Tallinn train station
Tallinn bus station
Lastekodu 46, Tallinn, Estonia
370 km
St. Petersburg
St. Petersburg train stations
Varshavskiy station
Obvodnogo Kanala emb., 118, St. Petersburg, Russia
Vitebskiy station
Ladozhskiy station
73, Zanevsky Prospekt, St. Petersburg, Russia, Saint Petersburg, Russia
Moskovsky station
85 Nevsky pr., 191086 , St. Petersburg, Russia
Finlyandsky station
5 Lenin Square, St. Petersburg, Russia
Baltiysky station
120, Nab. Obvodnogo Kanala, St. Petersburg, Russia, Saint Petersburg, Russia
St. Petersburg Bus Station
Obvodniy channel embankment, 36, St. Petesburg, Russia

Tallinn to St. Petersburg Train Information

Traveling by train is always a smart choice, especially when it comes to traveling by train in Russia, the biggest and one of the most beautiful countries in the world! And the Tallinn - St. Petersburg railway is a great example of why. The trains running from Tallinn to St. Petersburg are modern, fast, and safe. They offer several travel classes to choose from as well as excellent onboard amenities, including comfortable seats, ample legroom, and plenty of luggage space. Planning a trip is very easy as Tallinn to St. Petersburg trains boast an extensive timetable with 1 daily departure. What is more, the train stations are set in the city centers, unlike the remotely located airports, making it very easy to get around upon arrival.

Another convenient way to get between the cities is to take a bus, allowing not only to save money on tickets but to also take advantage of the opportunity to meet new people. Bus trips are more about socializing than just getting from point A to point B like it is with taking a plane. Traveling by bus has many advantages that make it a great choice for those who are on a budget or don't want to fly. Passengers are offered to take advantage of fast Wi-Fi connection, power sockets, and personal multimedia screens during the ride (only first-class cars on trains offer the same services for a much higher price). There are enough stops planned for the route, so travelers can stretch their legs and rest for a bit to ensure the best possible experience.