"Baltiysky" Railway Station (rus: Балтийский вокзал) is one of the train stations in St. Petersburg. It is the second largest train stations in St. Petersburg. It is one of the busiest in Russia by volume of commuter traffic. Every hour Baltic Railway Station services about 2.8 thousand people. There is entrance to the metro station "Baltiyskaya" situated in the railway station building.
Baltic Station is located next to the Obvodny channel, at a distance approximately 3.5 kilometers to south of the Palace Square and the Nevsky Prospekt.
Address: St. Petersburg, Obvodny channel embankment, 120.
You can check the station location on the city map.
The nearest metro station: "Baltiyskaya".
Trains for following directions depart from the station:
St. Petersburg - Oranienbaum I - Kalishche.
St. Petersburg - Oranienbaum I - Krasnoflotsk.
St. Petersburg - Red Village - Gatchina-Baltic.
St. Petersburg - Gatchina-Warsaw - Meadows I - Pskov.
St. Petersburg - Gatchina-Warsaw - Ivangorod.
St. Petersburg - Gatchina-Warsaw.
The station was built for the Baltic railway. It was called Petergofsky station from 1853 to 1872 years. The current station building was constructed in 1855-1858. Trains movement from the station began July 21, 1857. The station received modern name in 1872 after opening the railway communication with Revel (now Tallinn). Since 1933 the Baltiysky Railway Station receives and sends only commuter trains. It is the most convenient to get to the Baltic Railway Station by Metro.
There are located near the Baltic station in St. Petersburg:
- Museum of the Oktyabrskaya Railway. Address: St. Petersburg, Obvodny channel embankment, 114.
- "Warsaw Express" Shopping center. Address Obvodny channel, 118, St. Petersburg.
- Supermarket LENTA. Address: Obvodny channel, 118k7, St. Petersburg.
- Azimut Hotel. Address: Lermontov Prospekt 43/1, Admiralteysky District, Saint Petersburg, Russia.
- Hotel Dalisi. Address: Obvodny channel, 124, 2nd Floor, Admiralty district of St. Petersburg, Russia.