Maybe most of you know that the Carpathians are pretty close to Bucharest, and maybe many of you already visited Brasov, or Bran, or Sinaia, some of the country’s most famous attractions. But what if there’s more things to see, something that’s even closer to the city? How about a monastery or a palace? These can both be visited in one day. Follow us in discovering some of the places that you probably won’t find in most travel guides. The Mogosoaia Palace and the Snagov Monastery.
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What a great experience. Even though we did something as simple as a small trip outside Bucharest. Would highly recommend Finding Romania to others. A great way to discover Romania.
I would have never thought that Vlad Dracula was buried at a monastery, especially close to Bucharest. Nevertheless, this was a great tour and highly recommended if you have little time to spare.