Winter Palace of Peter I

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3 expert recommendations


Fodor's Tick Choice

With its 1,001 rooms swathed in...jasper, agate, and gilded mirrors, the residence of Russia's rulers from Catherine the Great (1762) to Nicholas II (1917) is the grandest monument of Russian rococo. Full review →


Lonely Planet

Some rooms have been restored to their appearance during Peter’s era, complete with Dutch tiles and parquet floors, and are used to exhibit some of Peter’s personal items from the Hermitage collection Full review →


Michelin Guide 55

The Winter Palace, seat of the Hermitage Museum since the October Revolution, is very impressive with its long pistachio green facade dotted with 400 immaculate white columns Full review →

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