The bus station is the place of departure and arrival of many regular long-distance and international bus routes. Buses leave for more than 70 directions from the bus station of St. Petersburg. Bus routes connect St. Petersburg with the cities of the Leningrad region, Moscow, the cities of the Republic of Karelia, Novgorod and Pskov regions, the Stavropol Territory and other regions of Russia. You can also get on the bus to Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Belarus and other countries.
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Saint Petersburg transportation
Transport infrastructure of Saint Petersburg, railway stations and ports.
Interactive map of St. Petersburg metro with subway lines and stations location on the city map.
In most cases subway is the most fast convenient, safe and relatively cheap way to get around the city. On the interactive map identifies the location stations and lines Petersburg metro. The list of stations in the right of the menu map.
The "Pulkovo" St. Petersburg airport (Аэропорт Пулково) is located just south of the city, at a distance approximately 5 kilometers from the city. The airport serves internal and international air flights. In 2015, the airport handled 13.5 million passengers. (Airport ranks forth place among Russian airports by number of passengers, after the Sheremetyevo, Domodedovo and Vnukovo.)
Saint Petersburg is located on the shores of one of the largest rivers in the north-west Russia (Neva River). Quite natural that there are widely used opportunities of the Neva river as a transport line. You can arrive in St. Petersburg on riverboats or go from St. Petersburg on excursions to cities of northwestern Russia along rivers and canals by cruise ships. Through St.
Moskovsky railway station (Moskovsky voksal, Московский вокзал) is main railway station terminal of Saint Petersburg. It is located in the central part of St. Petersburg, near city main street “Nevsky Prospekt”, on the “Ploschad Vosstaniya” square.
"Ladozhsky" Railway Station (Ladozhskiy Voksal, Ладожский вокзал) is the last train station built in St. Petersburg. It was built in 2001 - 2003. "Ladozhsky" station serve part of the trains that before this was serviced on the "Moscovsky" railway station. Ladozhsky Railway Station is one of the largest and most technologically advanced stations in Europe.
“Vitebsky” railway station (Vitebsky voksal, Витебский вокзал) is the oldest railway station in Russia. It was built in 1837 for the first in Russia “Tsarskoselskaya” railway, which linked St. Petersburg and “Tsarskoe Selo”. At that time, it was called “Tsarskoselsky vokzal” railway station. Vitebsky Railway Station is one of the five existing stations in St. Petersburg now.
The station is located at a distance of approximately 1.8 kilometers south of the Nevsky Prospekt.
"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.