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St Petersburg (LED), Russia is served by Pulkovo Airport which is the 4th busiest airport in Russia. Being quite a popular and heavily traveled destination, St Petersburg is served by several airlines offering convenient flights from the United States. Finnair offers the most comprehensive flight schedules and most convenient service from the U.S. to St Petersburg: it regularly operates approximately 10-hour, one-stop flights from its domestic hub in New York via Helsinki. The airline also offers alternative convenient routes at a low cost with stops in other US or European cities for passengers traveling from smaller airports.
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Saint Petersburg was once called Petrograd and Leningrad and today its informal name is Piter. One of the Greatest Cities of Europe, Saint Petersburg was founded in 1703 by Russian Tsar Peter I (Peter the Great) and since than served as a political and cultural center of Russia for 200 years. The city boasts to have over 500 bridges that connect the banks of the wide Neva River. There are more than 140 museums in Saint Petersburg, including the largest art museum in the world - The Hermitage. This complex consists of six historic buildings, including the Winter Palace, which once was a residence of Russian tsars. Museum hosts more than 3 million items in its collection of antiquities. Whether you are brought to Saint Petersburg for business or leisure, enjoy the best it has to offer with our cheap tickets to Saint Petersburg. Take advantage of ASAP Tickets special discount tickets to Saint Petersburg on sale!