Charles, Prince of Wales, arrived on Tuesday afternoon at the ‘Transylvania’ Airport of Targu Mures (central Romania), on board a private plane. Caroline Fernolend, president of the Transylvania-based ‘Mihai Eminescu’ Trust under the Prince’s patronage, told Agerpres that the Prince first went to the house he owns in Viscri and that he chatted with Fernolend’s mother. According to the same source, from Viscri, the Prince of Wales left for Covasna County, where he owns another property. Prince Charles stayed over night at count Kalnoky Tibor’ residence, Mediafax informed. The heir to the British throne will stay in Romania until Friday.