Mogosoaia Palace, Mogosoaia

Stroll around the lake and through the peaceful gardens of Mogosoaia Palace, a 17th-century palace built in Brâncovenesc style--a combination of Venetian and Ottoman architectural elements. This historical complex, built on land owned by the widow of the Romanian boyar Mogoș, features a watchtower, guesthouse, ice house, princely kitchen, and greenhouse. The palace, with its narrow passes, spiral stairways, and bright and airy rooms, contains a museum of Brâncoveanu-style art. See the reconstructions of period furniture and a number of antique carpets. The garden offers a few picnic spots. Use our Mogosoaia trip itinerary builder app to arrange your visit to Mogosoaia Palace and other attractions in Mogosoaia.
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  • 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 Bucha...  more »
  • 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, in...  more »
  • 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. Excell...  more »
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  • A piece of history, beautiful architecture... Perfect place for our spear time... Go to visit, worth it!
  • The park is a nice place, well kept, a worth destination near Bucharest. Unfortunately, Sunday 30 July (and probably this was not an exception) I lived a very disagreeable experience : when trying to relax there, I was compelled to leave because of the extremely loud and bad taste music that bursted into the air, in the area not far from the palace, at 1h45 p.m. (!!!). I simply do not understand why the local authorities allow (or even support) such primitive habits in places where people are supposed to enjoy calm and nature. Another negative remark: the lake is completely neglected and dirty– covered with plants and garbage, it also badly smells.
  • Nice place to visit for the cultural heritage and the lovely park. Read the history of the place on Wikipedia before visiting. There are little explanations in English.
  • SUPERB PLACE, the palace and the domain. Worth the time! GO GO GO
  • Great location to visit during weekends. You can take photos, or just take a walk, it`s a relaxing place.

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