Below you’ll find a list of prices on extremely needed things for tourists in Saint Petersburg. Why we included a cap of cappuccino and even placed it on the top position? Well, it’s a nice start to a beautiful day in the city, especially when you’re sitting in a superb coffeeshop overlooking classicism buildings. So we think it’s also a good start for our list. Take you cup and study how much things cost in St. Petersburg (in rubles) in 2017.
Important note. For some points we have given approximate figures. An accurate figure depends on number of options and your status. For example, the Russian museum runs several buildings hosting different exhibitions, and you visit one of them or several, so the ticket price varies; and there is difference in charge for Russian residents (the Russians and the foreigners working or living here) and non-residents as well as it exists for children, students, pensioners, owners of ISIC cards and so on.
Regarding the routes from St. Petersburg to other countries, the cost of travel strongly depends on departure date and operating company, let alone that within a promoting campaign you can go for as little as half the normal price.
In some cases, when prices range is big enough we gave the most frequent variants.
Cappuccino cup 80 — 250, most common 150 rub.
Lunch at a fast food chain 200-300 rub.
McDonald’s hamburger around 70 rub.
Coca cola at a supermarket 0,5 L 60 rub.
Beer at pub 0,5 L 120-250 rub.
Double room at a 3 star mini hotel, city center:
high season around 6000 rub.
Room at a hostel 400-1000 rub.
One night at a short-term apartment, city center, high season around 5000 rub. (from 2900 till 5400)
(more information on accommodation prices in St. Petersburg read in our post here.
1 ride by tram, trolleybus, bus 40 rub.
1 ride by metro by token 45 rub.
Taxi 26-30 per 1 km, minimal price is 150-200 rub.
(more information on taxi fare in St. Petersburg read our post here).
Fast suburban train to Vyborg 331 rub.
Bus to Vyborg 250 rub.
Bus to Novgorod 380 — 460 rub.
Bus to Helsinki 900 – 2000 rub.
Bus to Tallinn 1300 — 2000 rub.
Bus to Riga 2145 — 2300 rub.
Bus to Vilnius 2300 — 3400 rub.
Sapsan train to Moscow 999 — 6500 rub.
Plane to Moscow from 1800 rub.
Excursions And Entertainments
City Sightseeing Tour 600 or 700 rub.
Ticket to the Hermitage 600 rub.
Ticket to the Russian museum about 300 (depends on many factors) rub.
Ticket to the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood 250 rub.
Ticket to the St. Isaac’s Cathedral 250 rub.
Ticket to the colonnade of the St. Isaac’s Cathedral 150 rub.
1 minute at a time cafe 3-4 rub.
1-hour boat excursion 600 rub.
Ticket to water park (1 adult) 1000 — 1500 rub.
Cinema ticket 200 – 600 (mainly around 400) rub.
Strolling through beautiful streets free
Watching raising bridges free
(more information on prices for entertainments in St. Petersburg read our post here).
Souvenirs And Accessories
Magnet for your fridge 100-150 rub.
Matryoshka 400-5000 rub.
Souvenir Russian Army-styled hat 500 rub.
Souvenir cup 200 rub.
Playing cards 100 rub.
Umbrella 200 rub.
Raincoat 100 rub.
More about souvenirs see here.
If you have any questions about St. Petersburg, ask us here