You can find on this page the St Petersburg streets map to print and to download in PDF. The St Petersburg roads map presents the road network, main roads, routes and motorways of St Petersburg in Russia.
The St Petersburg streets map shows all street network and main roads of St Petersburg. This streets map of St Petersburg will allow you to find your routes through the streets of St Petersburg in Russia. The St Petersburg streets map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
St Petersburg has numerous charming side streets in the historic centre as its mentioned in St Petersburg streets map, representing a more intimate and informal side of the city. On these streets, many of Russia most famous statesmen, scientists and cultural figures lived and worked, and these street guides give you the opportunity to walk in their footsteps.
John Lennon Street, this street cannot be found on the maps, though for the fans of The Beatles it is not a secret where to look for it. If you get a chance to visit art centre Pushkinskaya 10, the oldest street art point in St Petersburg, you will find it behind two doors. While Malaya Sadovaya street, From the first glance Malaya Sadovaya seems to be just another cozy walking street with coffee shops and European charm street lamps as you can see in St Petersburg streets map. Malaya Sadovaya deserved its popularity among youngsters, street musician and dancers and tourists for a reason.
Pravdy Street, this street is not frequented by tourists as it is situated 5 minutes away from Nevsky as its shown in St Petersburg streets map, while locals truly love for its quietness and coziness. Apart from being a walking street, it encaves some very curious items of art and architecture. Malaya Konyushennaya Street had become the first pedestrian street of St Petersburg. It is a street with literature related past and bright and festive present. Rubinstein, Belinskogo & Dumskaya Streets, these three sisters are not twins, but they have quite a lot in common. You come here for a certain type of bread and circuses. All three are famous for its bubbly atmosphere and its tenants: restaurants, lounges and bars.
The St Petersburg roads map shows all road network and highways of St Petersburg. This roads map of St Petersburg will allow you to find your routes through the roads and motorways of St Petersburg in Russia. The St Petersburg roads map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
St Petersburg Ring Road (Russian: Санкт-Петербу́ргская кольцева́я автодоро́га) is a ring road currently under ongoing construction in St Petersburg, which encircles the city as its mentioned in St Petersburg roads map. It will, when completed, be the first beltway around the city. The St Petersburg ring road includes Big Obukhovsky Bridge (the only non-raising road bridge across the main River Neva). The Southern half of the ring road is, at present, under continuing construction.
“Western High Speed Diameter” (Западный скоростной диаметр, ЗСД) is toll highway that runs along the western edge of St Petersburg. The road allows the vehicle to move quickly, avoiding traffic jams, between the districts of St Petersburg, located in the city center as its shown in St Petersburg roads map (including Vasilyevsky Island), north-west and south-west of the city. Highway “Western High Speed Diameter” has a length about 46 kilometers. Approximately half of the road runs not on the ground, but on specially constructed structures (overpasses, bridges, viaducts and tunnels). Western highway allows drivers to move quickly out of the city center towards the south-west or north-west of St Petersburg (and further in the direction of Finland). However, most of the city residents can not afford to regularly use the toll road.
St Petersburg has an extensive system of local roads and railway services as you can see in St Petersburg roads map. Traffic jams are common in St Petersburg, because of high daily traffic volumes between the commuter boroughs and the city centre, intercity traffic, and at times excessive snow in winter. The construction of the Saint Petersburg Ring Road was finished in 2011.