Getting to Vyborg
Vyborg is well connected to the Russian and international road and rail network, providing easy access:
- by bus https://bus.tutu.ru/расписание_автобусов/Санкт-Петербург/Выборг/
- by commuter train https://www.tutu.ru/spb/rasp.php?st1=20600&st2=42905&date=01.08.2020
- by sleeper train “Lev Tolstoy” www.tutu.ru
- by Allegro train www.vr.fi
- by bus https://bus.sovavto.ru/ , https://ecolines.net/ru/ru/bus/vyborg-helsinki%28avtovokzal%29
It is about 60 km to Lappeenranta airport (Finland) - www.ryanair.com.
A Highway “Scandinavia” – the main federal road linking the North-West of Russia with Finland and other Scandinavian countries. From St. Petersburg via Vyborg it leads to the border and is a part of European route E-18. This is one of the busiest roads in the region; it runs more than 40,000 passenger cars and trucks per day.
In 2010 between St. Petersburg and Helsinki was opened a regular movement of high-speed passenger train “Allegro”, which follows through Vyborg.
On the occasion of the first voyage of the “Allegro” at the railway station in Vyborg, was held a meeting of Vladimir Putin, on that moment a Prime Minister of the Russian Federation, and Tarja Halonen, President of Finland.
“Allegro” quickly became popular. In 2011 it was chosen by 300,000 passengers, and in 2012 – already more than 350,000 people.
On the territory of the Vyborg district there are three international automobile checkpoints across the federal border – the largest in North-West is “Torfyanovka”, and also “Brusnichnoe” and “Svetogorsk”.
Around the clock across the border between Russia and Finland passes a large flow of vehicles. It especially increases during weekends and public holidays: Finland has long been a popular destination for holidays and shopping among Russians.
Vyborg - St.Petersburg – 140 km
Vyborg - Lappeenranta – 60 km
Vyborg - Helsinki- 245 km
Vyborg – Moscow – 817 km