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Transport

TRANSPORT WITHIN ST. PETERSBURG can be divided into two basic groups: public and private. Public transport (the metro and above-ground transport) is dirt cheap though far from user-friendly, usually packed like a can of sardines, and it doesn’t smell much better. Private transport (taxis and hired cars or buses) are of course more expensive though prices are usually reasonable by Western standards.* As is often the case in this country, there is no middle ground: either you sweat it out with the rank-and- file on the municipal offerings or you cruise around in the relative luxury of your own private machine.


 
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