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All reviews long tour rundale palace beautiful garden definitely worth a visit couple of hours st petersburg my wife and i nice visit self guided tour rooms roses tourists countryside riga entrance basement versailles
At the time we visited the palace was the set of a major film production. This made exploring the palace difficult as rooms were closed off and routes disrupted. It was also awkward to look at the exhibits when filming was taking place.
This is probably the grandest palace in Latvia, which has been excellently restored on the whole, so well worth visiting. The formal garden has also been recreated quite impeccably. So I thought it was a great day out. I went with friends on our way...More
Palace that has lot of old history. Have to have enough time. There were lot of interesting rooms. Better service and information with English language would be more than good. Garden was nice with some beautiful flowers, trees and wine. Begin of September maybe a...More
I am not sure that I would go on a day tour of this palace but if you happen to be driving from Lithuania to Latvia like us, I would definitely recommend visiting this palace. I didn't have much expectations about the palace since it...More
Seven of us took a trip to the Rundale Palace Museum and its beautiful gardens. It was a real treat and the gardens were absolutely stunning.
The building has been restored to its former glory and is well worth visiting.
My wife and I visited this palace. It was built between 1736 and 1768. Although privately owned until 1920, it was severely damage in WWI. It was also designed by Bartolommeo Rastrelli, who also designed St Petersburg’s magnificent Winter Palace. It was recently restored to...More
We travelled by bus from Riga - it's not too tricky to do. The main bus is modern with air con and (if you're lucky) working wifi. The final leg from Bauska is a bit rickety and the roads are less well-maintained. You can't buy...More
The architect who built Catherine the Great's Russian palace also designed and supervised the construction of Rundale which is located in the countryside in SW Latvia. It has been restored and 40 of 138 rooms are open to the public. The gardens behind the palace...More