Excursion in Pavlovsk (Grand Palace+ park)

Duration: about 4,5 hours

Opening days: open daily, except Wednesday, 10.30am-7.00pm

Tour Plan:

The Pavlovsk Palace and park ensemble is located 13 miles (27 kilometers) away from St.Petersburg. The original estate was around 1500 acres and was a gift from Catherine to Paul on the birth of his first son, the future Tsar Alexander I, in 1777, so that he could build his summer residence here.. Work on the palace began in 1781 under the direction of the famous Scottish architect, Charles Cameron. Being one of Catherine's favorite architects did not enamour him with Paul and his wife Maria. Paul detested his mother and had a habitual aversion to her favorites. After Cameron's departure, many other architects worked at Pavlovsk, including Voronikhin, Brenna, Rossi and others.
Cameron designed the Grand Palace, one of the finest examples of Russian classicism, the Apollo Colonnade and the Temple of Friendship pavilions, and the impressive sixteen-column Three Graces Pavilion.
The park was landscaped by another great master, Pietro Gonzaga, who worked on it for twenty-five years, from 1803 to 1828.

Guide-Translator for the excursion:

about 4,5 hours

Russia language: 5000 RUR
English, German, French: 6500 RUR
Italian, Spanish: 7500 RUR
Polish, Czech, Bulgarian: 8500 RUR
Chinese, Japanese, Serbo-Croatian, Hungarian, Romanian, Greek, Dutch, Portuguese, Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish: 9000 RUR
Arabic, Turkish, Corean, Hebrew: 10500 RUR

Additional charges:

Entrance ticket:

Foreign tourists (children): 780 rubles

Foreign tourists (adults): 780 rubles

Russian tourists (children): 680 rubles

Russian tourists (adults): 680 rubles

Transport for excursion:

Economy class car

Business class car

VIP class car

Minibus (8 pax)
(Volkswagen Sharan, Crysler Voyager)

Minibus (20 pax)
(Mercedes Sprinter)

Bus (45-55 pax)
(Mercedes, Volvo, Neoplan)

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Excursion in Pavlovsk (Grand Palace+ park)


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