St. Petersburg is a city on the Neva, wherefrom where thousands of tourists go every day. There are five railway stations: the Baltic, Vitebsk, Ladoga, Moscow and Finland stations.
The Baltic railway station accepts andsends only suburban trains, long-distance trains from here are not sent. Vitebsk railway station is the first in Russia. It sends long-distance messages to Ukraine, Moldova, Belarus, the Baltic States, Prague, Warsaw, Berlin. Inland flights are also operated: Kaliningrad, Pskov, Novgorod, Smolensk and others.
Tickets can be bought directly at the ticket officerailway stations. You can book them on the Internet, as well as buy in terminals that are equipped with all stations in St. Petersburg. It is better to do this in advance, as some routes, especially long-distance calls within the country, are in great demand, especially on weekends and before holidays.
Thus, it is possible to get from St. Petersburgpractically in any city of Russia, and also in the countries of near and far abroad. Trains are very comfortable and convenient, so you can safely travel without experiencing discomfort and inconvenience. Railway transport is considered the most reliable of all types of transport in Russia.