Pskov is the largest city and administrative capital of Pskov Oblast.

Get in

By plane

Pskov Airport (Аэропорт Псков) (IATA: PKV) have flights from Moscow Domodedovo airport three days a week, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday . As of August 2012 the lowest fare is 1800 RUB.

By train

From Saint Petersburg

There are two daily long-distance trains departing from Saint Petersburg's Vitebskii Station bound to Litva and Latvia which make a stop in Pskov. Both of the trains depart from Saint Petersburg in the evening and arrive around midnight so be sure to warn your hotel that you will check-in late. Also there is a commuter train (elektrichka) departing from Baltiskii Station six days a week (no schedule on Tuesdays). The train departs at 7:25AM and arrives to Pskov at 11:30AM, this train usually has a lot of passengers so if you want to have a seat by the window (or any seat at all, for that matter) make sure to arrive beforehand. As of August 2012 the ticket costs 464 RUB.

From Moscow

A daily night train leaves Moscow each evening at 4:55PM from the Leningradsky station and arrives to Pskov the next day at 7:30AM.

From Luga

There are two daily commuter trains and also the commuter train and both long-distance trains from Saint Petersburg make a stop in Luga

From Minsk

A long-distance train departs from Minsk two times a week, on Monday and Thursday.

From Riga

Daily train from Riga to Saint Petersburg makes a stop in Pskov.

From Vilnius

Daily train from Vilnius to Saint Petersburg makes a stop in Pskov.

By bus

There are several daily bus routes from Saint Petersburg. The travel times given below are according to schedule, and of course they are subject to change due to road work and weather conditions.

There are 2 buses per day to Novgorod, 4hrs ride, costs 470 RUB.

By car

When driving, Pskov is along the M20 highway, linking Saint Petersburg with the border to Belarus.


View of Krom (Pskov's kremlin)
Pskov Krom up close



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