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Lodeynoye Polye

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Transportation

Hotels, motels and where to sleep

Restaurant, taverns and where to eat

Cultural (and not so cultural) events

Interesting information and useful tips

 

Description of Lodeynoye Polye

Lodeynoye Pole is located in the east of the Leningrad region near the border with Karelia. It is the administrative center of Lodeynopolsky district located on the left bank of the river Svir.

 

 

 

 

 


 

Transportation

How to get there
By train
Lodeynoye Pole is a station on the Volkhov-Petrozavodsk branch line.

From Moscow, from the Leningradsky railway station by train to Petrozavodsk or Murmansk.

From St. Petersburg from Ladozhsky railway station by direct train. He takes off once a day, from St. Petersburg in the evening, back - early in the morning, travel time is less than five hours. “Lastochka” express trains from Ladozhsky railway station (in the morning, around half past seven in the morning, and in the evening around 18 hours, 2.6-3.2 hours). Or on trains following in Murmansk or Petrozavodsk.

By car
On the highway M18 "Cola" from Petrozavodsk or Novaya Ladoga. The route passes along a new ring road, while moving from the south side, a congress to the city is possible at the beginning of the roundabout and at the end before Svirya.

By bus
There is a bus station in the Lodeynoye Pole, helpline number (81364) 2-23-50. The bus service is carried out with settlements of the district. Direct or transit bus routes can be reached from the cities of St. Petersburg, Vytegra, Tikhvin, Podporozhye, Petrozavodsk, Voznesenye and Pitkäranta.

From Vytegra by bus to Lodeynoye Pole, it departs once a day, the journey takes about 4 hours.

On the ship
The city is located on the Svir River, but there is no organized water transport connection to the city.

 

Hotels, motels and where to sleep

 

 

Restaurant, taverns and where to eat

 

 

Cultural (and not so cultural) events

 

 

Interesting information and useful tips

 

 

 

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