Peles Castle was built for the King of Romania in the late nineteenth century; it's pretty much contemporary with the writing of _The Prisoner of Zenda_, and it could be the Ruritanian castle there. Fantastically over-wrought interiors, ridiculous marble fireplaces, thick dark carved oak panels, all the stag's heads you could desire and some more stag's heads besides; spires, gardens, collections of arms and armour, and the first castle to be fully electrified.
This is the main reason to go to Sinaia; the other reason is the Pelisor castle. You should see both, and you should see this one first.
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