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Livadia Palace and Park Museum-Reserve, Livadiya
Categories: Architectural Buildings, Specialty Museums, Museums, Tourist Spots
Tour Livadia Palace and Park Museum-Reserve, the Neo-Renaissance summer home of the last Russian tsar Nicholas II and his family. Used occasionally for holding key conferences, the building also showcases a room used by Franklin D. Roosevelt. Observe the palace's sparkling white facade, created from Crimean granite, and notice its Tuscany marble arched portico. You can walk through some of the 116 rooms, including the study carved of maple wood--reportedly one of the tsar's favorite spots. Once you exit to the patio, you'll see Arabic and Italian styles. Be sure to visit the Neo-Byzantine church from 1866, also on the grounds. Our Livadiya trip itinerary builder makes visiting Livadia Palace and Park Museum-Reserve and other Livadiya attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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Очень понравилась экскурсия по Ливадийскому дворцу. Нам попалась отличная экскурсовод (хотя почему-то возмутилась тому, что мы снимали ее на экшн-камеру), рассказывала все быстро, но разборчиво и инте... read more »Really enjoyed the tour of the Livadia Palace. We got a great tour guide (though somehow got indignant that we filmed it on action camera), told all fast, but legible and interesting-especially me, fellow Nicholas 2:))) Palace is in excellent condition! Around the Palace is a beautiful park where you can walk in anticipation of excursions or after it.show original
Были в сентябре. Очень красивый дворец, советую взять экскурсию и зайти внутрь. Недостатки экскурсии в том, что очень много людей собирают на экскурсию. Нас было около 40 человек, если стоишь последне... read more »Were in September. Very beautiful Palace, I advise you to take a tour and go inside. Disadvantages of excursions is that so many people gather on the tour. We had about 40 people, if you are the latter, unheard of. Do not allow time for photos. Photos are done when all went out of the room, so you don't hear the beginning of the story of the guide in the next room. Speaking of our guide, he had a speech impediment and when he hurried up and spoken quickly nothing was clear. On the territory of all modestly, Laurel bushes. Much roskošnej from the façade looked Livadia boarding house. In general we liked the Palace.show original
Die Anlage ist sehr gepflegt. Es macht einen guten Eindruck. Leider gibt es nur Beschriftungen auf Russisch.The system is well maintained. It makes a good impression. Unfortunately, there are only labels in Russian.show original
Great place to visit. Full of history. Amazing views. We visited on a trip from a cruise ship calling in Yalta.
Amazing historic place. A must see for any one planning a trip to Yalta
DARIO ANDREZ PEÑAAmazing a fascinating architectureshow original
Георгий СеливёрстовOf all the palaces of southern Crimea this like me most of all because of its rich history! He held an important place both in Tsarist times, and during the great patriotic war. And more interestingly, the Palace was built in just 16 months!show original
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