A bit off a beaten track. Peter’s Road Palace

There are classic places in Moscow: Kremlin, the Red Square, Saint Basil’s Cathedral. But what if you are tired of standard programs and packs of loud tourists that smooth out the impression of Russian legacy? In this case we have a catchy tip for you.

We recommend you to visit Peter’s Road palace – an astonishing monument of architecture of the 18th century.

A trip from St. Petersburg to Moscow in the eighteenth century was a serious journey that took several days on the road through the Tverskoy tract. Meant to be a place of royal rest before the entry into Moscow, the Road Palace was built in honor of the successful completion of the Russo-Turkish War of 1768-1774 by the decree of Catherine II.

The Road Palace has preserved its beauty and dignity till nowadays and continues to be a place for pleasant leisure time.

Tourists are welcome to visit fancy branches, enjoy Russian opera or just have a peaceful walk along the historic walls of the Palace. It is also functioning as a boutique hotel, where you can spend a night among luxurious interior for a reasonable price.

For those who want to find out more guide tours are provided.

Marlis Travel will be glad to assist with booking a tour or a hotel in Peter’s Road Palace.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us!