Its a huge and modern pyramide in the middle of EuroAsia. It is pretty far from the center of the city (one hour and half walking), but it is worth.
The Palace of Peace and Reconciliation is the central marvel of Kazakhstan's ambitious construction program in its new capital. If in 2033 the country will have managed to use its giant natural resources for the transition into a modern, open, pluralist and democratic society, it will stand for the successful foundations of this process. However, in the current state of... More
Take Tenge-cards are not accepted. The entance area is cavernous and, when we visited on a Saturday morning, there were more staff than visitors. A guided tour was included in our 500Tenge admission fee and our young, helpful and friendly guide spoke English. The final meeting room at the top of the Pyramid is a must see. We saw it... More
this is a nice building with every 30 minutes a tour. if you come walking from the center make sure to walk round the building as the the entrance is at the back. very nice place to visit, little entrance fee.
The building is fascinating in terms of its pyramidal construction. Inside in boasts a theatre, museum, library, cafe, art gallery, souvenir shop and conference centre. The tour guides are friendly and informative.
I went there in April 2013 to have a look at this "impressive" Building. The entrance hall is nicely modern design but all the rest ? It is really like most other things in Kazakhstan, faked, cheap materials and if you go closer you see a lot lack in workmanship quality. Not worth to visit. Skip it.
In many cities the Pyramid would not be the tourist attraction that it is here - probably because it would be more of a working building and one would go more naturally to it to attend something, rather than make a special trip to visit it. It must be said that things of interest to visit in Astana are relatively... More
I am not a big fan of this building, although the idea in general is interesting. It is built in the form of a pyramid, surrounded by the park and is visible from everywhere. The interior is nothing special, the lobby is quite dark, and I didn't find the rooms (the concert hall, the meeting hall, etc) too interesting. I... More
Well worth a visit. What looks fairly bland on the outside is impressive within. Take the tour to have a better understanding of the facility and once again a site with no queues, few people and a minimal entrance fee.
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