Cotroceni Palace

Interesting
The voivod Serban Cantacuzino founded a monastery here in 1679. Following the marriage of Ferdinand and Marie, architect Paul Gottereau built the main palace in 1893, to which was added a group of neo-Romanian buildings. Called the "palace of the pioneers" under communism, Cotroceni is today the presidential residence. The visit takes in passages under arcading, an oriental room and the queen's room.

Useful information

Address:

B-dul Geniului nr. 1, 060116 Bucuresti

Phone:

+40 21 317 3107

Price:

12 ron

Opening hours

Tue-Sun 9.30am-5.30pm

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