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Visit one of the most legendary and important museums of the world
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The Hermitage Museum, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of the most important museums in the world. It houses treasures from antiquity and the works of the grand masters of the Dutch, Italian, Belgian, and Spanish art movements assembled together in the Winter Palace, a gem of Russian baroque in itself, as well as in the buildings of the Small Hermitage, and the Old and the New Hermitage complexes.Since 2014, the famous collection of Impressionist paint...
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Discovering an imperial village
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The village of Tsarskoye Selo (“Imperial Village”) was established in the 18th century to build the summer residences of the czars. Rebaptized “Pushkin” after the Revolution, it is the location of the splendid Catherine Palace, built by the Italian architect Rastrelli by decree of Elizabeth I. The Alexander Palace was built by Catherine II on the occasion of her grandson’s marriage, the future Alexander I. It is easy to appreciate the b...
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Discover the "Russian Versailles"
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Greatly impressed by the pomp and ceremony of the French court, Peter the Great installed his “Russian Versailles” along the border of the Baltic Sea to commemorate his victory over Sweden. A long canal connecting to the Gulf of Finland allowed guests to reach the palace by boat, and these guests would admire the Grand Cascade, the formidable set of fountains, jets of water, and sculptures that continue to function even to the present day from mid-May to...
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Discover the splendid interior of the Pavlovsk Palace
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In 1786, Catherine II offered this magnificent palace to her only son who would become Paul I and would make this palace his summer residence. Constructed in the Palladian style and inspired by the white columns of Roman temples, the Pavlosk Palace houses majestic buildings decorated in tones of pastel yellow. Classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Pavlovsk Palace is renowned not only for the splendor of its interiors filled with numerous pieces of furniture, s...
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Don't miss the essentials of St-Petersburg
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Explore the historic center of St-Petersburg by transport and on foot and admire the most famous monuments: the Palace Square, the Senate Square, St-Isaac's Cathedral, the tip of Vasilyevsky Island, Nevsky Prospekt, the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, the Field of Mars, the Arts Square, and the street of the architect Rossi. This excursion will not be complete without going over the many bridges and passing the numerous quays of the Venice of the North....
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An unforgettable day discovering the most sumptuous palaces of St-Petersburg
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You will take part in a day trip exploring the celebrated and sumptuous palaces of St-Petersburg. To begin with, you will walk along the beautiful tree-lined avenues of the Pavlovsk Palace, located south of the Capital of the North. Catherine II offered this magnificent palace to her only son Paul I in 1786, who made it his summer residence. Built in a Palladian style and inspired by Roman temples with white columns, the Pavlovsk Palace houses majestic buildings in ...
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Discover St Petersburg's former religious center
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This orthodox cathedral, constructed in the 19th century under the reigns of Alexander I, Nicholas I, and Alexander II, was the center of religious life in St. Petersburg until the Revolution of 1917. The third largest cathedral in Europe, the main dome, which is 102 meters in height, offers a magnificent view of the Neva.Hours of operation: Open from 10:30 am to 6 pm. Closed Wednesdays....
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Peter and Paul Fortress
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The Peter and Paul Fortress is a symbol of St-Petersburg. Its foundation coincides with the creation of the city. Discover this monumental complex that has been used as a necropolis for the Tsars, since Peter the Great.
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Your guide will pick you up at your hotel to help you discover the Peter and Paul Fortress in St-Petersburg.Peter the Great picked the strategic spot of Hare Island to lay the first symbolic stone of his new city in 1703. This military square built to protect St-Petersburg from the Swedes has several buildings including a splendid cathedral where almost all of the Romanovs are buried, including Nicholas II, who was interred there in 1998.Opening: From 10am to 6pm.Cl...
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Visit a very unique Russian church
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The Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan is situated in St-Petersburg not far from the Russian Museum. This orthodox cathedral is devoted to the icon of Our Lady of Kazan, the young woman of Kazan who found a lost icon thanks to the Virgin Mary.A visit to the cathedral will help you discover a church designed in the neo-classic style unique to St-Petersburg. There you will see a majestic dome of 76 meters in height, and 96 columns forming a semicircle. The unique bronze s...
