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Excursion to Pavlovsk

Sometimes an excursion to Pavlovsk is combined with a visit to Tsarskoye Selo. Pavlovsk and Catherine Palaces are located 6 kilometers from each other. However, in this case, only a brief tour of the Catherine Palace and park in Tsarskoye Selo, as well as the palace and the nearest park area in Pavlovsk, is possible. It will take you all day.
If you want to see everything in detail in Pavlovsk and Tsarskoye Selo, then it is better to divide these excursions. The Pavlovsk Palace is small, but the landscape Pavlovsk Park occupies an area of 600 hectares. It is one of the largest parks in the world.
Start your trip to Pavlovsk with a visit to the Pavlovsk Palace. It is one of the most remarkable examples of early classicism. After that, take a walk in Pavlovsky Park. It is huge, but the most picturesque landscapes you will see in the valley of the Slavyanka River.
Near the Peel Tower, turn to the Rose Pavilion and follow the Triple Linden Alley back to the Pavlovsk Palace. After that, cross the road and go down to the Marienthal Pond. Walk along its shore to the BIP Fortress. Now it houses a hotel, but in the time of Paul I it used to be a real fortress.
Near the BIP Fortress, there is a small Local History museum of Pavlovsk, where you can get acquainted with the history of the city when it was the musical capital of Russia.
Sometimes an excursion to Pavlovsk is combined with a visit to Tsarskoye Selo. Pavlovsk and Catherine Palaces are located 6 kilometers from each other. However, in this case, only a brief tour of the Catherine Palace and park in Tsarskoye Selo, as well as the palace and the nearest park area in Pavlovsk, is possible. It will take you all day.
 
If you want to see everything in detail in Pavlovsk and Tsarskoye Selo, then it is better to divide these excursions. The Pavlovsk Palace is small, but the landscape Pavlovsk Park occupies an area of 600 hectares. It is one of the largest parks in the world.
 
Start your trip to Pavlovsk with a visit to the Pavlovsk Palace. It is one of the most remarkable examples of early classicism. After that, take a walk in Pavlovsky Park. It is huge, but the most picturesque landscapes you will see in the valley of the Slavyanka River.
 
Near the Peel Tower, turn to the Rose Pavilion and follow the Triple Linden Alley back to the Pavlovsk Palace. After that, cross the road and go down to the Marienthal Pond. Walk along its shore to the BIP Fortress. Now it houses a hotel, but in the time of Paul I it used to be a real fortress.
 
Near the BIP Fortress, there is a small Local History museum of Pavlovsk, where you can get acquainted with the history of the city when it was the musical capital of Russia.

General information
  • Number of places to visit : 5
  • Total route duration : 1 day
  • Type of route : 0
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