The places you arrive to when visiting your pretty Russian bride in St. Petersburg

Russian bride in St. Petersburg Saint-Petersburg – the Northern capital of Russia! It is considered to be historical, architectural and cultural centre of this great country! It is one of the most beautiful and romantic cities in the world and is usually called “The Northern Venice”. Even if you have everything arranged for your romantic journey to your magnificent Russian mail order bride, you should know more the places you will see first when coming to St. Petersburg: airports and railway station.

There are two airports in St. Petersburg with one name, but different numbers: Pulkovo 1 and 2. At first only one of them was international – Pulkovo 2, and Pulkovo 1 was used for domestic services. But after the renovation both of them have the status of international.  They are situated to the South from the city. There are several ways to get to St. Petersburg from the airports. By car, taxi or bus you along the highways can be the most convenient ways, but they are usually clogged during the rush hours. So the quickest way is the metro. Both airports are and connected to Moskovskaya metro station and you can get there by bus or marshrutka. Moreover it is much cheaper.

Your plane or train arrived earlier… there was an accident… your sweet Russian lady got into bunching and she cannot meet you at the airport or railway station. You should always be ready to such accidental turns of your romantic trip. For such cases you should have your mail order bride’s phone number, know the hotel or your apartments address and be acquainted with the airport or railway station you are coming to.

So now we are talking about the arrival to St. Petersburg on train. There are four international railway stations: Baltiskiy Vokzal, Vitebskiy Vokzal, Ladozhskiy Vokzal and Moskovskiy Vokzal. The majority of international trains come to the last one – Moskovskiy Vokzal. It is situated in the centre of the city and from there you can get to two different metro stations. Baltiskiy Vokzal accepts trains from the Baltic States, but some of them arrive to the Vitebskiy Vokzal. These railway stations are also connected with the metro. Ladozhskiy Vokzalis the “youngest” one and there comes the trains from Northern routs and Finland and it has access to the orange line of St. Petersburg’s metro.

You should always have the B-plan. There is a great number of unpredictable circumstances which you could forget to take into account. So you’d better to think over all the possibilities and to prepare alternative ways out.

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