Zagorodnyy Prospekt, 52, St. Petesburg, Russia
Although mesmerizing Saint Petersburg boasts 5 major train stations, Vitebsky railway station stands out among them all as it boasts unparalleled historical heritage. It's the oldest station not only in St. Petersburg but in the whole country! The first building was opened back in 1837, however, since then, the complex lived through several renovations. Nowadays, the station is housed in an early 20th-century building and is listed as Russia's cultural heritage site. Despite the impressive age, Vitebsky station complex is modern and well-equipped. Inside, you can find comfortable waiting rooms, luggage storage facilities, information points, restrooms, ATMs, as well as various shopping and dining facilities.



Commonly Asked Questions About Vitebsky Rail Station


Where is Vitebsky train station located in Saint Petersburg?

The station is very easy to find as well as very easy to reach via public transport. It is set right in the city center on the eponymous square, not far from such striking landmarks of Saint Petersburg as the Mariinsky Theatre and Nikolo-Bogoyavlenskiy Morskoy Sobor. The easiest way to travel there is by taking a subway train, Vitebsky Station is located nearby the Pushkinskaya station.


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