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You'll be picked up on-time, every time, or we will not only refund your transfer, we will also give you a $100 voucher to use for any future transfers.
Prices are fully inclusive of local taxes, tolls and gratuity, and cancellations are 100% refundable when at least 48 hours notice is provided
Every single one of our transfers is 100% carbon offset.
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The Pulkovo Airport is located in Pulkovo, Russia, which is 20 kilometers south of St. Petersburg. The third busiest airport in Russia, the Pulkovo Airport handles 72 airlines with over 134 nonstop flights to cities all over the world. Every week, the airport handles 1,554 domestic flights and 1,372 international flights, with over 11.2 million passengers using the airport in a year.
The Pulkovo Airport is the main airport serving Pulkovo, St. Petersburg and it is also the main international airport of Pskov, which is 247.79 kilometers from the airport. Though a domestic airport is serving Psok, the Pulkovo airport is the main access point of foreign passengers who want to reach the city.
The airport’s owner is the St. Petersburg City Administration and is operated by the Northern Capital Gateway since the year 2010. There are currently 2 massive runways, which are both made of asphalt surface.
The Pulkovo Airport was originally named Shosseynaya Airport, after the railway station located nearby. It was in 1932 that the first aircraft landed on the airstrip coming from Moscow. During the 2nd World War, it served as the front line of the Nazi siege at Leningrad. In 1948 and when the war ended, it resumed regular commercial flights for passengers. It was in 1973 that the airport was renamed Pulkovo.
Being one of the busiest airports in the entire country, Pulkovo Airport does not lack in any of the necessary facilities and amenities of an international airport.
There are two banks inside the passenger terminal, as well as ATM machines and a currency exchange unit. There are several good places to eat such as TGI Fridays, Shokolandica and many coffee shops. Cafes, bars and restaurants serve freshly made or packaged foods for those who need to eat before or after their flights.
Other facilities include the mother and child room at Terminal 1. A Baby Care Room is also located at Terminal 1 on the 2nd floor, which is sponsored by Chupa Chups. There’s a home theater with cartoon movies, a game area, trampoline, slide, a kitchen to reheat baby food and comfortable seating for adults.
Shopping at the Pulkovo Airport is also a great way to spend your time waiting. A Duty Free shop is available, with a wide selection of items on sale such as cosmetics, perfume, candy and even jewelry and fashion items. A mobile phone store is also available for those who need to buy a phone that they can use in the country. They also sell other electronics like digital cameras and the like.
For those who want a more comfortable and luxurious space to wait, the VIP and Business Lounges offer just that. There are office equipment inside the lounges, where you can engage in business or work in – all in an area that is private and separate from the passenger’s waiting area. Food, drinks and spirits are also served at the lounges. For those who need to do a quick and convenient meeting before or right after their flight, there are Conference Rooms available for rent, with arranged food catering.
Getting to and from the airport is a breeze at the Pulkovo Airport. For the budget traveler, there are two bus routes for public buses that pick up and bring passengers to the airport. There are also shuttle buses that take passengers to the different terminals of the airport. Taxi and car rentals are also available right outside the arrival hall.
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Getting to St. Petersburgbegins from either Pulkovo Airport or St. Petersburg Airport. Recognized as one of the most attractive cities in Russia and known as the Venice of the North, St. Petersburg is home to a well-preserved heritage of European culture dating back to a few centuries. Peter the Great founded this city in 1703 and since then became the site of many significant events of Russia’s history.
As a UNESCO World Heritage site, this former Russian capital is home to 36 historical landmarks and the careful preservation of the city’s architectural wonders is one of the reasons tourists flock to this city. The Hermitage, the world’s largest art museum, is located in St. Petersburg. Other notable buildings are the St. Isaac’s Cathedral and the Cabin of Peter the Great.
With the multitude of theaters, museums, art galleries and festivals being held throughout the year, St. Petersburg is an excellent destination for those who want to appreciate the European art and culture. Besides its cultural significance, St. Petersburg is also a major industrial and financial contributor to Russia’s economy. The commercial shipping industry is one of the largest players in the city’s business, followed by oil and gas, radio and electronics, mining and software and computers.