Getting into town: To get into the city centre you can take Bus №39 (40Rbl) or mini-bus (marshrutka) №39 (45Rbl) to Moskovskaya Metro Station (seven stops – it will take 15-25 minutes depending on traffic) and then take the metro into town (another seven stops in the metro – about 15-20 minutes). Once you are in the metro system you can get to most parts of town quickly. Keep you eyes open for maps of the metro system if you need to find a particular station.
If you choose to take a taxi, beware of the airport taxi drivers! They are notorious for overcharging, asking 2000Rbl and up for the 23-km ride to the city centre. Always agree on a fare before getting in, keeping in mind that a reasonable price shouldn't exceed 800-1500Rbl. Theoretically, this price has been fixed and there should be a small stall to the right of the exit where a man with a clipboard will write down your destination and put you in a queue for the next available driver.
Facilities for disabled
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Right on the way to and from the airport Pulkovo on Moskovsky Prospekt. There are more than 170 shops, many cafes, the “Joki Joya” entertainment center, a cinema and much more so it’s not just a place for shopping, but also a place for you to spend your
Crowne Plaza St. Petersburg Airport
Startovaya ul. 6 bldg. A
Situated close to the Pulkovo airport, this is the city's first airport hotel. A modern design on the building's facade includes quirky windows in the guest rooms, design