I really recommend ”Scandinavia AVA-PETER” with it´s team. At this Clinic you will find a warm and engaged approach towards their patients. Ekaterina, that is in charge of the client service, is very sensitive to each individual´s situation. I experience her as very understandable and empathetic and is always aiming to do her best in the dialogue with the patients. I experience the ”Scandinavia AVA-PETER-team”, in general, as very professional and dedicated in their duty, with a strong and competetive knowledge in fertility treatments. All this together, make me feel safe, calm and hopeful as a patient at the ”Scandinavia AVA-PETER”.
I am infinitely grateful to the clinic for my pregnancy! I was 41 and most doctors were offering me programs with donor eggs. For certain reasons that didn’t suit me at all. In Scandinavia AVA-PETER the doctor used my own eggs, and the long-awaited pregnancy came! The doctors are very approachable, the coordinators are super helpful and always explain everything in detail! Thank you!
I can not express my gratitude with words, but I'll try. Lets just say that behind me are 14 attempts of IVF. Zero effect. Having been referred to the one well-known clinic, where I was denied treatment I went to Scandinavia AVA-PETER. First time when Ii saw a doctor, a young woman, who was looking at me with enthusiasm, clearly explained everything from A to Z. That first time I left the doctor’s office with a clear understanding of what to do next. In 3 months from our first meeting I got the first in my life four-digit HCG. Those who has not encountered this problem, will never understand. I so grateful to my good fortune for this meeting. There are probably no more such doctors. Just thanks for everything.
I want to express my gratitude to the doctors and staff of the Ava-Peter clinic for carrying out my most cherished dream "to see these long-awaited two strips." Our chances of becoming parents were almost equal to zero. But thanks to the properly selected treatment, sensitive attitude, professionalism of the doctors of the Scandinavia AVA-PETER, our dream has almost come true. Thanks to everyone!
What a blessing it was that my wife chose a wonderful clinic. With age we had almost no chances. My wife was 47, I was 50 years old, and two IVF attempts abroad were not successful. We’ve spent a lot of money, were tormented by local doctors for a long time, had to wait for 3 months for some of the tests and have lost a few years as a result. Our spirit was broken, and with no hope left, but rather out of desperation we went to Scandinavia AVA-PETER.. On May,2017 our charming twin boys were born. Our unlimited gratitude goes to the fantastic Scandinavia AVA-PETER clinic team in St. Petersburg.
I would like to thank the clinic staff for the friendly and warm atmosphere they create, willingness to help, and individualized approach to each patient! I had a free consultation with Dr. Yulia Tsitsareva, who was very thorough and professional, answered all of my questions with deep knowledge of my condition. I also had an online consultation with Dr. Taras Yanchuk, who has found the time in his extremely busy schedule to talk to me and give his recommendations. I would also like to send special thanks to the clinic coordinator Ekaterina for her continuous support and lovely professional attitude!
55-A Liteyniy Avenue Clinic working hours: Mon-Fri 9.00 - 20.00 Sat, Sun day off
Ilushina street 4, building 2 Clinic working hours: Mon-Sat 9.00 - 20.00 Sun day off
How to get there
Pulkovo terminal is St. Petersburg’s international airport and one of the largest airports in Russia. It is easy to get to the centre of the city by shuttle bus (No. 39) or by taxi. The trip from the airport to the clinic will take about 40 minutes.
It’s very convenient to get to St. Petersburg by train. You may buy a place in an open wagon (platskart) or a compartment (kupe) where you can sleep at night. Trains are equipped with modern technologies like air conditioners, electrical outlets, and TVs. It is better to buy tickets online or at the ticket office at the railway station in advance. St. Petersburg has 5 train stations that are located in or near the city centre.
Many companies offer bus transportation to St. Petersburg from neighbouring countries. Travel by bus is rather cheap but less comfortable than travelling by plane or train. The most popular routes arrive from Finland, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. The journey will take approximately 5 to 10 hours. The buses usually make several stops in St. Petersburg, so you can choose the stop that’s most convenient for you.
You can also get to St. Petersburg by car. The trip to St Petersburg is about 5 hours from Helsinki, about 8 hours from Moscow, and about 5 hours from Tallinn. The road is quite good but you should take traffic jams into account, so you should add one hour of extra time in reserve.
St. Petersburg is not just a beautiful city, but also a port with access to the Baltic Sea through the Gulf of Finland. If you are planning your trip from Helsinki, you will have to spend about 13 hours on the ferry. This option is suitable for those who have enough free time and who want to enjoy the beautiful views of the Baltic Sea.