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Mogosoaia Palace

on the shore of Mogosoaia Lake, Mogosoaia, Romania
+40 21 350 6619
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on the shore of Mogosoaia Lake, Mogosoaia, Romania
+40 21 350 6619
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Reviewed yesterday

This complex was built between late 17 - early 18 century in Mogoșoaia, just 10 km near modern Bucharest by Constantin Brâncoveanu in Romanian Renaissance style or just Brâncovenesc style. Don't expect to see a lot of history - it's more the remnants and the...More

Thank yegorb306
Reviewed 1 week ago

The palace is very nice to see it because of its architecture, the gardens that surround it and the river that offers a very peaceful atmosphere. However, I was dissapointed by the inner of the palace. It doesn't contain components of historical meaning, but only...More

Thank Johanna P
Reviewed 16 August 2017

Mogosoaia Palace 300+ years old, raised by Constantin Brancoveanu its a beautiful architectural complex. The buildings are build in Brancovian style. The park is probably the biggest park of the Bucharest metropolitan area! Situated on the shore of Mogosoaia Lake. Lots of green grass areas...More

Thank Rusuvitali
Reviewed 10 August 2017

300 years of history and maybe the most beautiful park of Bucharest after the last investments, there are at least three interesting areas - historical palace, picnic area, food and amusement area, including water sports during the summer the founder of this place was Constantin...More

Thank PopisteanuG
Reviewed 11 July 2017

Built in an unique style by the great Valachian prince, Constantin Brancoveanu, the palace now shelters a museum. The garden is awesome in Spring, becoming a paradise for a sea of iris flowers. Excellent place for a picnic. A hidden gem not to be missed!

1  Thank Tedd C
Reviewed 11 July 2017 via mobile

I like it even if is not so big, but because is more wild. You have a playground for children, space to picnik on the grass under the big old trees, places to eat, the lake, alley for joging. Not quite aprproate for bikes

Thank Anca S
Reviewed 29 June 2017

Former Royal Palace in Romania. It is now used for art and cultural events. The gardens are beautiful and a great place to walk around. Worth spending an some time there.

Reviewed 5 June 2017

I wanted to see the museum that is inside the palace. This was my main purpose. I also discovered the beautiful garden and the lake were the added bonus for me.

Thank gorgeousgreens
Reviewed 2 June 2017 via mobile

We have greatly appreciated the efforts of the teams that have restored the field, the staff approach, the small merchant quality products, the effort to promote the artists! Low rates encourage visiting. But the place is far from being able to compete with Western-like locations....More

Thank Dănuț N
Reviewed 22 May 2017

The palace itself is now a museum and can be visited. You will have to pay extra to take pictures inside. The gardens and the lake are the things to see. The perfect escape out of town

Thank Alexandru M
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