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Castles and Wine Tasting on Prahova Valley

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1 Day
Availability : Jan 16’ - Dec 16’
Bucharest
Brasov
Max People : 104
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Prahova Valley (Valea Prahovei) is the valley where the Prahova River makes its way between the Bucegi and the Baiu Mountains, in the Carpathian Mountains, Romania. It is a tourist region, situated about 100 km north of the capital city of Bucharest.

Geographically, the Prahova River separates the Eastern Carpathians chain from the Southern Carpathians. Historically, the corridor was the most important passage way between the principalities of Wallachia and Transylvania.

Departure & Return Location

Henri Coanda International Airport (Google Map)

Price Includes

  • An experienced guide at your disposal
  • Transport by car/minibus

Price Excludes

  • Entrance fees at the museums and tourist attractions
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TourPrahova Valley

Prahova Valley (Valea Prahovei) is the valley where the Prahova River makes its way between the Bucegi and the Baiu Mountains, in the Carpathian Mountains, Romania. It is a tourist region, situated about 100 km north of the capital city of Bucharest.

Geographically, the Prahova River separates the Eastern Carpathians chain from the Southern Carpathians. Historically, the corridor was the most important passage way between the principalities of Wallachia and Transylvania.

TourPeles Castle

Peles Castle is one of the most beautiful castles in all Europe. The former Romanian royal family’s summer residence should definitely be on your bucket list. Inside Peles Castle you can wallow in a lavish world of art and history (160 rooms and over 2000 artworks) with influences from different cultures (Italian, Turkish, French, Moorish). The art collections include statues, paintings, furniture, arms and armor, gold, silver, stained glass, ivory, fine china, tapestries, and rugs. Peles Castle took 41 years to be built (1873-1914). It is a real masterpiece of German new-Renaissance architecture, built in a dreamy landscape by King Carol I of Romania

TourBran Castle

Bran Castle is worldwide known as Dracula’s Castle, but its history is far more interesting than the myth. Bran Castle was a safeguard castle for the trade route that connected Transylvania and Wallachia. It was built by the people of Brasov between 1377 – 1378. The Castle, known to the public as the residence of Bram Stoker’s character has had different owners across centuries. After the first world war it became a royal residence, as the Brasov City Council offered the castle to Queen Mary of Romania. It was a gift expressing gratitude for Queen Mary’s involvement in the Romanian Great Union (1918).

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