Mogoşoaia Palace

Bucharest, Romania
4.6 / 5
The palace and park ensemble, located 10 km. from the capital of Romania. It is one of the brightest examples of Brynkovyan architecture. The complex served as the summer residence of the Romanian rulers. At the beginning of the XVIII century the Turks took the palace (Wallachia was under Ottoman rule for a long time). The building and the territory of the park were badly damaged during the Russo-Turkish war. After the restoration of 1860-1880. Mogoshoyaya passed into the possession of the aristocratic family of Bibescu, in 1945 the palace was transferred to the state.
Mogoşoaia Palace
Address:Strada Valea Parcului 1, Mogoșoaia
Phone:+40 21 350 6619
Hours:monday: Closed tuesday: 10:00–18:00 wednesday: 10:00–18:00 thursday: 10:00–18:00 friday: 10:00–18:00 saturday: 10:00–18:00 sunday: 10:00–18:00


Great weekend go-out place. There's plenty of space for families that want to spend some time out in the nature. You can take strolls by the lake, walk in the park, play a game of football, volley, batminton, whatever, there's plenty of grass for eve.. Read more »


I love the paintings, the byzantine objects and carpets. They reflect the impact over our culture and customs. I really like the place. Restaurants and spaces for visitors, also, you can enjoy the lake view.


Historical place very carefully attended by staff beautiful flowers


Nice place for a quiet walk and to enjoy staying in nature.


The park was very well groomed, very clean, with beautiful scenery, which is the only reason you should come for. It is a good place for a relaxing walk. For entertainment, you can bring your own games, as there is plenty of space, but they don't off.. Read more »


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