Flights to St. Petersburg
SAS offers highly competitive flight prices for our convenient routes from the US to St. Petersburg, Russia.
Our flights to St. Petersburg depart from New York Newark, Washington, Chicago and San Francisco with just one convenient stopover at Copenhagen or Stockholm Arlanda Airports.
Our modern Scandinavian hub airports have excellent facilities for a smooth transfer.
SAS has an outstanding track record for on-time arrivals, ensuring the best possible start and finish to your trip to St. Petersburg.
Comfort and convenience are key features of the SAS experience, enabling you to relax and arrive rested – ready to explore the outstanding beauty and many cultural sites of St. Petersburg.
For our transatlantic flights, we offer advance seat reservations, online and SMS text message check-in, an ample free baggage allowance, ergonomically designed 17”-wide seats, individual entertainment screens, a three-course meal with a complimentary drink and a meal beverage – and that’s just for our lowest-cost option in SAS Go. Upgrades to SAS Plus and SAS Business include a greater luggage allowance, access to Fast Track security lanes (where available), a wider seat with a laptop power outlet, superior meal service and more.
You can find our everyday low prices for flights to St. Petersburg on our website www.flysas.com/us. The prices are easy to understand and compare as SAS has no hidden fees. If your travel days are flexible, you can use the calendar view function to find the cheapest days for your departure and return flights. To receive emails with special offers and great deals for flights to St. Petersburg and our many other destinations, sign up for the SAS newsletter or become a member of our award-winning frequent flyer program EuroBonus. Book your SAS flight to St. Petersburg today.
St. Petersburg – Russia’s capital of culture
European elegance meets Eastern extravagance and mystique in historic St. Petersburg, the Imperial capital of Russia for 200 years. Built on a series of islands connected by over 500 bridges, the city boasts world-class ballet and opera, over 200 museums, and no less than 17 beautiful palaces. The dazzling Winter Palace is home to the State Hermitage Museum, with one of the world’s largest and most valuable collections of fine art. You will also find museums celebrating the city’s world-famous personalities, including writers Dostoyevsky, Pushkin and Nabokov.
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What's up in St Petersburg
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|The Hermitage |
St Petersburg's prime attraction, one of the world's great museums. Rembrandt, Da Vinci, Michelangelo, Rubens and more...There are guided tours in several languages. Finding one might prove to be an exhausting experience. First of all, do not to take up on any guided tour offers from someone outside the museum. Once you are inside, look for notices for tours in the language of your choice, then head to the tour office.
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All over town
There are blini stands all over town. Try Samovar on Gorokhovaya ulitsa 27, that is a good one. Most of them don't speak English, but that doesn't matter - just point to what you want to try. No stay in St. Petersburg is complete without eating a blini!
Voronezskaya Ul. 2
You never know what to expect on a weekdays at the Griboedov: poetry reading, live reggae or a DJ spinning psychedelic trance. The club is actually two: one above ground, Griboedov Hill, and one below in an old underground bomb shelter.