About 30 km South of St.-Petersburg and 4 km away from Pushkin is lovely, leafy Pavlovsk.
The estate’s history dates back to 1777, when Catherine II (the Great) gave hunting grounds here to her son Paul, who was later to become Emperor Paul I. Scottish architect Charles Cameron designed neoclassical palace and surrounding English-style gardens. This is a place of more natural beauty – in stark contrast to the showy Peterhof and Tsarskoe Selo – perfect to those, who want to breathe some fresh air.
Professional licensed guide (English, German, Spanish, Italian, French). Other languages available upon request (extra fee).
Comfortable transportation. A/C vehicle for 5 hours (we provide a wide range of vans from 2 to 18 pax).
Hotel pick up and drop off for Private tours ONLY!
Joined Small group tours meeting point: Palace square (Hermitage) in front of Alexander Column)
Skip the ticket line admission to the Palace and Gardens
Special radio-guide equipment for the groups bigger than 6! Max 16 people in a group!
Gratuities (recommended 10% to the guide and 5% to the driver p/person from a tour cost given separately )
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PAVLOVSK PALACE & PARK HALF DAY TOUR