Saint Petersburg is world-famous for its suburbs which are remarkable for magnificent palaces, breath-taking parks, gorgeous fountains and culturally rich museums. Pavlovsk is considered one of the unique gems among plenty of other cultural treasures.
Pavlovsk Palace was given to Grand Duke Paul by his mother Catherine the Great to celebrate his firstborn. After Paul I’s enthronement the Palace became a royal residence. It was built by such famous architects as V. Brenna, Ch. Cameron, A. Voronykhin, G. Quarenghi. It took them several decades to develop an elaborate exterior design of the Palace. Together with the architects many gardeners designed the style of Pavlovsk Park.
In contrast to its sober exterior, the state rooms of Pavlovsk Palace impress visitors with decorated ceilings, mosaic parquet and incomparable collections of art objects. While travelling throughout Europe, Paul I and his wife Maria Feodorovna used to visit workshops to buy paintings, furniture, porcelain and sculpture. The interior of the Palace is also made up of numerous gifts from royalty. That’s exactly why today the Palace museum is widely-known for its amazing decorative and fine arts collections.
-Services of a professional guide;
-Guide’s advice and recommendations;
-Entrance tickets to Pavlovsk Palace;
-Guided tour of the Palace.
To be met by a guide in your hotel,please specify its name and address in your comments when paying.
Documents to take along: passport (ID) or copy. Other recommended items: a camera. Put on comfortable clothing and shoes for the weather.
Tourists’ safety provision follows the requirements of All-Union State Standard (GOST Р 5064494).
From October to April closed for visitors on Tuesday and the last Monday of the month.
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PAYMENT FOR A CHILD UNDER 18 IS EQUAL TO THAT OF AN ADULT.