Got lost in the city or want to get some specific travel information about St Petersburg? Tourist info centers are what you should address.

There are several info desks, or actually well-equipped offices with professional assistance, around the city. In some of the places apart from getting free tourist materials, you can even have excursions. This relates to the centers located in some historical locations.

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Main office of City Tourist Information Bureau
Address: Sadovaya St. 14/52
Open: Mon-Sat 10 am — 7 pm

Office at Sennaya Square
Address: Sennaya Square 37
Open: Mon-Sat 10 am — 7 pm

Pavillion on Rastrelli Square
Address: Rastrelli Square 1a
Open: Mon-Fri 8:30 am – 4 pm
The pavilion is open from May to September

Pavilion at the Peter and Paul Fortress
Address: Alexandrovsky park 5 build. 1
Open: 10 am — 6 pm

Pavilion at Vosstaniya Square
Address: Ligovsky prospekt 10 build. 1
Open: 10 am — 7 pm

Pavilions at the Pulkovo airport
Address: Pulkovskoye Shosse 41, lit. 3A
Arrival area, exit no.1 and exit no.2
Open: 9 am — 8 pm

Pavilion on Dvortsovaya Square
Address: Dvortsovaya Square 1а
Open: 10 am — 7 pm

Pavilion in Marine Facade port
Address: Bereg Nevskoy guby V.O. 1
Open: 9 am — 6 pm (during the days of arrival and berthing of cruise liners)

Pavilion in the Outlet Village Pulkovo
Address: Pulkovskoe Shosse 60, build. 1
Open: Thu-Mon 10 am — 7 pm

Office on Millionnaya Street
Address: Millionnaya St. 25
Open: Mon–Thu 10 am – 7 pm; Fri 10 am – 6 pm

The aforementioned offices are official and they are easy to recognize by a special sign. If you are lost or want to get accurate information on this or that travel matter, you are highly recommended to visit one these places.

If you have some questions related to a trip to St Petersburg or want to book a guided tour, contact me directly. Also check a section with top sights to see in St Petersburg. Enjoy your trip!