Visit two unique sights in Romania: Snagov Monastery & Mogosoaia Palace
Visit the Mogosoaia Palace and admire The Brancovenian Style - an unique architectural style created in Romania
Visit - Dracula’s Tomb in Snagov Monastery - a 14th century monastery located on the island in the middle of Snagov Lake
Entrance ticket for the Mogosoaia Palace and Snagov Monastery
Pick-up and return for Bucharest Downtown Hotels & Hostels
Professional tour guide
Photography & Video fees
Phone calls and other personal expenses
This fascinating tour of Snagov Monastery and Mogosoaia Palace is an amazing opportunity to admire two of Romania’s most unique sights, which are within easy reach of nearby Bucharest, although a million miles away in terms of ambience.
First up is a tour of Mogosoaia Palace, during which you will be able to explore its spectacular gardens and delight in its unique Brancovenian style of architecture, which blends Venetian and Ottoman elements. This is the Romanian Renaissance at its finest, and you will learn so much during your guided tour. The grandeur of Mogosoaia Palace will leave a lasting impression, and located just 15km from the city center it’s a convenient and stunning attraction.
Following your journey into history you will head over to Snagov Monastery, which is a 14th century religious site located on an island in the middle of Snagov Lake. Alleged throughout myth and legend to house Dracula’s tomb the monastery is a peaceful oasis surrounded by fresh air and a lovely park, but prepare yourself because intrigue and adventure lie in wait throughout this tour of Snagov Monastery. The calming air of the monastery’s grounds is a million miles away from the hustle and bustle of vibrant Bucharest, and you will feel at ease as you explore it’s many fascinating features.
If you’re looking to explore some of the more mystical aspects of this region, then this interesting half-day tour of Snagov Monastery and Mogosoaia Palace is for you.
You won’t want to miss this fascinating tour that will introduce you to two of the country’s unique tourist attractions.