Castelul PelisorAleea Peleșului 2, Sinaia
Tel: +40 244 310 918
5.0 Stars written by Stéphane TAMPIGNY
Very beautiful castle. You can make amazing pictures at sunset. The visit is very interesting even if it is forbidden to take pictures (except if you pay a fee). You will discover many amazing facts and technologies such as the central heating system or the huge mirrors. Just note that you must go there at the right time as you must be part of a group to be able to enter inside
4.0 Stars written by Marybeth Williams
Looked spectacular from the outside with amazing views all around. A stream of water runs along the path for fantastic pictures and there are even vendors with souvenirs and food items like cooked corn on the cob and candy apples. We were not able to go inside because it was closed therefore I couldn't give it a 5 star, but totally worth the 5-10 minute walk from parking to see the outside. Just know as soon as you turn on the street to go up to the castle there is a guard there and you need to stop. We missed him and had to go back down the hill before we could park. Also, if on your return to your car you decide to go down the path with the vendors, know you will either have to turn around and retrace your steps or have to go all the way around. We made that mistake but chose to find our way back the long way. Bonus was we went into the beautiful monastery as well as found an American war memorial that was a very special find.
5.0 Stars written by Oana Alexandra
Lovely place, offers English guided tours, for a good price, however, lots of disrespectful people within the group, using flashes when they were actually advised not to. So, if you can't turn it off on your camera, just use a phone with no flash feature or ask someone to help you turn it off. People in the group I was in, seemed to be constantly disturbing the atmosphere. Other than that, delightful and pleasant experience every time I've visited.
5.0 Stars written by Ken Weary
A very impressive place to go with a family. The castle is just over 100 years old and it is very majestic. It has 170 rooms and 30 bathrooms. The grounds are quite beautiful as well as the mountains in the foreground. Note, you don't have to pay anything to walk around the outside which might be the most ideal choice for young kids.
4.0 Stars written by Ingo Orland
Very beautiful, but even during winter pretty crowded with tourists. We just payed entrance without a tour. But only when we were inside we were told that we are not allowed to take pictures without prior paying an extra tax! After that the lady was following us to check up on us that we did not take any pictures and even threatened us to leave the building. Not a nice experience. But still the castle is worthwhile.