How to Get from St Petersburg City Center to Pulkovo Airport and Other Destinations
The center of Petersburg is what most tourists strive to see when they come here. A large variety of sights made St Petersburg historic center a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In order to get from here to Pulkovo Airport, travelers use public transport, a cab, or a private transfer. Besides, they take excursions to the suburbs such as Peterhof, Pushkin, Kronstadt, and others which are also magnificent.
Taxi from St Petersburg City Center
It is not difficult to book a cab here - one can do that by phone, online, or take one at a rank. The average cost of a taxi from St Petersburg city center to the airport is €8.6-10, to Peterhof - €14.3-15.7, to Pushkin - €11.4-12.9. At night, rates may increase.
As there are plenty of such services in the city, we recommend you to compare them before the trip, as some of them may offer good discounts for booking a car online.
Transfer from St Petersburg City Center
If you don’t like adjusting to public transport timetables and want to plan your journey beforehand, a Kiwitaxi transfer is a good option for you.
Once an order is made, the transfer price will remain fixed. Thus, a transfer from St Petersburg city center to Pulkovo Airport for 4 passengers will cost €17, to Peterhof - €24, and to Pushkin - €23. The driver will meet you at your hotel and get you to your destination fast and with comfort. A transfer may be booked online on our website. Our customer support service is available 24/7.
Public transport from St Petersburg City Center
In order to reach the air hub, one can take only a share taxi or a bus. Thus, you may use the bus №39 or the share taxi №K39 which run from Moskovskaya metro station. Their travel time is 20-25 minutes. Besides, you may take the bus №13 or the share taxis №K3 and K113. The fare is around €0.6 plus baggage fee. The only mode of transport running to Pulkovo at night is the shuttle №K800. Its ticket costs €0.7-2.9.
One of the most popular routes from here is to Peterhof. In order to reach it, one can use a commuter train, a share taxi, a bus, a motor ship, or even a helicopter.
This district is rich in various rivers and channels. Besides, one can find a huge amount of sights here (the Palace Square, the State Hermitage Museum, the Alexander Column, St Isaac’s and Kazan Cathedrals, etc). Also, everyone should take a stroll along Nevsky Prospect which is crowded all the time. Even at night one can meet plenty of youth here.