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I used the station for Allegro train to Helsinki and it a bit tricky to find the platform for this train. If it was not for one Russian lady who didnt speak English but saw I was wondering she directed me to the right platform...More
Boarding gate is opened half an hour before departing time. Small area to fit all passengers while waiting for the train to arrive at the station. Plus point for muslims - there is a cafe serving halal food just as you exit Metro station Ploshchad...More
We trecked across the river to visit the 'sealed train' in which Lenin arrived for the revolution. Yes it's still there, in its little enclosure, today's Russia clearly doesn't want to know. Went into the station - no signs anywhere. Went to the paltform barriers,...More
The station itself is slightly outdated. There are limited seating areas but more then enough ticket booths and automated machines on either side. Not overly exciting at all but we had to catch the train from here to Vyborg very recently. The large and imposing...More
We arrived at the station over an hour before the train departed and already all the seats were taken, which wasn't surprising given that there were about 20. Many people also put their bags next to them on seats... There is a vending machine in...More
It worked out well for us to use the Allegro line for our trip from St. Petersburg to Helsinki. The station itself was not attractive. The waiting area was small. There were a few vending machines and a small gift shop. It's not easy to...More
Even if you are not travelling to Finland, a visit should really be made to travel in the footsteps of Lenin. He returned to Russia via this station. Due to its history it has many paintings and mosaics to Lenin on the walls. The biggest...More