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Catherine Palace (Pushkin)

Day Trip Outside of St Petersburg

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Immerse yourself in the grandeur of the Catherine Palace, a royal masterpiece of 18th-century Russia. Discover the mystery and magnificence of the legendary Amber Room, a world wonder! Experience the opulence of this private tour, a journey unlike any other.

Optional extras:

Tour to Pavlovsk (Park + Palace) - 3 hours

Tour Itinerary

  1. Hotel Pick-up

    Our guide will come to your hotel (lobby area) or any other indicated address to begin the tour from there. There also will be a driver waiting at your hotel entrance. The tour is done by car/minivan. We use licensed drivers with cars (up to 3 people) or minivans (4 – 7 people).

  2. Catherine Palace
    Tickets included

    This Masterpiece of the Russian Baroque style was built as the Empress residence. Lately Catherine Palace and its surroundings were used as backdrops for BBC’s adaptation of Tolstoy’s War and Peace. Take a chance to feel yourself part of the Russian imperial court!

  3. Golden Enfilade

    The chain of connected halls decorated with gold is one of the most remarkable parts of the Palace. The length of the Enfilade fits the whole length of the palace. Bring your imagination to feel how the Russian Elite of the 18th century spent their days in this place.

  4. Amber Room in Catherine Palace

    The legendary Amber Room was mystically lost during the World War II. Now it is fully reconstructed and became the main attraction of the Catherine Palace.

  5. Catherine Park in Tsarskoe selo
    Tickets included

    Dutch master gardeners arranged the Garden in the 1720s on three terraces in front of the imperial palace initially. Later on, Catherine II extended the territory and decorated the park with other splendid building and fine monuments to show Europe the greatness of her reign.

  6. Private tour to Pavlovsk

    Located on the banks of Slavianka river Pavlovsk Park is a picturesque and highly poetic piece of work of masters of the late 18th -early 19th centuries. Groves and woods, numerous ponds, seventeen pavilions, twelve bridges across Slavianka, exquisite statues create a feeling of harmony.

  7. Pavlovsk Palace
    Tickets included

    Continue the immersion into Imperial Russia by venturing to Pavlovsk Palace – built by Catherine the Great for her eldest son Paul at the end of the 1780s. Originally constructed by Charles Cameron in austere and elegant classicism style the residence was enlarged and lavishly redecorated by Vicenzo Brenna after Paul I ascended the throne.

  8. Hotel drop-off

    At the end of the tour we will take you back to your hotel or any other place you would prefer.