Our phone in Saint-Petersburg (Russia):
+7–812–309–5760

St. Petersburg train stations

Russian Train Tickets
Departure city: The length of the field must be between 1 and 35 characters Unknown station
Arrival city: The length of the field must be between 1 and 35 characters Arrival city coincides with the point of departure Unknown station
Departure date: The field must be filled
Return date: The field must be filled
Currency:
Close

The trains in St. Petersburg depart from 4 train stations

Moskovsky

Moskovsky

  • 2 Vosstaniya Sq.
  • 8 (800) 775-00-00
  • Ploshchad Vosstaniya 1
Moscow railway station is the main train terminal of St. Petersburg. It is located right in the center of the city, on Vosstaniya Square. The nearest metro stations are Ploshad Vosstaniya (the red line) and Mayakovskaya (the green line). The terminal serves the following directions: Moscow, North of Russia, the Urals, South of Russia, Novgorod, Central Asia, Caucasus and Crimea. The Moscow train station in St. Petersburg was built in 1851 by architect Konstantin Thon under decree of Nicholas I of Russia.
Hide info Show info
Vitebsky

Vitebsky

  • 52 Zagorodny Ave.
  • 8 (800) 775-00-00
  • Pushkinskaya 1
Vitebsky railway station is located near Pushkinskaya metro station (the red line). The trains directions include South-West Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Central Europe and St. Petersburg suburbs such as Pushkin and Pavlovsk. Vitebsky rail terminal was constructed by architect Konstantin Thon and was opened in the presence of Nicholas I of Russia on 30 October 1837. Initially the station was named the Tsarskoe Selo Station. A replica of the first Russian train that departed from the platform of the station for the imperial residence at Tsarskoe Selo may be seen as a permanent exhibit at the modern Vitebsky railway station.
Hide info Show info
Ladozhsky

Ladozhsky

  • 73 Zanevsky Ave.
  • 8 (800) 775-00-00
  • Ladozhskaya 4
Ladozhsky railway station is the newest and the most modern train terminal of St. Petersburg located on the east bank of the Neva River, near Ladozhskaya metro station (the orange line). The Ladozhsky rail terminal was opened in 2003 for the 300th anniversary of the founding of St. Petersburg. The station serves Northern Russia, Urals, Kazakhstan and Finland.
Hide info Show info
Finland

Finland

  • 6 Lenina Sq.
  • 8 (800) 775-00-00
  • Ploshchad Lenina 1
Finland railway station is located next to the Ploshchad Lenina metro station. The terminal is historically interesting. In 1917 before the October Revolution Vladimir Lenin arrived at the station and gave a historic speech from an armored car. The station operate local directions such as Vyborg, Repino and  Zelenogorsk. The high-speed Russian-Finnish train Allegro also departs from this station.
Hide info Show info