It reminds me of versay palace. Near border of Finland. Have something to wear. It's chilly most of the time. Two or there bathrooms inside. Coffee and ice cream are sold. You can buy souvenirs outside the garden.
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It was a fun day out from St Petersburg. We got the boat which was less than £20 each return and there was a small pretty beach area to sit in if you wanted and the sun was shining for us. Then we went to...More
Complete and utter waste of time . Everything is in Russian , they dont even give you a map with the ticket and its just a small palace with a massive garden with fountains . Thats it ! If your going for the trick fountains...More
We visited here this morning arriving at Peterhof Grand Palace at 09.00 to try to avoid the crowds. It was slightly quieter at that time. The queue we were in was not long so we got in reasonably quickly. The palace is well worth seeing,...More
What an absolutely amazing place to visit. Everywhere you go seems to be so breathtaking. Our tour went around the Palace before they opened to the public and it was really worth it. The decor, opulence, architecture and history all come alive as you try...More
It is easy to see the roots of the revolution once you see for yourself the over the top construction - considering much of this was done when the regular people were scratching out an existence. Everywhere you look things are awe inspiring. Old world...More
Another glittering palace of the Russian Emperors, but well worth a visit. It's quite crowded so get tickets ahead of time and do your research or get a guide to make the most of this attraction.
Once again another example of the extreme wealth of the Czars and Czarinas of the Romanoff era! The grounds with the fountains were spectacular!! The hydrofoil ride to get to Peterhof was great fun!
Astonishing architecture! Everything is made out of the luxury metals and stones. It is a '"must see" place. Spend some money but get a guided tour here, like I did. It is a lifetime memory, folks...