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With a prime location on the corner of Nevksy Prospekt and the Moika River Embankment, the Stroganov Palace (Stroganovsky Dvorets) is one of the oldest aristocratic in St. Petersburg. Designed by renowned Italian architect Bartolomeo Rastrelli, the palace is one of the best examples of late Baroque architecture in St. Petersburg. The light pink main façade faces Nevsky Prospekt and features a large entrance arch supported by two Corinthian columns that leads to an inner courtyard. Oak gates feature carvings of branches and lion’s heads, while windows are framed by cupid figures.

Today the palace houses part of the collection of the State Russian Museum and several rooms are open to the public, having been restored to their late 18th century appearance. The State Dining Room overlooks both Nevsky Prospekt and the River Moika and features large mirrors opposite the windows to create the illusion of a room much larger than it actually is. The Large Ballroom is simply grand, with glittering chandeliers, parquet floors made of exotic woods, stucco molding and patterned balcony railings, as well as a large painting by Valeriani. The Mineral Study, restored in 2005, is considered one of the masterpieces of 18th century Russian architecture.

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One Day Private Tour: City Tour with Skip-the-Line Hermitage

One Day Private Tour: City Tour with Skip-the-Line Hermitage

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Get to know the 'Venice of the North' on a private full-day tour of St Petersburg, complete with skip-the-line Hermitage entry. Start with a sightseeing overview of the city, stopping at such landmarks as Peter and Paul Fortress―the birthplace of St Petersburg―St Isaac's Cathedral, Palace Square and the onion-domed Church on the Spilled Blood. Enjoy lunch at a traditional Russian restaurant (optional), then set out for a visit to the Hermitage Museum―home to the planet's largest collections of paintings, including works by iconic artists like Monet, Rembrandt and van Gogh.
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  • 7 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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River Boat Tour in St. Petersburg with Private Guide - Drawbridge and Jazz Boats

River Boat Tour in St. Petersburg with Private Guide - Drawbridge and Jazz Boats

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St. Petersburg is nicknamed the ‘Venice of the North,’ making a cruise along its waterways a must-do. Soak in the city’s riverside splendors on a cruise, passing sights like the Peter and Paul Fortress, the Mariinsky Theatre, plus cathedrals, palaces, and more. Choose a daytime cruise on the Neva River and main canals, a midnight cruise to see St. Petersburg’s illuminated drawbridges open, or a jazz dinner cruise on the Neva. Hotel pickup and drop-off included.
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  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Saint Petersburg CityPass

Saint Petersburg CityPass

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The St. Petersburg CityPass is the ultimate in flexibility for your sightseeing in the city. Choose which museums and attractions to visit when you want. The CityPass includes admission to more than 20 different museums. Use the pass for complimentary bus tours, walking tours, or sightseeing excursions on the water. You also receive deals and discounts at participating restaurants. An included guidebook and city map help plan your days. Choose from 2-, 3- or 5-day passes.
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  • 2 to 5 days
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$88.84
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2 day Moscow and St Petersburg Tour

2 day Moscow and St Petersburg Tour

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Explore two of Russia’s most important cities, Moscow and St. Petersburg, on this 2-day private tour. Visit famous landmarks such as the Kazan Cathedral, Anichkov Palace, Nevsky Prospect, Red Square, St. Basil’s Cathedral, the Kremlin, and much more. Learn about the history of Russia as you explore the monuments and customize the itinerary based on your preferences with your private guide.
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  • 2 days
  • Free Cancellation
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Highlights of St Petersburg Private Tour

Highlights of St Petersburg Private Tour

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Experience the best of St Petersburg, dubbed the ‘Paris of the East,’ on a private 4-hour city tour. Traveling by private vehicle with an informed guide, pause for photos of landmarks including the spectacular Winter Palace and St Isaac’s Cathedral. Chart the city’s tsarist past as you see highlights such as the Bronze Horseman and Peter and Paul Fortress, and stroll along Nevsky Prospekt, the monument-lined main street, planned by Peter the Great. Your itinerary is flexible, so feel free to ask your guide to tailor it around your interests.
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  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Private St. Petersburg Hidden Gems and Must-See Tour with Friendly Local Guide

Private St. Petersburg Hidden Gems and Must-See Tour with Friendly Local Guide

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Follow your in-the-know guide down some of St. Petersburg's lesser-known side streets to discover the hidden history that many visitors miss. During this walking tour, visit some of the city's highlights, such as Stroganov Palace, Palace Square, St. Isaac's Cathedral, and Gostiny Dvor. Pickup and drop-off at St. Petersburg hotels included (on foot). If you have time, upgrade to the tour and see even more of St. Petersburg.
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  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$79.00
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State Russian Museum - Private Tour with Skip-The-Line Tickets

