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History of Palaces of the Leningrad Region

History of Palaces of the Leningrad Region
Starts from

Saint Petersburg

Duration

13 Hours

Transportation

By Car

Length

180 km

Guidance

Self-Guided

Categories

History and Culture
St. Petersburg is a city that is rich not only in history but also in cultural and architectural attractions.
However, the surroundings of the city can serve as a source of even more inspiration. The palaces, many of which were built in the 18th century at the will of the tsar's family, deserve special attention and we will get acquainted with them on this trip.
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  • It is important to keep a social distance when visiting public places, and to use personal protective equipment.
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Ann Mikhaylova
Ann Mikhaylova
Traveller
  • Grand Gatchina Palace.
  • Priory Palace.
  • Pavlovsky Palace.
  • Dudengof Heights.
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18th century palaces and the Dudengof Heights
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18th century palaces and the Dudengof Heights

Today we will plunge into the atmosphere of the XVIII century, visiting some of the main palaces of the Leningrad region, as well as visit the highest point of St. Petersburg.
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