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You can get to Vyborg from Finland by bus, train, ferry or by private transport. If you prefer buses, then, oddly enough, but your road should lie to the railway station. From there, every Monday and Saturday, a shuttle bus leaves to Varkaus. This bus follows the route St. Petersburg – Kuopio, from the Vyborg station it departs at 13:55. The fare for Russian citizens is 1 350 rubles, for foreigners – 1 750 rubles. For children and students there are discounts, when buying a ticket at once both sides there is a discount of 5%.
Every day from Vyborg from St. Petersburg, there are buses to Helsinki, Mikkeli, Lappeenranta, Turku and Jyvaskyla.
If you prefer rail transport, you can get from Vyborg to Finland by trains Sibelius No. 34 (St. Petersburg-Helsinki), Repin No. 34 (Moscow-Helsinki) or Leo Tolstoy No. 32.
The train Moscow – Helsinki departs from the railway station Vyborg at 9:27. The train “Sibelius” No. 36 leaves at 18:50, and “Leo Tolstoy” at 8:39.
From the beginning of August, the ferry from Vyborg to the city of Hamina started to run. The cost of an adult round-trip ticket is 65 euros, children’s (for children under the age of 15 years inclusive – 50 euros.
If you decide to go to Finland on your car, you must always take into account that the car must be insured. At the Finnish border, border guards can check whether you have a “green card” valid for the period of stay in the country. You can buy it in any insurance company, or at a border point, but it will cost a little more. In Vyborg there are several points around the clock, where you can arrange insurance. Insurance for a month will cost about 17 euros, the minimum period – two weeks. In general, for the passage of the Finnish border, except for the green card, all the documents for the car, driver’s license (not necessarily international), notarized power of attorney for the car are needed – it is needed only for presentation at Russian customs, so its translation into a foreign language is not required, passport, insurance and a visa to stay in Finland.
The border of Finland can be crossed at four border points: Vaalimaa, Nuyamaa, Vartitus and Raya-Jooseppi. The first two work around the clock, the second – from seven in the morning to nine in the evening.