I discover that you cant choose what you want to see. Even if you want only palace or gardens, and even they put special prices for each of them, they oblidge you to pay and see both of it. That seems to me a fraud. But the park is divine!
Botanical garden and the tiny palace inside are a nice place to visit for few hours, however, the overall feeling is that it was a fairy-tale place when created and now it offers just a glimpse of its former glory. Not well maintained, I am sure that Jules Jani is tossing and turning because of the state of his creation.... 更多
We spent a few pleasant hours walking around the gardens. The palace is small, but it offers a view into the life of the royal family of Romania, in the brief years it ruled over here and especially the life and interests of Queen Mary, of English origin. There is free wine tasting at the end of the alley of... 更多
With a history that is highly connected to Peles and Pelisor Castle, this place has the signature of Queen Mary. It was designed to be her summer residence and she absolutely fell in love with it, so she ordered that her heart would be burried bere. We also attended a wine tasting: wine with plums and wine with roses and... 更多
The garden tickets are enough to see plenty. But they call out to buy the castle tickets first which is a bit of a scheme. The castle is just a two flour villa, downstairs is gallery upstairs is tree rooms floor. The bathroom is the most interesting.
We have visited the Royal Palace and the gardens a couple of times and I have to say that they are both beautiful! While the Palace itself is more a collection of villas, the botanical gardens are a rarity. The place means a lot especially to Romanians, because of Queen Mary who built it up about 100 years ago. Highly... 更多