SAINT PETERSBURG, RUSSIA
Infinitely grateful to the doctor my pregnancy! I was 41 and most doctors offered a donor egg, but since for certain reasons I wanted to use donor material from a man, this did not suit me at all ...Dr Diana took an egg without stimulation, and the long-awaited pregnancy came! The doctor could be contacted at any time, always explained everything in detail! Thank you!
Clinic on Nevsky prospect
+7 931 578-41-22
St. Petersburg, Nevsky prospect 22-24 (entrance from Konushennaya street through the drugstore)
Pulkovo terminal is an international airport serving St Petersburg and one of the largest airports in Russia. It is easy to get to the center of the city by the shuttle buses (No 39) or by taxi. The way from the airport to the clinic will take about 40 minutes.
To get to St. Petersburg by train is another convenient way of travelling. You may buy a seat place or a place in a compartment, where you can sleep at night. Trains are equipped with modern technologies like conditioner, sockets and TV. It is better to buy tickets online or in the ticket office at the railway station in advance. St. Petersburg has 5 railroad stations which are located near the city center.
Many transport companies perform bus transportation from the nearest countries to St. Petersburg. It is rather cheap bus less comfortable than travelling by plane or train. The most popular destinations are Finland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. The road will take from 5 to 10 hours. Usually the buses have several stops in St. Petersburg, so you may choose the nearest stop to you.
There is also one more way to get to St Petersburg – by car. Way time from Helsinki to St Petersburg is about 5 hours, from Moscow about 8 hours and from Tallin about 5 hours. The road is rather good but you should take into account traffic jams, so it is better to add one hour as a reserve.
St Petersburg is not only 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.