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Holul de Onoare (The Hall of Honour) was completed under the direction of Karel Liman, in 1911 and encompasses three levels. Exotic woods and European walnut are used primarily to decorate the walls with superbly crafted woodwork. Retractable stained glass panels, bas-reliefs, and statues made of alabaster finish the decoration.
1,600 pieces of armour and armament are kept in Sala Mare de Arme, also known as ‘The Arsenal’. This exhibit features one of Europe's best collections of hunting and combat weapons from the 14th-19th centuries. The king increased several pieces utilised in his triumph over the Ottoman Turks during the War of Independence.
The Sala Florentine (The Florentine Room), incorporates numerous revived aspects of the Italian Renaissance, primarily from Florence. Most spectacular among these are the solid bronze doors made in Rome, the Luigi Magni ateliers, and the grand marble fireplace made by Paunazio with Michelangelo patterns.
The Austrian Emperor Franz Joseph I, who visited the castle as a friend of the Romanian Royal Family, is thought to have been honoured with Apartamentul Imperial (The Imperial Suite). The rarest of such quality is a five-hundred-year-old Cordoban tooled leather wall cover that is immaculately preserved.
Over 5,000 pieces of porcelain, floor tiles, and faience from the finest 19th-century European ceramicists and centres are on display at the ceramics exhibition. The Peles Museum acquired subsequent artefacts from both private owners and antique shops during 1970. It was founded between 1914 and 1927 by Queen Marie.
Over 50 clocks from the private royal collection, representing a variety of styles and typologies, are on show at the horology exhibition in Peles. It contains pocket watches, pendulum table clocks, grandfather clocks, fireplace clocks, alarm clocks, and more. The majority of them belonged to King Carol I.
15th May – 30th September & 18th April – 14th May
1st October – 14th April
Best Time To Visit: Afternoons on weekdays, to avoid crowds and have an enjoyable experience.
Address: Aleea Peleșului 2, Sinaia 106100, Romania
Yes, you can buy Peleş Castle tickets online.
Peleş Castle ticket prices start from €42.20.
Yes, you can get Peleş Castle tickets at reduced rates for children, students and senior citizens. Children under the age of 5 go free.
Peleș Castle is a Neo-Renaissance castle in the Carpathian Mountains of Romania. The castle stands as a testament to the opulence of the Romanian monarchy. Its exterior features intricate carvings, while the interiors are adorned with elegant furnishings, chandeliers, and priceless art.
You can access Peleş Castle Bucharest by purchasing Peleş Castle tickets.
Peleș Castle is located to the northwest of the town of Sinaia.
Some of the highlights of the Peleș Castle are Holul de Onoare, Sala Mare de Arme and Sala de Teatru.
Peleș Castle is usually open from 10 am to 5 pm.
No. Unfortunately, Peleș Castle is not accessible by wheelchair.
Yes, photography is allowed in Peles Castle.
Yes, Peleș Castle is one of the most stunning palaces in Europe and is well worth the trip. The grandeur of the palace set against the beautiful backdrop of mountains makes it a must-see.