and wrap his gold coin roof

Where are we eating?
Lunch at Cutitu d’Argint (Silver Knife) Restaurant, Sinaia