The 4 hour trip includes visits to Snagov Monastery with Dracula's Tomb (located on an island on Snagov Lake) and Mogosoaia Palace.
A century after the church was built (1364), Vlad Tepes (Dracula) built the fortress's walls and dungeon. A slab on the floor of the church marks the grave with the presumed remains of the count. The monastery, located on an island on the far side of the lake, now accessible on a bridge,was making it a great hiding place and a terrible prison. The first books in Romanian written in Latin alphabet were printed here.
Built by Prince Constantin Brancoveanu, between 1698 and 1702 as a summer residence, the palace is the perfect proof of the Brancovenesc architectural style, with staircase balconies, arcades and columns. On the facade towards the lake, the palace displays a superb Venetian - style loggia and a balcony with Brancovenesc carvings overlooking the main courtyard. Today, the palace houses the Brancovenesc Museum.
Note: The departure hour can be modify on request depending of the availability of the museums.
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