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Public Question Asked by vijayhearty about St. Petersburg
Hi this is vijay from india..i'm visiting St.pietersburg for a training for abt 4 months..our accomodation is taken care of..but rest..dont
knw....if u can help me out inknowin the city more..hw to survive..n live happily..though learning russian..may not be able to comunicate tht easily in rooski..
The Best Answer
Answered by Roman Pelli , Saint Petersburg, Russia
1. Don't read ads. Use your friends' advises about services and goods. Your teacher or school mates can be those who can advise you something.
Taxi drivers or your landlord (if he/she isn't a friend of your friends) can use your situation and give you their assosiates to provide services at high prices.
2. Watch your pockets. We've got thiefs (perhaps like in India or elsewhere).
3. Visit your country's consul in our city and register yourself. There you can find more advises.
Have a safe journey!
Answered by Lana , Saint Petersburg, Russia
No problem at all.When you are going to come to St.Petersburg?
Answered by Nadya Vitt , Saint Petersburg, Russia
When are you arrive? It's great culture and nitgh life here) I'd like to swow you averything around.
Answered by Tatyana Lapushkina , Saint Petersburg, Russia
Hello! I can help to you! Let me know when you come.
see you in my beautiful city!
Answered by Elena , Saint Petersburg, Russia
I can catch u from airport and help u, my facebook and mail - email@example.com, write me if u need a help)
Answered by Robert Constable , Saint Petersburg, Russia
Communication is not a problem, English is a very good second language.
The people are nice and Russia is perfect - don't be shy, interact.
Have a good trip.
Answered by Vardan , Saint Petersburg, Russia
Always welcome. I know what it means to be new in a big city, in a mega city... plus in a totally different culture, trying to comunicate in a 3rd language.... i'm myself from armenia, though many people believe i'm from India... i lived in a dormitory and our next 2 blocks, and the last two year the 1st and 2nd floor was given to indians...if you have any direct questions, don't hesitate, email to firstname.lastname@example.org..