It’s hard to believe that Carol I’s nephew Ferdinand (1865–1927) could have been unsatisfied with lavish Peleş Castle; nonetheless, Pelişor Palace was built for him just next door. The smaller, art nouveau palace st…
The church and monks’ cells on this site during the 17th century weren’t ample enough to accommodate Sinaia’s growing religious community, so in 1846 this serene complex was built. Its main church is a marvel of car…
Cave monastery used as a spiritual retreat since the 15th century.
At the western end of the Peleş estate is the Swiss-châlet-style Foişorul Hunting Lodge, built as a temporary residence by King Carol I before Peleş Castle was completed.
Access this simple hiking shelter by the cable cars from Sinaia.
Hiking shelter at 1510m, a 15-minute walk up from Cota 1400.