The Moscow railway station in St. Petersburg is located in the city center, near the metro station Ploshchad Vosstaniya. Most of the trains come here. The station is one of the five largest stations in Russia, being the third largest in terms of passenger traffic. The first route, carried out from the station, was in 1851. Now high-speed SAPSAN trains, double-decker trains and many others depart from here. On average, about 15 thousand passengers leave the station every day. A similar station is in Moscow — Leningradsky railway station, which is designed for the same project. Free Wi-Fi is available for all visitors.
Basically, the trains go to the northern and eastern directions. Being the youngest railway station in the city, it serves up to 50 suburban trains and 30 long-distance trains. Passengers can use a set of different services. From Ladozhsky railway station you can go to Adler, Anapa, Nizhny Tagil, Novosibirsk, Murmansk, Arkhangelsk, Barnaul, Tyumen, Chelyabinsk, Ekaterinburg, Vologda, Astana, Petrozavodsk and many other cities. Free Wi-Fi is available for all visitors.
Vitebsky railway station is first build railway station in Russia. It was built in 1837. The first route was from St. Petersburg to Tsarskoe Selo. Today the station is equipped with everything necessary to make it easy for people to go on a long journey. Every hour about one thousand people visit the station. From here people can travel to such cities as Budapest, Berlin, Warsaw, Prague, Kiev, Minsk, Riga, Kaliningrad, Veliky Novgorod, Pskov and Smolensk. Free Wi-Fi is available for all visitors.
Finlyandsky railway station was built in 1870 for connection with the Riihimäki railway. In 1917 Vladimir Lenin returned from exile here, a monument to him was erected near the station in 1926. Now suburban trains leave for the station in the northern directions, and high-speed Allegro trains leave for Helsinki. Free Wi-Fi is available for all visitors.