It’s an old checkpoint/watch tower later converted to a palace. Nothing much to see here.
Narrows stairs and quite a few! Important to notice who find it difficult to climb stairs. Palace as such is 4 floors. You start at second floor, go to 4th, come back to 3rd then ground. Of course, Vlad Dracula stayed here only two nights, not much about him in the palace.
Most of furnitures were destroyed by the communist regime. All that you find inside is donated furniture from the new owner.
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