Peterhof Palace, the residence of the Russian tsars, is one of the many wonders of St. Petersburg, which is not to say the only wonder of the city.
But, no doubt, besides the palace, what impresses most is its gardens. Imagine czars walking in the groves, the fountains, sand paths, and terraces that let you see the entire landscape. And, from one of the terraces of the palace you can see the whole backyard, called Lower Park, with the swell, the Gulf of Finland. Quite impressive.
The color combination of yellow and white palace and garden green with golden statues, forming a unique landscape, with great taste and care. Like all Russian monuments. Personally, I think it is one of the wonders created by the man that has surprised me the most. I recommend that you enjoy it quietly, taking pictures of every corner, just like I did.