office 208, Griboedovа canal, 5,
Saint-Petersburg, Russia

Excursion to Catherine Palace & Pavlovsk Great Palace & Parks.In this tour, you will be able to visit two brilliant suburbs of St. Petersburg at once - Tsarskoye Selo and Pavlovsk. Located ve

6 hours
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Suburbs of Saint Petersburg
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In this tour, you will be able to visit two brilliant suburbs of St. Petersburg at once - Tsarskoye Selo and Pavlovsk. Located very close to each other, they are a vivid illustration of how different the tastes and customs of Catherine the Great and, alas, her unloved son, Paul I. During the tour, you will walk through the Golden Enfilade of the Catherine Palace and see the ceremonial halls of the Pavlovsk Palace, the palace exhibition interiors and private chambers of members of the royal family, so skillfully restored that, it seems, Empress Maria Feodorovna left here just a minute ago.


10 a.m. Meeting with your guide at the hotel

Drive 30km South of St.Petersburg to Pushkin Town (app. 40min)

11 a.m. Tour to Tsarskoe Selo. Excursion to the Catherine’s Palace, including visit to the Amber Room.

Walking around the Grounds (almost 600 hectares of beautiful parkland full of beautiful pavilions, gardens, marble statues)

1 p.m. Drive to Pavlovsk Town (app. 20 min)

1.30 p. m. Excursion to the Pavlovsk Palace & Park

3 p.m.  Drive back to the city

4 p.m.  Back to the hotel


♦ If there are 7 or more people in your group, please, request the special price

♦ If you are travelling with children, please, request additional discount


About Puskin & Pavlovsk

The Catherine Palace owes its beauty to the three Russian empresses - Catherine I, Elizabeth Petrovna and Catherine II. Its interiors, restored after World War II, amaze with their magnificence even the sophisticated viewer! You were in the famous rooms of the world, where there were thousands of pieces of solar stone, beautiful patterns and paintings were created.

Pavlovsk Palace was built for the heir to the Russian throne, Grand Duke Pavel Petrovich, on the occasion of the birth of his first son Alexander, the future Emperor Alexander I. During the rule of Paul I - Pavlovsky Palace - the imperial residence, and after his tragic death the palace was inherited by his wife Empress Maria Feodorovna.