Located in Prahova River Valley, 120 km from Bucharest and 49 km from Brasov, in Prahova County in the region of Muntenia, at the foot of the breathtaking Carpathian mountains – Varful cu Dor, Furnica and Piatra Arsa Mountains the Sinala tourist resort makes one of the most popular and the oldest tourist resorts of Romania.
The first inhabitants of this territory were monks who lived at the Medieval Sinaia Monastery Mihail Cantacuzine built the Sinaia Monastery in 1690. Prior to World War II and the abdication of the royal family, Sinaia was a summer retreat resort for Romania’s anstocracy. A walk up the mountainside reveals many grand summer homes from this period that look like the fairy tale. The high and steep Carpathian peaks of 2000 meters rise all around the Sinala tourist center providing exceptional panorama and wonderful conditions for vacations and various treatments throughout the year. Sinaia covers an arta from Gura Padurli to the north, to “Vadul Cerbulur inn, to Izvorul Dorulut, and to the new quarter called “Platoul (vor
Also called the “Pearl of the Carpathian Mountains, Sinala is located at an altitude between 767 m and 860 meters
and besides the wonderful landscapes. It offers the possibility of practicing winter sports. The access to the Sinala s
slopes in the resort is possible by taking the cable car to Cota 1400 and then to Cota 2000 The Siasa tourist resort ha
5 ski slopes with low difficulty, thus serving medium and large categories of tourists from the beginners to the very
experienced skiers. The Sinaia ski slopes features ses varying between 500 and 2500 meters, totaling 11.500 m of
practicable land for ski
The Tourist Information and Promotion Center, located in a building in the Mayoranty yard offers compte information about the touristic activity. The Salvamarn Mountain Rescue Public Service also has its headquarters here. Among the main attraction points we can enumerate The Feles Castle Peisonut Gara Regata-the Royal trans station Sinala Monastery, Sinala Casino, George Enescu” memorial house, the “Lumin villa in Cumpatu quarter Nicolae lorga’s house (on Ghe. Doja Street) Anastasie Simu’s house a great lover and collector of Romanian pieces of art.