Saint Petersburg is the largest city by far on the Baltic Sea and one of the most approachable Russian cities. As the former capital of Imperial Russia, it contains history around every corner.
Saint Petersburg has the following passenger ferry ports. Click each for more information.
From Morskoy Vokzal (Морской вокзал) passenger terminal in Saint Petersburg, St. Peter Line has a bi-weekly ferry overnight to Tallinn, and 2-3 weekly ferries to Helsinki. St. Peter Line is the only regular commercial passenger ferry operating between Saint Petersburg and Europe. From Saint Petersburg, passengers need a Schengen visa to go to Helsinki or Tallinn. However, from Helsinki, passengers can visit Russia visa-free for 72 hours with St. Peter Line.
|To Helsinki||2-3x per Week||Search|
|To Tallinn (oneway; no connections in reverse)||Once every-other Week||Search|
Saint Peterburg's primary airport, serving many domestic and international routes.
Has local trains, as well as the train which connects to the airport bus. Connects to Baltiyskaya (Балти́йская) metro.
For trains to Finland, as well as Vyborg. Connects to Ploschad Lenina (Площадь Ленина) metro.
Primarily for trains to the North and East. Connects to Ladozhskaya (Ладожская) metro.
For trains to Moscow and many desinations beyond Moscow. Connects to Ploshchad Vosstaniya (Площадь Восстания) and Mayakovskaya (Маяковская) metros.
For some local trains, as well as many international European destinations. Connects to Pushkinskaya (Пушкинская) and Zvenigorodskaya (Звенигородская) metros.