Rinaldi at Dekabristov

Dekabristov st, 6, St. Petersburg, 197198, Russia
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Forum Posts

st petersburg harbor to city center

by aliceny

Anyone know how to get from the St Petersburg harbor to the city center and back? Is there a metro station?
thx
Alice

Re: st petersburg harbor to city center

by Ivannn

You may enter to SP by sea by two ways:
1) Through regular Sea gate terminal -morskoj vokzal in Vasiljevsky Iland - not far Primorskaja Metro Station.

2) Cruise ships as usial arrives almost to downtown - Neva river close to "most lejtenanta Shmidta" - 15 minutes walk to Mariinsky Opera.

Re: st petersburg harbor to city center

by nataleie

I could help you with a transfer if you'd like to..

Re: st petersburg harbor to city center

by Guide_spb

Some big cruise ships dock on the Commercial port piers, which are not very conveniently located (too far to walk to the city centre, no Metro stations there). Your tour company must have the information about where you ship will be docked.
Transfers are avaliable here: http://www.guidespb.com/transport.php

Ann and Alex

Travel Tips for Saint Petersburg

Money

by emilienoelle

The Russian currency is rubles which are broken down into kopeks. The exchange rate for rubles to US $ or Euros is very good, however you will find that many shops that tourists frequent charge either US $ or Euros for their goods. This is pretty much a rip-off because you can likely get the same items at a less touristy shop for about half the price. However, many museums and attractions also charge admission in US $, and there is nothing you can do about it. If you want to exchange US $ or Euros into rubles there are many places you can do so, but you will need to show your passport.

Medical: Polyclinic Komplex

by sennaya

There is an American Clinic, a Medem Clinic, and then for a good Russian clinic you can use the Polyclinic Complex.
It is clean, professional and not as expensive as the foreign run clinics. Best if you speak Russian, but they can work with Englsih speakers too.
In operation since 1948. 812-316-58-81

http://www.clinic-complex.ru

Hare statue

by bugulma

When you are going to Petropavlovskaya Fortres along the central Ioanovsky Bridge, look to the left, below rails. You see the little statue of the hare. The island where the fortress is situated has a name Zayachy (Hare Island). The statue was placed in 2003.

The Cruiser Aurora

by ania70pl

The cruiser Aurora, built in St. Petersburg between 1897 and 1900, took an active part in the Russian-Japanese War of 1904-05 and participated in the Tsusima battle, in which most of Russia's Pacific fleet was destroyed. After the war the ship was used for personnel training and during the October revolution of 1917 gave the signal (by firing a blank shot) to storm of the Winter Palace, which was being used as a residence by the democratic, but largely ineffective Provisional Government.
During World War II and the 900-day Siege of Leningrad the guns of the ship were taken down and used on the front line of the city's defenses. After the war the ship was carefully restored and used as a free museum and training ship for cadets from the nearby Nakhimov Navy School.

Yelagin Island

by cheekymarieh

Yelagin Island - There are boats available to hire to row around the lake and explore it . Also inside the area is a small fairground. There are lots of paths around the grounds for long walks. At the far end of the island you can look out over the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Finland.

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