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Cotroceni Palace: Fast Track + Guided Tour

  • Duration: 1h
  • Live guide in English
  • Starting time: 09:45
  • Fast-track entrance to the palace (inner courtyard, 1st & 2nd floor)
  • Classic guided tour with an English speaking guide
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Lidia,  Italy Italy
12 Nov 2022
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Stephan l'assistente di Transylvanian wonders e la guida Adrian veramente favolosi. Gentili e molto professionali. E palazzo Cotroceni merita davvero. Peccato tour solo alle 13, sarebbe meglio la...
Stephan l'assistente di Transylvanian wonders e la guida Adrian veramente favolosi. Gentili e molto professionali. E palazzo Cotroceni merita davvero. Peccato tour solo alle 13, sarebbe meglio la mattina. Ma è stata una visita stupenda. Grazie
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16 Jun 2021
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Molto interessante il posto e molto professionale e friendly la guida
Cotroceni Palace: Fast Track + Guided Tour

About: Cotroceni Palace

Cotroceni Palace, or Palatul Cotroceni in Romanian, is the official residence of the President of Romania. It is located in Bucharest, Romania. Visitors can only see inside by booking ahead and taking a guided tour.

The palace is also home to the National Cotroceni Museum.

Cotroceni Palace
Palatul Cotroceni
Șoseaua Cotroceni 36, 060116, Bucharest
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