The number of tourist attractions in St. Petersburg is so high that tourists are confused in choosing their St. Petersburg tour program. Although many of St. Petersburg's tourist attractions, which tourists should not miss the opportunity to visit, are included in St. Petersburg's tour plans, many are left out of the plans of travel agencies and tour operators in Russia. That's why many tourists visit the sights and attractions left out of travel agencies' plans during their free time on their tour to St. Petersburg. Of course, tourists should keep in mind that if they do not have enough time to visit other St. Petersburg tourist attractions, they will most likely have visited all of St. Petersburg's major tourist attractions during their tour to Russia. Attractions such as the Hermitage Museum, known as the flagship tourist attraction in St. Petersburg. Attractions such as the Mariinsky Theater, which is one of the main tourist attractions in the St. Petersburg tour's cultural programs. Peterhof, the main tourist attraction on St. Petersburg's outskirts and many other tourist attractions, each of which alone can attract tourists to St. Petersburg. One of the most popular tourist attractions in St. Petersburg is the Shuvalov Palace. Of course, we at Star Travel Group recommend tourists that if Shuvalov Palace hasn't been included on their tour to St. Petersburg program, visit it during their free time on their travel to St. Petersburg and don't miss the opportunity to visit this marvelous place during their trip to Russia.
Shuvalov Palace is one of St. Petersburg's aristocratic estates, which has been home to the Shuvalov and Naryshkin aristocratic families for many years. This magnificent palace, an excellent example of neoclassical architecture, is located next to the Fontanka River. One of the best and easiest ways to reach this palace is from Nevsky Prospect. Shuvalov Palace was built in the late 18th century and was completely rebuilt in the mid-19th century. This reconstruction, which lasted until 1859, made this palace's appearance an example of neoclassical architecture. The last owner of this magnificent palace donated the Shuvalov Palace to the Army Hospital to treat the wounded of World War I. After the October Revolution, Shuvalov Palace, like other imperial and aristocratic estates, was confiscated and nationalized by the Bolshevik government. Shuvalov Palace was handed over to various authorities during the Soviet era, and during these years, a lot of damage was done to the interior architecture and the building. The damage peaked, especially during the siege of Leningrad, where Nazi army bombs severely damaged a large part of the palace building and courtyard. After the Soviet Union's collapse, the palace was completely rebuilt and magnificently restored to its original form before the October Revolution. Today, the Shuvalov Palace houses the Faberge Museum, one of the top and major tourist attractions of St. Petersburg on tour to Russia.
With a little tour of Nevsky Prospect, you will easily notice the many tourist attractions on this street next to Shuvalov Palace. Nevsky Prospect is the main street of St. Petersburg and the city's tourist center, where there are many tourist attractions, historical landmarks, modern shopping centers, cafes, and restaurants that can be of interest to tourists during their trip to St. Petersburg. That is why Nevsky Prospect is an important part of the Russia tour in St. Petersburg. You can visit our blog to learn about any aspect of the tourism industry on Nevsky Prospect.
One of the main tourist attractions in Shuvalov Palace is the Faberge Museum. This amazing museum, which contains many works left by the Faberge Firm, is the best place to witness the imperial family's luxurious life. The Faberge firm was responsible for producing many of the imperial family's jewelry in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. One of the most famous jewels that Faberge frim has produced for Alexander III and Nicholas II, the last emperors of the Russian Empire, is the Faberge Easter Eggs. You can visit this museum and see some of these jewelry eggs during your tour to Russia. For more information about the Faberge Museum, you can visit our blog.
Another advantage of visiting the Faberge Museum is getting to know its last owner's personal and work life in Russia, Peter Carl Faberge. The famous figure who led the Faberge Firm to great success in Russia lost his morale after the October Revolution and left the job, spending the last years of his life in self-imposed exile. Carl Faberge was the person who came up with the idea of designing their Faberge Easter Eggs and one of the finest examples of jewelry in the history of the Russian Empire. You can visit the Faberge Museum during the tour to St. Petersburg and get acquainted with the life of this important figure in the history of St. Petersburg. You can also find out more about him on our blog.
Another famous Russian museum dedicated to preserving imperial jewelry is the Moscow State Diamond Fund, located in the Kremlin's Armory. Although many of the imperial jewels were stolen during the Soviet era or sold at auctions abroad, many are still kept in Russia and these two museums. You can visit our blog for more information on these two major museums in Russia dedicated to displaying imperial jewelry.
The Faberge Museum is not just about displaying imperial jewelry. While visiting the museum during your trip to St. Petersburg, you can see other products made by Faberge Firm, including the company's silverware and other jewelry. One of the attractions of visiting this museum during your travel to St. Petersburg is the opportunity to buy cheaper specimens of imperial jewelry from the museum's gift shop. These jewels are a great souvenir from St. Petersburg that tourists can bring back to their hometown from a trip to Russia. To get acquainted with other souvenirs that you can buy during your trip to Russia, you can visit our blog.
As you can see, the Faberge Museum and the Shuvalov Palace are some of the most important tourist attractions in St. Petersburg, which are usually included in the tour to Russia program. However, if this palace is not on your tour plans, you can visit it during your tour around Nevsky Prospect in your free time. You can also visit our blog for the top tourist attractions in St. Petersburg.