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Where are the train stations in Saint Petersburg, and which destinations do they serve?
Posted by Andrew Glenister, Last modified by Aleksandra Kasaeva on 23 March 2017 10:53 AM

There are five major train stations in Saint Petersburg, all of which are easily accessible by the Metro. Each station serves a different direction, making turning up at the right station before you travel slightly easier. If you are worried that you may turn up at the wrong station, remember to check the English itinerary that Real Russia will have sent with your tickets; this will state your departure station on. Alternatively, you could book a transfer from your accommodation to the correct station, ensuring you will arrive at the correct place, in plenty of time.

The Russian translation for both the station name and its nearest Metro have been included to help when navigating in Saint Petersburg.

 

 

Station

Moskovsky Station

Translation

Московский

Serves

Moscow, far north, Central Asia, Crimea and the Caucasus region

Address

85 Nevsky Av.

Phone

(812) 457-4428

Metro

Ploshchad Vosstaniya or Mayakovskaya

Translation

Площадь Восстания/ Маяковская



Station

Finlyandsky Station

Translation

Финландский

Serves

Helsinki and other destinations in the north west

Address

5 Lenin Square

Phone

(812) 436-6746

Metro

Ploschad Lenina

Translation

Площадь Ленина



Station

Baltiysky Station

Translation

Балтийский

Serves

Local and suburban services

Address

120 Nab. Obvodnogo Kanala

Phone

(812) 457-2859

Metro

Baltiskaya

Translation

Балтийская



Station

Vitebsky Station

Translation

Витебский

Serves

Poland, Belarus, Ukraine and Odessa

Address

32 Zagorodny Av.

Phone

(812) 457-5939

Metro

Pushkinskaya

Translation

Пушкинская



Station

Ladozhsky Station

Translation

Ла́дожский

Serves

Murmansk, Volgoda and Yekaterinburg

Address

73 Zanevsky Pr.

Phone

(812) 436-5310

Metro

Ladozhskaya

Translation

Лáдожская

 

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