Cotroceni Palace (Palatul Cotroceni) makes for Good rainy day activity. Good collection of royal memorabilia too.
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There is a very interesting museum that can be visited only by appointment. English speaking guide very good with extended knowledge on art and history.
We did this tour the same day we drove to and back from Targoviste and toured the former home of Ceausescu. It was a full day but a great day all around. The guide we had was a young and spunky Romanian girl with very...More
We had this tour in April 2017. You need a reservation and a valid ID to enter. The online booking page doesn't really work so try calling. The tour itself is nice, although our guide was more interested in catching the attention of the two...More
I had a tour round here in English. You have to book in advance. It lasted just over 2 hours and you got to look round mostly round the old royal palace but also the cellars, the church and the monks houses. The guide was...More
Entry 40 RON ( or 20 RON pensioner concession ... !!! ). Permit to photograph 5 RON. You need to go onto the Palace website and send off an email requesting a tour of the once royal palace - now a museum ... Make sure...More
an eclectic palace with nice architecture and furniture/ personal objects that reminds of the some of the Romanian kings and queens. the erudite and exhaustive explanations of our guide ( Mrs. Ioana Stroenescu, history teacher- maybe the others are the same ) was the best....More