Guide to Cruise Ports and Terminals
There are three facilities for cruise ships in St. Petersburg Russia. They are:
The first two facilities are located near the city centre.
The new Passenger Port of Saint Petersburg is a massive facility consisting of 7 berths and 4 cruise terminals. It is sometimes called the St. Peterburg's Sea Facade.
Visit the Passenger Port of Saint Petersburg website to determine where your cruise ship will be docked.
There is a bus stop situated at each of the four cruise terminals at the Passenger Port of Saint Petersburg.
Bus #158 departs every 30 minutes and travels to the nearest metro station which is called “Primorskaya” (“Приморская”). From there, you can travel anywhere you like.
Depending on your citizenship, independent travel in travel often requires a visa which must be obtained in your own country. Hence, many cruise passengers prefer taking tours organized by their cruiseline.
Taxi service is available at the port, however, traffic in St. Petersburg is often very busy.
There are many popular attractions in this beautiful city. They include the following:
Many visitors enjoying touring St. Petersburg on a canal boat.
Map of English Embankment Dock
Map of the Passenger Port of St. Petersburg
The official currency of Russia is the ruble.
The best time of year to visit St. Petersburg Russia is from May until September.
Average daily temperatures in celcius are as follows:
There is no Wifi available at the port.