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Peleș Castle

  • Duration: 1h
  • Live guide in English, Romanian
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  • Admission to Peleș Castle
  • Introduction in by a multilingual guide who speaks English and Romanian
  • Self-guided tour
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Jeffrey,  United States United States
18 Aug 2021
Excellent. Valarie was very informative about the castle's history and architecture. She skillfully interjected humor into her explanations making the learning and listening enjoyable.
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Eyal,  Israel Israel
06 Jul 2022
The castle is very impressive and Madalina was a great guide. Very pleasant and very interesting.
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Angel,  Spain Spain
13 Jul 2022
Mi edificio favorito de Rumanía, es una verdadera joya, merece la pena hacer la visita guiada al Castillo de Peles, no te lo pierdas
Peleș Castle

About: Peleș Castle

Peleș Castle, the former summer residence of Romanian royalty, is a museum that allows visitors to explore the castle and its grounds. It is located in Sinaia, Romania, roughly 124 km from the country's capital, Bucharest.

Saturday 09:15 - 16:15
Sunday 09:15 - 16:15
Monday Closed
Tuesday 09:15 - 16:15
Wednesday 11:00 - 16:15
Thursday 09:15 - 16:15
Friday 09:15 - 16:15
Peleș Castle
Aleea Peleșului 2, 106100, Sinaia
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