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Catherine Palace and Park

Sadovaya St., 7, Pushkin, St. Petersburg 196601, Russia
+78124666669
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Filled with 18th-century paintings and ornate rooms, this white and gold palace is surrounded by a 1400-acre park complete with fountains, bridges, the Agate Pavilion bathhouse and the Great Pond. The Palace also has a famous Amber Room, stolen by Nazi troops during WWII, but now recreated by Russian craftsmen.
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Sadovaya St., 7, Pushkin, St. Petersburg 196601, Russia
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Reviewed yesterday

You should spend a day here. I especially liked the garden, which is just so vast and beautiful. The palace of the legendary Ecatherine the Great

Thank dusics95
Reviewed 2 days ago

Once again we were on a tour and didn't have enough time, especially for the gardens which are wonderful. I think the photo's say more. You could do with a full day here.

Thank johnbarrett07
Reviewed 3 days ago

Magnificent building filled with art. We were able go through relatively quickly with our guide & running commentary

Thank juliesyd2017
Reviewed 3 days ago

The park is just delightful to walk around and the palace is just a fabulous place to see especially the re done amber palace. it was destroyed by the Germans in WWII and was redone slowly and restored to its beauty.

Thank olie293
Reviewed 3 days ago

The palace was mostly destroyed during the WWII though a lot of the treasures were safely stored. What you see is an extensive restoration over decades including the famous Amber room. I suggest to get a guided tour since guided tours see a few more...More

Thank S K
Reviewed 3 days ago

Like most places in St Petersburg, full of history and beautifully restored. Photos of the destruction after the German seige show how much has had to be done to restore the building. It is hard to believe that most of it had been destroyed as...More

Thank Britraveller99
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Wow, what a palace! The quality of the restoration is fantastic! The opulence that these royal families lived in has to be seen to be believed. The grounds are also really great, and enormous! This was really well worth the visit!

Thank Mikejhutt
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

It is fortunate that there are timed entrances to this palace because crowds were very heavy. Crowd control at this site was good; a group couldn't go into most rooms until the group before it exited; that kept some of the jamming up under control....More

Thank CarolinaBecky
Reviewed 4 days ago

This magnificent edifice with its beautiful blue and gold exterior is truly not to be missed. Built in the 1700s, It was the summer residence of the Russian Tsars. We were first guided through the gardens and the Grotto Pavilion where we heard the Russian...More

Thank sja321
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

You will not believe the extravagance- gold gilding everywhere in this palace. Every surface is covered with gold leaf, polished mirrors and the brilliant chandeliers. It was very interesting to learn more about this family and its dominance during a huge period of Russia history....More

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jasonz92
18 February 2017|
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Response from AliPasargad | Reviewed this property |
Hi, the queue of garden is fast, therefore it's not long. visitors should pay money for park and palace separately (you will pay money just for park visiting). The park is so beautiful and enjoyable. have a nice time...
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tumbulgum
4 February 2017|
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Response from Kathryn K | Reviewed this property |
Hi there we went in January 2017 and it was open. I don't see why it would be closed in Feb. We did the palace and the troika ride. It is very difficult to get there by public transport as not many people speak English... More
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Lynda M
1 February 2017|
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Response from bajosamardzic | Reviewed this property |
I do not know, I was in the winter, but the park will certainly be nice
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