Pushkin (Park and Catherine`s Palace with Amber room)
Pushkin (Tsarskoye Selo) located 30 km south f St.Petersburg was a summer residence of Russian Tsars. The residence was founded in 1717, when Catherine I hired German architect Johann-Friedrich Braunstein to construct a summer palace for her pleasure. During the tour you`ll visit the Palace, see the fantastic Golden enfilade, including the Grand Hall, the Crimson Pilaster Parlor and the gem of the
Catherine Palace – the Amber Room that was dismantled during World War II and restored only in 2003 It took nearly 20 years and required 40 Russian and German experts in amber craftsmanship.
Duration of excursion – 5 hours.
Price of excursion includes: Guide service, transportation, entrance tickets.