Hotel International Sinaia

Address: Str. Avram Iancu nr. 1, Sinaia, 106100, Romania | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Str. Avram Iancu nr. 1, Sinaia, is near Busteni Mountain--Babele Rock Formation.
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    Travel Blogs from Sinaia

    I'm a Good Gypsy

    A travel blog entry by jaxtravels on Jun 10, 2015

    The taxi fare to the train station from Casa Albert (the end of the pedestrian walkway) cost 8 lei, not the 25 we were charged on our way in. In US dollars, that meant we paid about 2 v.s. 6, even getting ripped off, it is pretty cheap to take a taxi. When we left Bucharest, our train arrived at the station early so we were able to get in early and relax before departing. Not so here. We arrived early to sit on a bench on the platform. In a short while we were joined by ...

    BL #32: Learn to Appreciate a European Castle

    A travel blog entry by pwong on Aug 03, 2014

    13 photos

    ... into the first few rooms on the castle's guided tour - it turned out that Peles is not just another castle, and easily boasts the most spectacular and interesting interior of any castle we had ever seen before. In fact, we actually regretted not taking the longer tour that would have gotten us a look at a few of the rooms on the first and second floors, since our tour was limited to only the ground floor.

    Peles is unique on a few levels - ...

    Vampires, and Bratwurst, and Beers! Oh, my!

    A travel blog entry by shultz on Sep 11, 2011

    38 photos

    ... the middle of the city. Being Oktoberfest, they of course had lots of beer, schnitzels, pork hocks and bratwurst as well as bands playing polka music and other popular Bavarian songs. Outside the beer tent they had booths set up with typical Romanian snack foods such as kurtos, langos and grilled corn. Kurtos is a type of baked bread that is made in a single long thing strip and wrapped around a wooden cylinder. They are usually rolled in sugar, nuts and ...

    Dracula!

    A travel blog entry by scottarobinson on Nov 22, 2010

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... to kill people by inserting a stake through them and allowing them to die slowly for a day or so. Nice. Oh, also Dracula was the second book ever published, being beaten by only the Bible, which is fair enough I guess...


    After we'd given up trying to catch vampires, we headed home for some food and more needed rest. Romania is quite notorious for stray dogs - we saw loads and loads - and whilst waiting for the coach from ...

    A car rental fiasco and Peleș Castle

    A travel blog entry by travelingdiva on Jun 07, 2009

    7 photos

    ... traffic, even though there is no room in front of your car for them to get in. You spend a lot of time getting cut off and slowing down so its a good thing we're not in a hurry.

    We did eventually get to Peleș Castle in Sinaia, in the scenic Carpathian mountains, with little help from our **** GPS we paid an extra 10 euro/day for! We drove in our rental car, a tiny little white Chevy Spark ...