Areas of St. Petersburg to live?


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By DavidC - Posted on
18 January 2012
Which areas are recommended for English speaking expats in St. Petersburg? 
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Petrogradskiy, Admiralteyskiy, Tsentralnyy, Primoskiy.

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I have lived in St Petersburg since July 2011. I married a lovely Russian lady. Despite touring around the city on many occasions, I have yet to meet any English speaking expats!

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Admiralteyskiy, Tsentralnyy, Vassilevsky Ostrov, Kamensky Ostrov.
But in fact it depends where you work the bestr choice is always to be able by foot to one's work!

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Admiralteyskiy, Tsentralnyy - my opinion

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I live in Peter.In my opinion considering that from october to april the city is under snow effects yiu have to find a location not far from daily job place or university.
The better locations depends 50% price and 50% metro station distance.
Roland

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