Saint Petersburg Transportation

  • By Sea
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  • By Sea
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    Pulkovo 2
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  • 1. Metro

    The St Petersburg Metro system is affordable, convenient and efficient. The cost of the tokens is 28 Roubles and that allows you to travel any distance on the metro system, and change lines as many...

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  • 2. Buses

    St Peterline shuttle At 3:30 ,We made our way back to St Isaacs Cathedral to catch the first shuttle back to the ferry.We wondered if it would even be there and were prepared to take a taxi if need...

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  • 3. Trains

    The favourite place for me was Siberia in Russia. I travelled there some years ago and made a trans-Siberia train trip from Bejing to St.Petersburg - It includes such beautiful cities as Bejing,...

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  • 4. By Plane

    St Petersburg's main airport is Pulkovo, whose brand new, all-singing, all-dancing single terminal opened in February 2014, replacing the outdated terminals 1 and 2. The airport is located about 14...

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  • 5. By Sea

    We paid A$500 including buffet dinner and breakfast, no car. We sailed at 6.30pm but could board about 3 hours in advance - no need, collect your boarding tickets (which act as cabin keys) and meal...

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  • 6. Taxis

    Guidebooks tell you that on arrival, you should get your taxi from the official taxi desk in the airport arrival hall, where the agent will give you a paper saying how much it will cost to your...

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  • 7. Outing

    Saint Petersburg is made for walkers. Even in Winter you can find plenty to see. But if you get tired, the Metro subway systems is fun and only about 17 Rubles. The long escalators into these tunnels,...

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  • 8. Canals and Rivers

    This is something I didn't find out about until my last evening, but definitely something to keep in mind for my next visit. The Aquabus is a relatively recent public transport initiative by the St...

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  • 9. by Bike

    Whilst St Petersburg seems a city dedicated to the infernal combusting engined machines I can imagine it being a perfectly cycleable city, during the summer at least. Although the main roads are busy...

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  • 10. By Car

    Taxi from the Theatre We were fortunate enough to grab a cab in front of the Marlinski theater when we exited. He wanted 1000ruples for the ride but I got him down to 500. The hotel told us that we...

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  • 11. Getting From Pulkovo Airport Into The City

    At the time of writing, May 2014, there are no direct public transport options from Pulkovo airport into the city centre. There are however regular public bus,...

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  • 12. going to or from airport

    It is really cheap and easy to go to the airport by public transport. We payed 28 for the metro to station Moskovskaya, blue line. There we were pointed to the...

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  • 13. Pulkovo 2 airport

    If you come by plane to Saint Petersburg, you will probably land at Pulkovo airport. Pulkovo is an international airport serving Saint Petersburg and it...

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  • 14. Arrival to St.Petersburg

    Arrival to St.PetersburgFlightsThere is international airport Pulkovo-2 in St.Petersburg, located very close to the city. Many European aircrafts (including...

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  • 15. Arrival - Llegada

    Llegamos a San Petersburgo en autobús procedentes de Tallin Salimos a las once de la noche y llegamos a las seis de la mañana a la estación del Báltico El...

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  • 16. Trams

    Especialy to remember the old type of transports, some cars maybe over fifty years old but running pretty well.It is a slow way to discover the city.You should...

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  • 17. Explore St. Petersburg by tram

    If you feel like taking a tram in St. Petersburg you should know that St. Petersburg has the most extensive tram network with the most trams in the world. Even...

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  • 18. Airport transport

    Add St Petersburg to the list of places where taxi drivers are nothing more than legitimised thieves.Transport to / from the airport is available via bus /...

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  • 19. Explore St. Petersburg on foot

    Of course St. Petersburg is a huge metropolis, therefore large distances are best covered by public transportation.Nevertheless, it is sometimes recommended to...

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  • 20. A Safer Way to Travel at Night

    In March last year, I needed to get to the airport in the middle of the night to catch my flight home. As there had been some recent issues with fake cab...

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  • 21. waterways

    A popular way to visit Saint Petersburg is on a boat trip along its canals and waterways: the perspective is quite different from the strret perspective.Boats,...

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  • 22. From Moscow to ST Petersburg

    Many travellers visiting Russia will want to visit both cities.You can either fly or catch the train, either a fast one, or overnight.There are plenty of...

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  • 23. Getting from the Airport into town

    There are minivans that do the trip into town cheaply enough. Alternatively, you can get a minibus to the metro station Moskovskaya, from where you can get on...

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  • 24. Boat Tours

    Near the canal that flows past the Church on Spilled Blood are a few tour boat companies. For about 10 dollars, you can take a ride up and down the canals with...

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  • 25. Horseback

    This person was offering horseback rides around St. Petersburg. I kind of felt bad for the horse because I'm sure there are other places she'd rather be, and...

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