Flights to Saint Petersburg (RU)

St. Petersburg, the “Venice of the North”, is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. The city was designed by Peter the Great and was the centre of Russian culture and this is still reflected today throughout the city. Pulkovo Airport is St. Petersburg's main airport and supports a large number of domestic flights, as well as connections to North America, Europe and Asia. The first stop for many visitors is the famous Winter Palace, which is also home to the Heritage Museum. This museum is one of the finest in the world, with works from many of the world's masters. The Russian Museum is also a worthy stop, offering an interesting glimpse into Russian culture with vast displays of art and sculptures. In the evening, be sure to visit the bridges on the Neva. These gorgeous bridges offer beautiful views of the city and simply shimmer in the evening. Of course St. Petersburg offers plenty of first class accommodations and fine dining establishments throughout the city.

Russia is the largest country in the world by land mass and is one of the most influential and historical countries in the world. The country's vastness makes it rather difficult to see the entire country, but many visit large cities such as St. Petersburg and Moscow and the surrounding areas. These cities are important international areas of commerce and trade and are regularly visited by tourists and business travellers alike. Of course there is a wealth of history to explore as well, which is well illustrated through countless museums, historical sites and cultural centres throughout the country.
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Places of interest

  • Kazan Cathedral
  • Winter Palace
  • Alexander Nevsky Bridge
  • Palace Square
  • Alexander Column

More info about your Saint Petersburg city trip

  • Saint Petersburg Tourist Information
  • Bol. Morskaya ulitsa 7
  • Saint Petersburg
  • Tel. (+7) 911 21 74 59 8

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1. London-St. Petersburg
09/02 - 16/02/2017 London-St. Petersburg Swiss International Air Lines
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19/11 - 15/01/2017 Birmingham-St. Petersburg Multiple Carriers
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3. London-Saint Petersburg
09/02 - 17/02/2017 London-Saint Petersburg Aeroflot
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Saint Petersburg is quite cold in the winter, and the temperatures in the summer tend to be in the high teens and low twenties. Layers, including a jacket or light coat, are good to bring on a summer visit. The spring and fall are cool and may require a medium weight coat and gloves. A heavy coat, scarf, hat, mittens or gloves, and waterproof boots with low heels and good traction are necessary in the colder months. The streets of St. Petersburg can be icy during the winter.


Saint Petersburg has a vast selection of traditional markets, modern high streets, and shopping malls. Gostiny Dvor, built in the 1700s, is Saint Petersburg’s oldest market. The Apraksin Market is another traditional market, and it’s less expensive. Nevsky Prospekt is the high street, complete with designer outlets and high end local shops. Passazh is a luxury mall with exclusive boutiques. St. Isaacs Cathedral Square and the market behind the Church of the Savior by Griboedova Canal have souvenir shops and stalls.


The popularity of classic Russian, Soviet, Georgian, Ukrainian and Caucasian food give Saint Petersburg’s fine restaurants and casual cafes a truly unique character. The bliny, a local style of filled pancake, makes an excellent breakfast or lunch. Of course, all of the usual ethnic cuisines are available, too.


Saint Petersburg has a thriving club scene, a wealth of cosy pubs and bars, and an incredible variety of live music, from ultra modern electronica to jazz and classical. The dance clubs are warm and lively retreats in the cold winter months. During the summer, many of the clubs close and the nightlife moves outdoors. June, when the nights are never completely dark, is dominated by the White Nights street festival. Of course, visitors looking for a more sedate night out may wish to buy tickets to the ballet or the opera.

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