Konstantinovsky Palace Tour
Konstantinovsky Palace Park
G8 Summit Russia in 2006 in Konstantin Palace
Konstantinovsky Palace St. Petersburg
Konstantinovsky Palace interior
Belveder Hall Konstantinovsky Palace St. Petersburg
Konstantinovsky Palace park
Explore the Russian Versailles inside and out!
It doesn’t get a lot more exclusive than this. Somewhere on the way to Peterhof there is a huge, historic palace that has been converted into the St. Petersburg Presidential Residence. This magnificent complex comprising of Konstantinovsky Palace with the surrounding parks is one of the most memorable stops for anyone willing enough to visit this Russian Versailles.
Being such a high-profile sight, visits to Konstantinovsky Palace are almost impossible to arrange for many tour agencies. Not for us though, as we are the official partners with the Palace and can arrange for a visit on your request.
Please book as far in advance as possible. Start time to be confirmed 3 weeks prior to the tour date.
When booking the tour please also include ALL alternatives dates/time you will consider for a tour. In case your chosen date/time is not confirmed by the Palace, we will issue a full refund.
- Сeremonial halls and living rooms of the Palace
- Presidential Floor - 6 highly-exclusive interiors, only with Pradiz!
- Konstantinovsky Park (optional - can be booked separately)
- Konstantinov Palace wine cellars & wine testing (optional - can be booked separately)
Scheduling the visit in advance and passing the tight security checks, the grandiose Konstantin Palace, also known as The National Congress Palace, opens up before you. The tour will have you exploring its royal premises, with an emphasis on great stories hidden inside. Our expert guides will talk you though the Belvedere Hall along with the highly exclusive Presidential Floor, while walking you to the impressive art gallery inside the Palace.
You can extend your tour by roaming the many parks that surround the Konstantinovsky. With its scope and beauty, they match some of the finest greenery in the world. Should that not be enough, you can always do some wine testing inside the Palace’s Tokaj wine cellars (optional extra). The collection of rare bottles mainly received as gifts is truly palate-stunning.