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Voyage Saint-Pétersbourg - Ermitage
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Voyage Saint-Pétersbourg - Ermitage
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Whether for the Palaces themselves, or for the collections they house, the Hermitage is the must-see museum during any stay in St. Petersburg. From the antiquities to the Impressionists to the great European schools of art, the largest museum in the world will only surprise and delight you.

Languages availableFrench, English, German, Spanish, Italian (choice during check-out)

The former residence of the Czars, The Hermitage is the most important museum in the world today. Constructed in 1711, and rebuilt by Nicolas I following a fire in 1837, The Hermitage is a jewel in Russian Baroque art, with a collection that comprises more than 3 million items, from antiquities to an impressive collection of works by the Impressionists situated in the General Staff Building. In displaying the artistic masterpieces of both the Western and Russian schools, the Hermitage Museum must be seen on any trip to St. Petersburg. Designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, as the historical center of St. Petersburg, the different palaces making up the museum are works of art in themselves. 

With your guide, you will travel along the banks of the Neva to discover the most beautiful rooms of the museum, as well as Russian and European masterpieces. Among the numerous objects displayed and the 1000 exhibition rooms, your guide will introduce works known world-wide to you, including ‘The Madonna and the Infant and St. John the Baptist’ by Leonardo da Vinci, ‘The Conestabile Madonna’ by Raphael, and ‘Three Men at a Table’ by Velazquez. You will not only learn more about these works, but also about other collections initiated by the Empress Catherine II on the advice of the French philosopher Denis Diderot, and the history of The Hermitage, the seat of Imperial power.

Because of its history and its collections, the Hermitage is without doubt an absolutely essential tour during any visit to the Venice of the North, and is not to be missed for any reason!

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  • A 3-hour tour of the Hermitage Museum
  • Entrance tickets to the museum
You will see
  • The Small Hermitage, the Old Hermitage, the New Hermitage, the Winter Palace and the General Staff Building
  • The State Halls of the Winter Palace and St. George’s Hall. The gallery of portraits of the Romanovs. The famous "Peacock Clock” in the Pavilion Hall of the Small Hermitage. The Raphael Loggias and the glass collection of the Museum of Porcelain in the New Hermitage building.
  • The collections of European art from the 13th century, including paintings from Raphael, Rubens, and Rembrandt.
  • The collection of French art from the 14th to the 20th century

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6 Travelers rating
Serena Lucciano
It has always been one of my dreams to visit the Ermitage and travel in time back to the Imperial Russia. Thanks to our lovely guide, I discovered an amazing palace and felt like I was under the reign of Nicola second. Being passionate I had lot of questions and the guide answered to all of them. Grazie mille, it was amazing!
Stacey Johns
Amazing trip organized by a skilled team ! Definitely recommend you to work with them.
Marko Khöler
Visiting the Hermitage with Tsar Visit was really nice. Easy to book and interesting guide.
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