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St. Petersburg train stations

The trains in St. Petersburg depart from 5 train stations

Moskovsky station

Moskovsky station

  • 2 Vosstaniya Sq.
  • Ploshchad Vosstaniya
  • 8 (800) 775-00-00
Moskovsky railway station in St. Petersburg is the third largest in Russia in terms of passenger traffic. Most of the trains run between St. Petersburg and Moscow. The first passenger train departed to Moscow on November 1, 1851. The train schedule of the Moscow railway station includes high-speed Sapsans. Leningradsky railway station in Moscow and Moscowsky railway station in St. Petersburg are twins. They were built by one project of architect K.Ton and both in 1855 were called Nikolaevsky. Since 1930 the station is called Moskovsky.
Vitebsky station

Vitebsky station

  • 52 Zagorodny Ave.
  • Pushkinskaya
  • 8 (800) 775-00-00
Vitebsky is the very first train station in Russia. The first one-storey wooden building was erected in 1837 for the first in Russia railway, which connected St. Petersburg and Tsarskoe Selo. The modern building of the station was built in 1904 in the Art Nouveau style. Every day 14 pairs of long-distance trains depart from Vitebsky rail station to cities of Russia, CIS countries and Europe. Trains follow the Baltic countries, Berlin and Budapest, Warsaw and Prague, Adler and Smolensk, Kiev and Lviv, Gomel and Chisinau, Riga and Vilnius.
Ladozhsky  station

Ladozhsky station

  • 73 Zanevsky Ave.
  • Ladozhskaya
  • 8 (800) 775-00-00
Ladozhsky Train Station services trains departing to the north and east of Russia. Trains depart from here depart to Helsinki and Murmansk, Vorkuta and Karaganda, Tyumen and Chelyabinsk, Vologda and Arkhangelsk, and also to some cities of a southern direction. From the level of the ground lobby of the metro station to the long distance trains, you need to climb up the escalator.
Finland station

Finland station

  • 6 Lenina Sq.
  • Ploshchad Lenina
  • 8 (800) 775-00-00
Finlyandsky railway station serves the northern suburban directions, and high-speed trains to Helsinki depart from here also. The metro station is located directly in the station building and allows passengers to quickly and comfortably reach any point of Saint Petersburg. On the square near the station, since 1926 there is a monument to Lenin - and this is not accidental. It was here that Lenin returned from exile in 1917 and called from an armored car to a socialist revolution.
Baltijsky station

Baltijsky station

  • 120 Obvodnogo kanala emb.
  • Baltiyskaya
  • 8 (800) 775-00-00
The Baltic Station of St. Petersburg is one of the largest stations in the country in terms of the number of people transported within the suburban traffic. Every hour, the service of this terminal is used by 2800 passengers. The train schedule of the Baltic Station includes only the southern direction from the metropolis, and is designed to provide transportation of people from the Leningrad Region to the center. Thousands of workers and employees living in the district use this daily. The only interregional train departing from the Baltic Station is the day express train "Lastochka" to Pskov.

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