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This castle along with the gardens was the summer residence of the Romanian queen Marie (from a royal English family). She was the last Romanian queen. The attraction consists of a castle, villas, gardens and a wine cellar. They have the second biggest collection of...More
We wanted to see the gardens only and not the palace. When we got to the entrance the woman in the first ticket booth informed us that only a combi ticket at a fee of 12 lv p.P. was available and no individual tickets could...More
The garden is large and versatile including various different kind of parts. It was beautiful even in the middle of September and I can only imagine how beautiful it's during summer when roses are in their best. There is one entrance from the sea promenade...More
I had the extrodinary chance of staying at one of the garden's villas, and as if the chilly september mornings filled with bird songs, subtle sounds of the irrigation devices and dim, distant waves of the Black Sea weren't enough, seeing the palace itself was...More
We visited the palace & gardens as part of an excursion.
We visited the gardens first, these were beautiful & well maintained & preserved. There is a separate cactus garden full of different types of cactus.
The gardens are very tranquil & offer a lovely...More
We would have visited the gardens more than once, but we didn't bother to do more that step inside the palace as heaving with people and very little to see inside. Unfortunately the two businesses work together and they are not allowed to give you...More
Lovely area and we were entertained on our private tour with cocktails and canopies.
However, the Palace itself was pretty empty of paintings etc. Not what us Brits are used to in our grand houses. Apparently when the royal family left all their personal paintings...More