St Petersburg Metro Map
The Saint Petersburg Metro network is made of 5 lines. It serves most of the important places of the cultural capital of Russia. With 750 millions yearly passengers, it is the second busiest metro system in Russia, far behind the Moscow Metro. If you want to have a look on it, here is the St Petersburg Metro Map.
St Petersburg Metro Lines
The Kirovsko-Vyborgskaya Line operates between Devyatkino and Prospekt Veteranov stations. It is also known as Line 1 or Red Line.
The Moskovsko-Petrogradskaya Line runs from Parnas station to Kupchino. It is also called Line 2 or Blue Line.
The Nevsko-Vasileostrovskaya Line operates from Primorskaya to Rybatskoye. It is also called line 3 or Green Line.
The Pravoberezhnaya Line, also called Line 4 or Orange Line, operates between Spasskaya and Ulitsa Dybenko stations.
The Frunzensko-Primorskaya Line runs from Komendantsky Prospekt station to Mezhdunarodnaya. It is also known as Line 6 or Purple Line.