Palaces of Saint-Petersburg
transport service according to the program;
services of an English-speaking guide;
entrance fees and excursion services
- Meeting with the guide at the railway station / airport.
- Excursion «Palaces of Saint-Petersburg».
Petersburg is the imperial capital, in which there are about four dozen palaces. On our tour you will get acquainted with the most magnificent of them – the Mikhailovsky Palace, in the halls of which there is the Russian Museum, the Marble Palace – a gift from Empress Catherine II to her favorite Grigory Orlov, Palace of the Prince Vladimir Alexandrovich – a famous philanthropist and patron of arts, and in the end - the magnificent Winter Palace, which is one of the most famous art museums in the world.
- Excursion to the Palace of Great Prince Vladimir Alexandrovich (House of Scientists).
On Palace Embankment there are several grand ducal residences. We invite you to visit one of the most magnificent palaces of Saint Petersburg – the palace of Great Prince Vladimir Alexandrovich, son of Emperor Alexander II. The building was built in a fashionable eclectic style at that time, and the architectural decor gives the building grandeur and monumentality. Located in the palace of Great Prince Vladimir Alexandrovich, the House of Scientists carefully preserves the interiors of ceremonial halls, grand ducal offices, unique art collections, and also carries out a lot of work to repair and restore the building.
- Free time.
- Meeting with a guide in the hotel lobby.
- Walking day. Moving around the city on foot or by public transport.
- Winter Palace – State Hermitage Museum.
The Hermitage is one of the world's largest art and cultural-historical museums. It was founded in 1764 as a private collection of Catherine II. It contains the richest collections of cultural artefacts of primitive, ancient Eastern, ancient Egyptian, ancient and medieval cultures, art of Western and Eastern Europe, archaeological and artistic artefacts of Asia, artefacts of Russian culture of the XVIII-XIX centuries.
- Walking downtown.
- Faberge Museum.
The museum’s portfolio is based on the world's largest collection of works by Carl Faberge, which includes nine famous imperial Easter eggs of incredible value. These are not only objects of the highest jewelry craftsmanship, but also unique historical artefacts. Also in the museum’s portfolio is a collection of works of decorative art created by Russian masters in the second half of the 19th and early 20th centuries. The museum is located in the Shuvalovsky Palace on the embankment of the Fontanka River – one of the most beautiful palaces of Saint Petersburg, which once belonged to the famous noble families – Vorontsov, Naryshkin, Shuvalov. The interiors of the palace were restored by the Link of Times Foundation in their historical form, and today the Shuvalovsky Palace itself is a work of art.
- Ending in the city center.
- Free time.
- Meeting with a guide in the hotel lobby. Boarding the bus.
- Departure to Pushkin.
- Pushkin: Catherine Palace, Amber Room.
At the beginning of the bus excursion to Pushkin (Tsarskoye Selo), you will pass along the imperial Tsarskoye Selo road and find yourself in Pushkin (Tsarskoye Selo), where one of the greatest world pearls is located – the country residence of Russian emperors. It was designed over two centuries by prominent architects: Rastrelli, Cameron, Stasov. You will visit the Grand Catherine Palace, which stores unique art treasures, the famous Amber Room, and you will also see a magnificent park spreading out in front of the palace, occupying more than 100 hectares.
- Return to Saint Petersburg.
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