We offer you to make an unforgettable guided private tour of Saint-Petersburg of one of the most brilliant palaces in our beautiful city - Yusupov's Palace.
Oddly enough, today this palace is more closely associated with a certain visitor to this palace, and not the owner. The name of this visitor is Grigory Rasputin. It was in this marvelous palace that the “old seer” was killed.
After the murder of Grigory Rasputin the Yusupov Palace on the Moika has acquired the fame of “the most mystical place” in St. Petersburg.
The Yusupov Palace, a unique architectural ensemble of the XVIII-XX centuries, is one of the most visually stunning and glamorous palaces in Saint Petersburg – and this says a lot in a city where palaces literally step on each other. This is one of the few aristocratic mansions of St. Petersburg, where you can still see the original façade, suites, an art gallery, mini-theater, as well as luxury living quarters of the former owners.
In the years before the revolution of 1917 this palace belonged to Prince Felix Yusupov, one of the richest families in Russia.