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1. Difficult to find the station.
2. Once we went there we discovered they wouldn't let us enter without prior permission. Though it was opened and fully empty they would not let us enter. As usual no one knew English there and it...More
The stations are absolutely beautiful and so clean you could do surgery there! Admiralteyskaya station was on our tour itinerary and I'm so glad we got to see it. Everything is so unbelievably pristine -- even the train cars that appear to have been built...More
Really glad Denrus tours included the metro in out 2 day tour last weekend. It was stunningly beautiful. Well worth the visit but beware of pickpockets. Usual trick is some sort of commotion so you can be jostled. Avoid contact. We had no problems at...More
The system is similar to that of Moscow and very convenient to use, though any lack of knowledge of Russian is a problem because signs are in Russian and if you get lost few people can help, though St Petersburg metro are easier than that...More
Not that difficult to find, but the leak of signs make it a challenge, once you are inside the hall you have to find the "ticket office" (well hidden behind a pillar in the left inner corner at the windows, that is tricky, and you...More
Fotos of the Metro stations, full scale model of a Metro "cab" with driver, lots of machine parts, etc, technical info, commemorative china, documents, and a short animated film for kids. Don't try to visit on your own - it seems to be open only...More