The Royal Family invites Romanians to celebrate monarchy at Peles Castle
The Royal Family will celebrate monarchy in Bucharest and also at Peles Castle in Sinaia mountain resort on May 10. The celebration occasioned by the Royalty Day starts in the morning in the Capital city with a military event and a laying wreath ceremony and will end at 6 p.m. in Sinaia with the Royal Family greeting the crowd from the balcony, when 400 white doves will flown to the sky.
The celebration kicks off in Bucharest where flowers will be laid at Carol I statue in the Royal Palace Square, at 10:30, with Crown Princess Margareta, Prince Radu, Princess Elena, Mr. Alexander Nixon, Princess Sofia and Archduchess Maria-Magdalena of Austria attending.
After 13:00, the events will move to Sinaia, where the Royal colors will fly for the first time since 1947.
The traditional Garden Party and the gala concert will take place on the Peles Castle’s lawn and terrace.
The Royal Family invites Romanians and other tourists to come to the Peles Castle on May 10 “at this important celebration for the Crown and for the Romanian nation”. Groups representing organisations, institutions or communities are mostly welcome.
The access is free both for the audience and for mass media on the lawn in front of the castle, starting 4 p.m.
The guests will have to walk up to the castle’s domain, as cars are banned.