Transport accessibility



Airport Pulkovo:

The airport code is LED and it is the fourth busiest airport in Russia (16 125 520 passengers in 2018) and is located 23 kilometers away from the city center.

Today 72 airlines operate in the airport (49 international and 23 national) to 168 directions (104 international and 64 domestic):

• operates 155 routes flights for 72 airlines
• in 2013 new terminal was opened
• the new terminal’s capacity is 18 000 000 passengers per year



Airport infrastructure:

88 check-in counters
7 baggage carousels
110 passport control booths
60 lifts
16 boarding bridges
24 escalators
VIP service / Business lounge



Recommended sites for buying air tickets:





The brand-new modern passenger seaport «Marine Fasade» and the river port make access to St. Petersburg more convenient. City guests may travel from Helsinki, Stockholm and Tallinn by ship or ferry. In case of arrival in St.Petersburg by sea, tourist groups will have a visa free entry and 72-hour stay.




It is easy and fast to reach St. Petersburg from Europe by a high-speed train «Allegro», a high-speed train «Sapsan» can bring you from Moscow. It takes about 4 hours to get to the city from Helsinki as well as from Moscow.



Buses, trolleybuses and trams:

A comparatively low price (for 1 person — 40 rubles)

Night buses are going along the Saint Petersburg metro lines

Ground public transport operates from 6:00 to 24:00




Easy access to main museums and monuments

A few minutes’ walk from Congress hotels

A magnificent work of art

The St Petersburg Metro is one of the most beautiful underground railway systems in the world

Working hours from 5:45 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Price fare – 45 rubles




Uber (Yandex) services starts from 5 €

Official city taxi with English-speaking drivers