State Russian Museum - Private Tour with Skip-The-Line Tickets

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Take the day to wander and explore one of the five main palaces of the State Russian Museum during this private tour. Your guide can plan your day according to your preferences, and your itinerary for the day can be altered based on what you’d like to do. The five areas of the museum include the Mikhailovsky Palace, the Stroganov Palace, St. Michael’s Castle, the Benois Wing, and the Marble Palace.
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  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Peter the Great Private Sightseeing Tour

Peter the Great Private Sightseeing Tour

The Tour gives you the opportunity to discover Peter the Great's outstanding ideas realized in foundation of the Great Russian Empire with the capital now considered to be one of the most beautiful city in the world. • Guaranteed skip-the-line entrance
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  • 5 hours
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$191.00
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See the main ensambles on and around Nevskyi prospect in Saint Petersburg

See the main ensambles on and around Nevskyi prospect in Saint Petersburg

Walk along Nevskii prospect, which is compared to a spinal cord of the city and learn how this former supply road was gradually turning from a wild boar and wolves hunting ground into the most fashionable St.Petersburg avenue. See beautiful ensembles which consist of buildings belonging to every style, that were used by many of the chief architects of St.Petersburg during its 300 history. Observe how they developed from the first baroque palaces on the former outskirts of the city to classical ensembles of the Empire style capital, interspersed with eclectic, representing different historical trends and modern style buildings at the beginning of XX-th century. It was a street of "many faiths" where Russian Orthodox churches stand near Protestant, Catholic and Lutheran cathedrals. It was a street of commerce with its first shopping malls and headquarters of banks, credit and insurance organizations. Libraries, theaters, bookstores and concert halls made it a cultural capital of Russia.
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  • 5 hours
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$40.00
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Private Tour: New Holland Ice Skating and Free Christmas Drink in St Petersburg

Private Tour: New Holland Ice Skating and Free Christmas Drink in St Petersburg

Immerse yourself in St Petersburg’s holiday cheer on this fascinating 3-hour private tour. Set out to see the Downtown of Northern Capital of Russia at its best during Christmas and New Year holiday season and enjoy ice-skating on the prominent New Holland ice-rink. Wander along the Nevsky Prospekt, glowing with breathtaking lights, see Anichkov Bridge, Kazan Cathedral, Stroganov Palace, Admiralty and St Isaac’s Cathedral. Hear intriguing and fun stories from your knowledgeable local guide, enjoy numerous photo ops and warm up with a complimentary glass of mulled wine, delicious hot chocolate or freshly brewed coffee.
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  • 3 hours
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Saint-Petersburg Must-See Private City Tour with St.Isaac Cathedral

Saint-Petersburg Must-See Private City Tour with St.Isaac Cathedral

Visit the impressive St. Isaac's Cathedral - formerly main and largest Russian Orthodox cathedral. During the Tour of St. Petersburg we show you the most significant sights in the city center close up, giving you some of the historical background and the stories that lie behind the facades of this most fascinating city from the comfort of a car or mini van and with a knowledgeable guide. • Guaranteed skip-the-line entrance
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  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$119.00
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Admission ticket to the Stroganov Palace, Saint Petersburg

Admission ticket to the Stroganov Palace, Saint Petersburg

Stroganov palace was constructed in 1753-1754 by the architect Francesco Bartolomeo Rastrelli at the crossing of the Moika River and Nevsky Avenue. The architect joined the two existing here buildings, belonging to the Stroganovs, with one baroque-style façade. Main palace interiors were executed in baroque style as well. During its almost two-hundred-year history, Stroganov palace had its interiors continuously reconstructed according to changing fashion and the owners’ demands. These rooms were designed by over a dozen architects, including not only Rastrelli, Voronikhin and Sadovnikov, but also Ivan Kolodin, Carlo Rossi and other experts from Saint Petersburg.
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  • 2 to 3 hours
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What are Stroganov Palace (Stroganovsky Dvorets) hours of operation?
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Stroganov Palace (Stroganovsky Dvorets) hours of operation: Wednesday and Friday to Monday, 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.; Thursday 1:00 to 9:00 p.m.. Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
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We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Stroganov Palace (Stroganovsky Dvorets) can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
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How much does it cost to visit Stroganov Palace (Stroganovsky Dvorets) 2021?
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Currently, an entrance ticket to Stroganov Palace (Stroganovsky Dvorets) costs USD 15.30. Guided Stroganov Palace (Stroganovsky Dvorets) tours start around USD 15.30 per person.
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