Montrepo, translated from French, means the place of my rest, as the Duke of Wurttemberg, who used it for several years, called his country residence. The history of the place is more closely connected with the Barons of Nicholas, who for a long time owned the estate on this territory. Under them the complex acquired modern features - the existing living quarters were rebuilt, sculpture compositions were erected, and the park was expanded to its present size. Opening hours: daily 09:00 - 20:00
At present the castle, along with the medieval monuments of Vyborg, is part of the Vyborg Museum Reserve. The castle has a museum with permanent expositions and temporary exhibitions, and every year knightly tournaments, festivals, concerts and festivals are held in the territory. More information about the excursion can be found on [the official website](http://vyborgmuseum.org/). Opening hours: W - all 10:00 - 18:00.
The owners of the estate were rich merchants or artisans. There was a warehouse and a workshop on the ground floor, a meeting room and a small kitchen on the first floor and bedrooms on the third floor. Nowadays the estate houses an information-tourist center with a museum exposition. Opening hours: daily 10:00 - 18:00
The day was very busy, so tonight we have a good night's sleep, so hurry up and go to the hotel to sleep and rest!
Soak up the spirit of the Middle Ages and dine in the city's most authentic tavern. The interiors will take you back centuries. Be sure to try the pork goulash. It's highly recommended.
Visit this amazing antique shop to buy some nice and unusual things for your memory or as a gift to your loved ones.
Visiting Vyborg, one simply cannot help but take a tour of the local branch of the Hermitage Museum, because it has already become a full part of the cultural life of the city and is closely associated with it. Here you can see many works from the collections of the museum. More details about the exhibitions can be found [on the official website](http://erm.vbgcity.ru/).
Before going to dinner, we will stop at one of the central squares of Vyborg to see with our own eyes all the architecture, for which this city is popular among tourists.
In general, Vyborg is a city where many ancient traditions, including culinary ones, have been preserved. And to make sure of it, you can go for a dinner at the restaurant "Slavic meal".
The day was very busy, so tonight we have a good night's sleep. Hurry up and get some rest at the hotel!