We are able to provide a transfer from / to the Moskovsky Train Station, Ladozhsky Train Station and Finlyandsky Train Station. Book economy comfort, minivan, executive, or luxury class cars and enjoy fixed fares. Taxi and transfer service is covering the Central, Admiralteysky and Moskovsky District of Saint Petersburg, Petrogradsky and Vasilyevsky Island.
We will gladly offer "Meet-and-Greet" service at the platform near the train at no extra cost. Don't forget to send us your vagon number and our driver will be waiting for you with the name sign.
20 € - Economy
Renault Logan, Ford Focus or similar
25 € - Comfort (SUV)
SUV, Kodiaq, Pathfinder or similar
45 € - Minivan (minibus)
VW, Peugeot minibus or similar
55 € - Executive (Mercedes S Class)
Mercedes S-class, BMW7 or similar
If you are traveling by train, there are 5 railway stations in St. Petersburg: Moskovsky, Ladozhsky, Vitebsky, Finlyandsky, and Baltiysky. They are part of the NorthWest regional Directorate of railway stations of JSC "Russian Railways". All stations in St. Petersburg, except Ladozhsky, are located near the city center.
Most long-distance trains arrive at Moskovsky train station. It is located in the city center, on Nevsky Prospekt and Vosstaniya Square. The first Russian high-speed train "Sapsan" arrives there from Moscow. The train cars are very comfortable, the design of the train fully corresponds to the European ICE. The train is named after the fastest bird in the world — the peregrine falcon, which can reach speeds of more than 300 km/h.
They are part of the North-West regional Directorate of railway stations of JSC "Russian Railways".
Moskovsky (before 1924 — Nikolayevsky, before 1930 — Oktyabrsky) is the passenger terminal of the Saint Petersburg (Glavny) railway station. It is located at 85, Nevsky Ave. , Saint Petersburg.
Finlandsky is the passenger terminal of Saint Petersburg and one of the five active stations in Saint Petersburg. Located at the address: Lenin square, 6.
Saint Petersburg - Ladozhsky is the passenger terminal of the Dacha Dolgorukova railway station of the Saint Petersburg railway junction. The most modern of the five operating railway stations in Saint Petersburg, opened in 2003 with the purpose of unloading the Moscow and Finland stations. The only station in the city with through train traffic. Located in Krasnogvardeysky district at 73, Zanevsky Prospekt near the "Ladozhskaya" metro station.
Baltiysky passenger terminal is one of the railway stations in Saint Petersburg. Located on the territory of the Admiralteysky district on the square of the Baltic railway station at the address: embankment of the Obvodny canal, 120.
Vitebsky (formerly Tsarskoselsky, then Detskoselsky) is the passenger terminal of the Saint Petersburg-Vitebsk station. It is located at 52, Zagorodny Prospekt.