Yusupov Palace with Rasputin Story
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The group will consist of maximum 16 people.
This type of tour will apply for ALL CRUISE SHIPS PASSENGERS and HOTEL GUESTS coming to St Petersburg. Minimum number of people on the booking 2 people.
If you are a single traveler, please contact us before you book to firstname.lastname@example.org
For cruise passengers
Please take a note that if you are a cruise passenger this tour DOES NOT require the Russian Visa as you will join the group by disembarking with our special border pass to join the Visa FREE tour. In this case you have to provide us with all the passport information for the passport border control.
You will be picked up at the cruise terminal at the time indicated on your confirmation voucher.
PLEASE BOOK THIS TOUR NO LATER THAN 5 DAYS BEFORE ARRIVAL.
IF YOU BOOK THE TOUR LATER THAN 5 DAYS, WE ASK YOU TO CONTACT US BEFORE TO CHECK THE AVAILABILITY.
For the hotel guests
Please take a note that if you are staying at the hotel you will be picked up by our guide at your hotel.
PLEASE BOOK THIS TOUR NO LATER THAN 2 DAYS BEFORE ARRIVAL.
IF YOU BOOK THE TOUR LATER THAN 2 DAYS, WE ASK YOU TO CONTACT US BEFORE TO CHECK THE AVAILABILITY.
Explore The Yusupov Palace tour with exposition where Rasputin was killed
The Yusupov Palace is a unique architectural and cultural monument rightfully acclaimed as an "encyclopedia" of St. Petersburg aristocratic interiors.The palace went down in Russian history as the scene of the assassination of Grigory Rasputin, the Siberian peasant who became the spiritual mentor and friend of the family of Emperor Nicholas II at the beginning of the twentieth century. The tragedy played out on the night of 17 December in the living quarters of the young Prince Felix Yusupov. These rooms now house a historical-documentary exhibition.
- Transportation (Private Van) in accordance with the program
- The English-speaking professional guide
- Entrance to the museum Yusupov Palace with exposition “murder of Rasputin”
- Pick up and drop off