The Transylvanian cottage owned by King Charles

STORY: King Charles owns this 18th century cottage in Transylvania {arrow}

Location: Viscri, Romania

The British monarch is distantly related to Romania's former King Michael

Charles first visited Transylvania in 1998 and was enchanted by its biodiversity

Since then, he bought and restored this Saxon cottage in Viscri

He also renovated other properties which can be rented out

with the proceeds supporting his local charity foundation

Royal approval has helped put Viscri and Transylvania on the tourism map

(Rati Japaridze, Tourist from Georgia) “The reason why I came here is that I read in the Lonely Planet book that Prince Charles, now King Charles has a house here. It's a real tourist destination."