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Even a simple walk through this city can be a real delight. Our One Day Tour to Sinaia will reveal the most important attractions of the region called Prahova Valley and will reveal the reasons why this city is called The Pearl of the Carpathians.
The Peles Castle is by far the most famous building in Romania and considered even by important foreign publications as one of the most beautiful castles in Europe. Its overwhelming silhouette fits perfectly in the natural decor defined by the blue sky and green forests that surround the castle. The Peles Castle was built by King Carol I of Romania as a summer residence at the end of the nineteenth century. Its majestic interior houses many famous art works and collections as horology, silver and base metal or glass collections. Near the Peles Castle another, smaller but equally impressive inside, castle was built during the Ceausescu era, the Pelisor Castle.
Our tour continues with a visit to the Sinaia Monastery, an Orthodox monastery dating from the 17th century, known as the Cathedral of the Carpathians. A Day trip to Sinaia cannot end without going to Cota 1400. Here you are literally above the sky and if the weather is right, you can enjoy the view of the city and large part of the Prahova Valley, crossed by the river Prahova.