How to get to St. Petersburg by bus
St. Petersburg bus station is located on the Obvodny Canal, in the city center. It started to function in 1963. The very first buses went to the Estonian capital - Tallinn. In the 1960s, about 20 buses passed in an hour. Passengers could use the services of a telegraph or mail.Читать нас в Яндекс.Новостях
In 2003, on the occasion of St. Petersburg's 300th anniversary, the building was restored and upgraded. Today, the bus station is a modern transport station complex. Buses from Russian cities and different countries arrive here.
All necessary safety measures are provided at the bus station. There are 9 departure platforms and 4 arrival platforms, which are designed so that passengers feel as comfortable as possible. You can buy a ticket at any of the six ticket offices or online.
There is a reference terminal on the territory of the bus station - it is a special machine with touch control. Any question can be clarified here.
Need to leave your luggage? There is a special left-luggage office. Would like to have a snack? There is a cafe with a variety of dishes. Need some medications for the trip? In the pharmacy kiosk you will find what you need. And a payment reception center has been organized to pay for everything you need and not to worry while you travel.
Before the run, drivers undergo a medical examination to make your trip excellent. If you need help, then the paramedic is ready to offer his services.
How long does it take for a bus to get to Petersburg? For example, from Prague you can get here in 28 hours, and from Vytegra - in 9 hours. Every day, the bus station receives about 3,500 passengers. The bus service is organized in 70 directions: to Minsk, Pskov, Riga, Gdov, Ivangorod, Slantsy, Petrozavodsk, to Staraya Russa, Tver, etc. The bus schedule to St. Petersburg is on the station's official website. Have a safe trip!
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