Internet Access

If you are travelling without a computer, here are some good old-fashioned internet cafés:

abooks internet centre (Map pp108-9; @ 974 3919; 6-ya i 7-ya liniya 27; per hr R100; S 9am-10pm; (M) Vasileostrovskaya)

Café Max (Map p92; §§ 273 6655;; Nevsky pr 90/92; per hr R40-70; S24hr; ®Mayako-vskaya) A big fang place with 150 computers, a game zone and a comfy café and beer bar.

FM Club (Map p92; @ 764 3674; ul Dostoevskogo 6a;

per hr R60; S24hr; ® Vladimirskaya)

Kofe In (Map p92; @ 7175793; Nevsky pr148; perhr; Bolshoy pr 35; per hr R120; S 8am-2am;

® Chkalovskaya)

Northwest Telecom (Severo-Zapadny Telekom; Map pp68—9; @ 069; cnrBolshaya Morskaya ul & Gorokhovaya ul; per hr R60; S 10am-10pm; ® Nevsky Pr)

Players' Internet Club (Map p97; cnrGorokhovaya & Kazanskaya ul; perhrR60; S24hr; ®Sadovaya/ Sennaya PI)

Quo Vadis (Map p92; @ 333 0708;; Nevsky pr 76; per hr R100; S24hr; ® Mayakovskaya) Enterfrom Liteyny pr.

Vosstaniya-1 (Map p92; @ 5795770;; pi Vosstaniya 1; per hr R120; S 10am-9pm Mon-Sat, 10am-8pmSun; ® PI Vosstaniya)


Besides the plethora of internet cafés, wireless access is also becoming more common around St Petersburg. There iswi-fi access at most hotels and mini-hotels, as well as at a handful of cafés and pubs around the city. Unfortunately, it is usually not free; you might pay a daily access rate at a hotel, while cafés will usually sell you an access card for about R100 for an hour. You can log in at the following venues:

For a list of places around town that offerfree wireless access, see

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