Pavlovsk Palace Tour

Classical is certainly the right word to describe Pavlovsk Palace and surrounding park covering more than 600 hectares. Imperial residence of Paul I, the son of Catherine the Great stands out with its elegant balanced style and romantic English landscape park adorned with various statues, chapels, bridges and colonnades skilfully integrated into the natural environment.
Creation of the Scottish architect Charles Cameron it was constructed in late eighteenth - early nineteenth century. Both the Palace and the Park with its elements such as the Temple of Friendship, Private Gardens, Aviary, Apollo Colonnade and the Lime Avenue were designed by Cameron and have a strong air of laconism and gracefulness.
The heart and soul of the complex is the Pavlovsk Palace – relatively modest especially in comparison with the grand palaces in nearby suburbs it still enchants visitors with its perfect symmetry, regal air and stunning views of the Slavyanka River. Built on the hill over the river the Palace is easily seen from almost any point in the park.
Apart from the large collection of fine art, original furniture, applied art and graphic art museum holds perfect collection of rare books, art frames and imperial household items.
Pavlovsk Palace and Park ensemble today is the State National Museum, UNESCO World Heritage site and a favourite place for many locals and tourists alike.


Hotel/your chosen destination pick-up and drop off
Transportation by a comfortable A/C car or A/C minivan
Private English speaking guide
Entrance tickets to the museum and park
Photo permit
Lunch – optional


3-5 hours


Treat local squirrels during a sightseeing brake, they will be happy.


Pavlovsk, 30 km south of Saint Petersburg


Daily. Museum is closed on Fridays and the first Monday of each month.

from € 79 per person

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