The tour includes wine tasting at the famous Rhein Azuga Cellars and stops at the Sinaia Monastery and Peles Castle.
Sinaia Monastery was founded by Prince Mihai Cantacuzino in 1695 and named after the great Sinai Monastery on Mount Sinai. The monastery is well known for its mural paintings.
Peles Castle was built between 1873 and 1883. This is a Neo-Renaissance castle placed in an idyllic setting in the Carpathian Mountains, on the medieval route linking Transylvania to Wallachia. The Peles Castle was the world’s first castle fully operated by electric power. The castle has rooms decorated with elements inspired from world cultures, settings that can vary by function (offices, libraries, armoires, art galleries) or by style (Florentine, Moorish, French).
Rhein Azuga Cellars
Rhein & Cie Azuga 1892 Cellars were recognized between the World Wars as “The Supplier of the Royal Court of Romania” and here you will discover the story of an unbelievable sparkling wine. Today, Rhein Azuga Cellars represents the only place that produces sparkling wine following the traditional method. On April 13th, 2006 they re-launched the oldest recognized Romanian brand of sparkling wine that was ever produced here: Rhein Extra. On April 27, Halewood Cellars received the title of “The Supplier of the House of His Royal Majesty King Mihai I of Romania” and they renewed this title in October 2009.
Tour duration: 10 hours
65 euro/person (min. 6 person group)
99 euro/person (min. 3 person group)
ask price for individual tour
Services included in the tour:
transportation, tour guide and 2 wine tastings:
Rhein Extra and Prahova Valley
Services not included in the tour:
entrance fees, meals and photo taxes
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or phone number: +4 031 827 0275.