Metro station "Primorskaya" in St. Petersburg is located in the western part of the city, at the intersection of streets “Nalichnaya” and “Odoevskogo”, near the banks of the River “Smolenka”. Distance from the metro station to the exhibition center "Lenexpo" is about 2 kilometers, to Marine Passenger Terminal about 2.5 kilometers.
Currently metro station “Primorskaya” is the terminus of the Neva-Vasileostrovsky line (line 3, green line) of the St. Petersburg metro. The nearest subway station is “Vasilyeostrovskaya.” The station is located on the island “Dekabristov”, near the Vasilievsky Island (usuali island considered as part of Vasilievsky Island).
The station opened on 28 September 1979. At a distance of about 2 kilometers from the station is the Gulf of Finland of the Baltic Sea. This explains the choice of the station name. Currently (2014) Primorskaya Station is the westernmost subway station in Russia and in St. Petersburg. In the design of the station used sea theme.
Underground station hall is located at a depth of 71 meters. Exit from the station (escalators) located in the northern end of the hall.
Ground station lobby is located in the house, which is located at the intersection of “Odoevskogo” and “Nalichnaya” streets. In the same building is lovated underground museum and Office St. Petersburg metro.
According to current plans, is planned extension of the Nevsko-Vasileostrovskaya line and construction of the station “Novokrestovskaya”. It is also planned to build a second exit and ground lobby of the metro station “Primorskaya”. The lobby will be located between the Odoevskogo street and the river “Smolenka”.
Museum of Contemporary Art "Erarta" located at distance 2 kilometers from the metro station.
For more information about the Saint Petersburg metro, please visit the VISIT-PLUS St. Petersburg metro page.
The Metro station location map.