Not everyone will want to walk in the woods all day or climb the mountains, just as not always want to listen to all day tours in museums. There is no need to worry about it, because this route maintains an ideal balance of natural wonders and beauties created by human hands.
Walking through caves and woods requires comfortable indoor shoes, and don't forget to bring plenty of water.
Let's start our trip by visiting the museum-reserve "Pavlovsk". Here you can join a group and go on a walking tour of the park or walk on your own, you can also get a tour of the Pavlovsk Palace itself.
Not far from the Count's Bridge there is a natural monument - the Sablinskie caves. The eco-cognitive program for the cave is organized as the group is completed, if there is a free guide. The minimum group is 6 people. If the number of people is smaller, the cost of individual visits increases. Family groups can also order the program on weekdays, it is better to specify all the detailed information by phone, specified on [site](https://www.sablino.net).
After a walk through the caves you can have a refreshment in Gatchina, since our next stop is the Grand Gatchina Palace.
In this place it is necessary to take excursion, it is absolutely inexpensive, and you will learn a lot of interesting things. Next to the palace there is a picturesque park, look there too.
Now let's go see another attraction of the region - Gatchina Geysers. There are only four geysers, but to find them all you need to walk through the woods and get some fresh air.
The Duderhof heights are a natural monument formed by three mountains. It has long attracted visitors with its unique relief and stunning nature. In 1990, the Duderhof Heights were included in the UNESCO list of protected nature objects, and since then the territory has been officially designated a nature reserve. We meet the sunset in a picturesque place and head back to St. Petersburg.