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Saint-Petersburg: Arrival & Departure

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There are two main bus stations in St. Petersburg: Avtovokzal and Eurolines bus station.

Avtovokzal serves mostly cities to the south, east, including Moscow, Novgorod, Pskov, Finland and the Baltics. Address: 36, Naberezhnaya Obvodnogo Kanala, Metro: Ligovsky Prospect.

Eurolines bus station serves Germany and Baltic countries. Address: 10, Shkapina street; Ticket sales: at the Baltiyskiy railway station square. Buses Eurolines desk at the Central Agency for Air Travel, 7, Nevskiy prospect.

Another option is to take an express bus maintaining by one of the operators of scheduled coach service.


  • "Finnord". Address: 37, Italyanskaya Street, Metro: Gostinyi Dvor.
  • "Sovavto". Address: 1, Pobedy square, Metro: Moskovskaya.

Buses also run from Pulkovskaya Hotel, Astoria, Grand Hotel Europe.


  • "Baltic-Tour". Address: 35, Furshtatskaya Street, office 20, Metro: Chernyshevskaya.
  • "Gelikon". Address: 486, Furshtatskaya Street, ?etro: Chernyshevskaya.
  • "Raihert-Piter". Address: 50, Furshtatskaya Street, Metro: Chernyshevskaya.

Luggage pieces under 25kg of total weight are allowed per person on Baltic lines, 50 kg - on German lines). Hand luggage under 5 kg can be taken inside the coach. The size of luggage piece should not be more than 200 cm in sum of 3 dimensions (100 x 60 x 40 cm). Note! The Russian customs authorities collect customs duty for luggage in excess of 50 kg.

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