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Discover St-Petersburg's former richest family
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It is one of the four palaces owned by the Yusupovs, the richest family in St-Petersburg on the eve of the Revolution. You will visit the sumptuous private apartments and small theater of these princes known for their philanthropy and their art collections. In the basement, you will re-live the last moments of Rasputin who was murdered in this place.Hours of operation: Open from 10:30 am to 4:30 pm....
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Visit one of the most picturesque buildings of St Petersburg
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Constructed by Alexander III to commemorate where his son, Alexander II, was assassinated in 1881, the Cathedral of the Saviour on Spilled Blood is built in a neo-Russian style, and its edifices are some of the most picturesque in St-Petersburg today.Hours of operation: Open from 10:30 am to 6 pm. Closed on Wednesdays....
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Get a comprehensive overview of all schools of Russian painting
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Established in the sumptuous setting of the Mikhailovsky Palace, the Russian Museum of Saint Petersburg houses more than 380,000 works of art, including an outstanding collection of 6,000 icons. One of the largest museums in the world, it offers a complete panorama of all of the schools of Russian painting from the 10th century to the present day (the works of Repin, Serov, Vrubel, Malevich, Kandinsky, and more can be found here).Hours of operation: Open from 10 am ...
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Discover St Petersburg's heritage along the river
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Embark on a boat and discover the best of the architectural heritage of St-Petersburg from the water for a truly relaxing excursion. From the canals of the Moika, the Fontanka, and the Neva, (re)discover the Hermitage, the Peter and Paul Fortress, and the many bridges of the Capital of the North.Details: Available only from May to September....
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Let the New Tretyakov Gallery amaze you
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The New Tretyakov Gallery is located in a building right on the banks of the Moskva River in Moscow. It not only houses masterpieces of 20th century art, but it is also a respected center of contemporary art. It was integrated in 2013 with the Muzeon, a new territory hosting the Park of Statues where abandoned statues are deposited. The park and the refurbished bank of the Moskva have become a trendy walkway of Muscovites.Hours of operation: Open from 10 am to 7:30 ...
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Discover a multi-faceted monastery
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The Alexander Nevsky Lavra is an Orthodox monastery in St-Petersburg. It was constructed by decree of Peter the Great in 1710. Its original purpose was to house the relics of Saint Alexander Nevsky.You will discover a cathedral built in the neoclassical style with an entrance with six columns. The visit continues with the Saint Lazarus cemetery (famous people and celebrities), the Saint Nicholas Cemetery (the aristocracy of the old imperial regime), and the Tikhvin ...
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This newly-opened museum already possess prestigious and highly valuable works of art
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One of the most recent museums in Russia, opening in 2013, the Faberge Museum in St. Petersburg instantly became one of the greatest museums because of its collection of unique works of art by Carl Faberge, especially his 9 celebrated Easter eggs. These exquisite eggs, the largest collection of Faberge eggs in the world, have enormous artistic and historical value.This collection is the brainchild of the oligarch and patron Victor Vekselberg, who bought the famous c...
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Disover Russia's biggest museum of contemporary art
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The Erarta Museum of Contemporary Art is the premier museum of contemporary art in St-Petersburg, and is the largest museum of contemporary art in Russia. It opened its doors in 2010, and houses a collection of more than 2300 objets d’art of which the paintings, the sculptures, and the installations are created by Russian artists from the second half of the 20th century to the beginning of the 21st century.The purpose of the museum is not only for the promotio...
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Discover the famous boat that made history
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Discover the famous cruiser Aurora, built in 1897 to serve in the Far East. In 1905, the Aurora took part in the Russo-Japanese War. It also took part in World War I before becoming a symbol of the October Revolution in 1917, when the cruiser fired a cannon shot to give the signal of the beginning of the assault on the Winter Palace. The Aurora also participated in the Second World War as a training ship, before becoming a historical museum on water in 1957, and a l...
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