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Saint-Petersburg < HOW TO GET IN SAINT-PETERSBURG

 

 
 

Russian visa requirements are complex but should not be feared. Numerous visa services exist to help in this area. The visa is not required for 72 hours if you arrive to Saint-Petersburg by ferry.

 

By plane

Pulkovo Airport (IATA: LED) serves a wide variety of destinations both international and domestic. Terminal 1 serves domestic flights, selected international charter flights and low-cost airlines, while Terminal 2 is reserved for international connections. The airport is located approximately 17 kilometers south from the center. more  information >>>

By train

Saint-Petersburg is a major rail hub. The 6-hour train ride from Helsinki (Finland) is one of the most comfortable ways to reach the city. Trains also connect to destinations in the Baltics and Central Europe. Alternatively, you can head inland to Moscow. more  information >>>

By bus

The cheapest, although by no means the most comfortable way of reaching Saint Petersburg from neighboring countries are long distance buses. Buses from Belarus, Ukraine, Germany, Finland, the Baltic states and Scandinavia stop at the main bus station (Avtovokzal).

By boat

Summer cruises and ferry services from Helsinki, Finland and Tallinn, Estonia appear and disappear at irregular intervals, often at short notice. Check with Kristina Cruises if they're running this year. St. Peter line has started 72 hr visa free cruises from Helsinki to Saint-Petersburg in 2010.