You can find on this page the St Petersburg transport map to print and to download in PDF. The St Petersburg transportation map presents the transports network and transport zones of the transit of St Petersburg in Russia.
The St Petersburg transport map shows all means of transportation in St Petersburg. This transports map of St Petersburg will allow you to move easily with public transport of St Petersburg in Russia. The St Petersburg transportation map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
The first Russian railway was built here in 1837, and since then St Petersburg transport infrastructure has continued to develop and keep pace with the growth of the city. St Petersburg has an extensive system of local roads and railway services, maintains a large public transport system that includes the St Petersburg tram and the St Petersburg Metro, and is home to a number of riverine services that convey passengers around the city efficiently and in relative comfort.
Although for locals car ownership is a highly desirable sign of success and social status, St Petersburg public transport network is actually extensive and efficient, if often overcrowded. Overground St Petersburg transport is bewilderingly varied, but not difficult to use with the help of a few pointers (see individual pages below), and St Petersburg latest transport project means that you can even use the city waterways to get around (see St Petersburg transports map).
The only real disadvantage of the public transport system in St Petersburg is the lack of nighttime services, so if you plan to stay out after midnight, you will have to rely on taxis or your own two feet to get home. Fares for all forms of St Petersburg public transport are comparatively low (around $1 or less for any single journey), but if you are staying in the city for longer than a week, it is probably worth investing in a travel card (see St Petersburg transports map for details).