Travelling to St. Petersburg and around
St. Petersburg is a very European city and English is well spoken. Road signs are in Russian and very often in English as well.
Travelling by air
Many international airlines fly to St. Petersburg: Lufthansa, Swiss, Emirates and KLM. The international airport is called Pulkovo and is situated just south of the city.
If there are deletages who travel as a group, the conference organisers can help find travel and accommodation.
To and from the airport
From the airport the
bus 39 goes every 10 to 15 min. to the station Moskovskaya.
From here the Metro takes you straight to the city centre. (39Ex and K39 also runs between the airport and Moskovskaya)
You can also use taxi.
The State Museum of the History of Religion
Pochtamtskaya Ulitsa 14
Check out map of St. Petersburg city centre
Getting around St. Petersburg
There are many options with Metro. There are several metro lines, M1, M2 etc. up to M5. It's easy to use - beware that they get busy during rush hour.
Apart from the Metro, you can use bus, train, tram or taxi. Check out public transport in St. Petersburg.