Pushkin: Catherine's Palace and Park


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Pushkin: Catherine's Palace and Park

Highlights / General details
A small town of Pushkin is located at 25 km south of St. Petersburg. Historically, the estate was called "Saarskaya Myza", but later, in 1724, when the Russian Empress Catherine I had ordered to built here a palace, and to lay a park, it was renamed to "Tsarskoe Selo" (Royal Village). The unique architectural ensemble of Pushkin is world known for its elegant palaces and pavilions, landscape parks and ponds. Many world famous and higly-talented russian architects, like Rastrelli, Rinaldi, Cameron, Zemtsov, Chevakinskiy, Neelov were invited to work here, and set here their's beautiful creations.

Entrance Fees; Guided Tour (Languages available: English, French, German, Spanish and Italian); Transportation (From selected hotels).

Hours of operation
Available daily, except Tuesdays and last Monday of every month; Open: 10:00am - 5:00pm.

Approximately 4 hours.

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