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This place definitely doesn't need my recommendation, but I wanted to write some useful tips I would like to read here.
First - they don't accept credit cards - only cash. So be prepeard.
Second - if you come by car the parking cost is...More
My husband and I visited Peles Castle and arrived early (before the ticket office opened). It was already quite busy as a tour group was there as well, but we expected this type of attraction to be busy. We wandered the beautiful grounds while we...More
This is a must see in Transylvania. Running hot and cold water, 30bathrooms, a central vacuum system, a retractable roof over the entrance hall. All done with impeccable, If rococo taste. If you have to skip Bran Castle to see Peles Castle, do it.
The tour of Bran Castle was distinctly unfulfilling due to the number of people queuing though the entire place. It was as crowded as the Vatican yet far less interesting and much less to see. There were some good posters that told the history of...More
We stopped by as we traveled from Bucharest to Bran, so glad we did. Just off our route this was an amazing stop. A nice little walk along the path to reach he castle, passed by little kiosks selling junk/treasures, however you see it (typical...More
If you are in Romania and anywhere within 100km of this castle I would highly recommend that you do not miss it. It is absolutely amazing. Everything about I think is opulent. I suggest you take a tour if possible as the history of the...More
The interior of the castle is absolutely stunning and the differing themes for the various rooms delightful.
However despite arriving just after 10:00 the queues were already substantial and the castle very crowded while going round. If you are not having a guided tour there...More
Response from shaza32017 | Reviewed this property |
The tours are booked at the Castle at entry. You buy your ticket for 1 or both floors then go to the entrance and they will ask your language and then off you go. Don’t forget it costs extra to take photos inside Castle.