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Whilst in Sinaia we took the opportunity to visit the house. It is a little way away from the station and best reached by a taxi. ( But remember to book the taxi to collect you again as there are none to be found near...More
At the time of out visit we were inly able to visit the first floor. But we were impressed with how organised the tour was. You receive an audio guide. The audio guide is available in four languages: english, romanian, french and italian. The price...More
Although not as popular as the Peles Castle, the museum is worth a visit when in Sinaia, to get an idea of the interior of a local house built in Neo-Romanian style. Everything is well preserved. They offer an audio guide, which unfortunately is only...More
We visited the house as our final destination of our trip to Romania and found it a 'tour de force'. Agreed our view was tempered by our reason for visiting Romania, but it put everything in context. I can believe that Enescu enjoyed living in...More
Visiting George Enescu memorial house in Sinaia was an enjoyable experience. Worth visiting even if you aren't the artistic one of the kind.
The items in the house are well preserved ( objects of furniture, pictures, carpets). Take an audio guide for the complete experience....More
there's that much to visit here, as there are only few rooms, but this is a must-see for everybody who is a fan of Enescu or who simply wants to know more about him. in here, you get to enter more into what Enescu-the man...More
We were impressed by Enescu’s “cell”, his small and traditionally decorated bedroom… inspired by his musical sanctuary from the big piano room to the top floor room where he taught the young prodigy Yehudi Menuhin… surprised by the modesty and generosity of the maestro... Enescu...More
This house was built by George Enescu with money earned for his concertos in the United States. Is has very warm, inviting interiors, with valuable art objects, which say a lot about his and his wife's life. From the terrase there is a stunning view...More
If you are in Sinaia, you can allocate 1 hour to visit the house of George Enescu. Situated on Cumpatu, the road is not in best shape, but manageable. The fee is 6 lei for adults, but if you want to take photos inside add...More