Vila Retezat

Cartier Furnica, Street Mihail Kogalniceanu nr.68, Cod, Sinaia, 106100, Romania
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Travel Tips for Sinaia


by irinuca

Sinaia is 48km south of Brasov on the DN1 towards Bucharest. Travelling by train is just as fast and probably safer than travelling by car. From the station, climb the stairs to main road and turn left to reach Bulevardul Carol 1, Sinaia's main street on which you'll find all you need.
Is a small mountain city so you can came here in all the season and is still beautyfull and you have to go up on the mountain to see the stil cross and the nice panorama.(i'm sorry that i don't have pictures of it...).

Rock Climbing

by monica71

There are lots of places for rock climbers enthusiasts. I admit, I am not one of them, but I have seen several people doing this while I was in Sinaia, Busteni and Predeal.

From what I heard, the walls in Sinaia are the easiest ones to climb. The "real thing" however, can be found in the Costila Region, only 30 minutes hiking from Busteni. Busteni is easily reached by car or by train from Sinaia. It takes about 10-15 minutes to get there.

Stop by the tourist office once you reach Sinaia or Busteni and ask for a map with all the available trails for rock climbing. They will gladly provide you with one!

Peles-one of the most beautiful castles in Europe

by Dariana

Peles Castle was the summer residence for Romanian`s Kings.In 1873 ,Prince Carol de Hohenzollern Sigmaringen started the building of the castle and its offocial inauguration took place in oct.1883.
The characteristic features of the architecture are specific to German neo-Renaissance style:vertical and slim sharps profiles, irregular shapes, abundance of carved wood and decorative elements. The terraces was adorned with statues,vases,columns,perfect integrated in the magnificent landscape.

Peles castle

by Mr_Furious

This is the number one attraction in Sinaia. The palace was built in the 19th century by king Carol 1, and has a beautiful interior. Unfortunately I was there on a monday, which ment the palace was closed, but didn't prevent me from admiring the outside.

Pelisor Castle (Little Peles)

by monica71

Pelisor Castle is almost adjacent to Peles Castle. King Ferdinand, who succeeded Carol I, intended to use Peles Castle as a summer residence. Supposedly he found Peles too big and overwhelming, so he commissioned the smaller, art-nouveau style, Pelisor Castle. Pelisor's 70 rooms feature a unique collection of turn-of-the century Viennese furniture and Tiffany and Lalique glassware.


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