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It's worse for African exchange students and Muslims. I am cautious and won't have a camera on my neck or carry a map around etc. No worries. I spent 20 years in MOW and currently live in St Pets but still not familiar with 'dangerous' parts of the city. There are security guards near the main sights at night, for instance the Hermitage and Isac's cathedral, however this is west Nevsky.
Ruth once again has spelled it our correctly. Every large city in the world has dangerous parts of town. Of course, that doesn't mean that it' s absolutely safe as in big cities live differen people and the foreigners should roam all night long all over the town alone, but if for some reason you need to visit some other parts of Moscow or Saint Petersburg I cannot tell you should avoid that for safety season. His only difficulty came when we were not together and a police officer in a small town train station asked him what he was doing there.
Carry your bag on the front etc. Take a little care I'll be there on my honeymoon in June so would I really choose such a terrible place??? For example, inthe city had a huge tourist lonely Petersburg looking for love and the police were specifically trained to deal with foreigners differently. Moscow and St. Petersburg are no exception.
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I am trying to plan a trip for my boyfriend and I's 30th birthday. It's well lit at night and I can walk alone there. I don't know about pickpockets, just use an inner pocket in your jacket, slim money belt or something. I'm not Asian, I'm a blonde Norwegian, from day one people thought I was a Russian girl, so I don't have that problem.
No part of this site may be reproduced without our written permission. Search forums. Both in Moscow and St Petersburg we don't have so called strange areas where it's not safe to be even in late hours.
Sorry to use this term but Russia is the most racist place I have ever been to and there are many neo Nazis here, so I just want to explain. Don't let it affect your stay, make the most of it and enjoy it - St. P is great. I live almost on the main street so I can take a walk at say 3 am. I've been to all parts of Moscow and used public transportation in late hours and never never smith bad happened to me. In addition, the major reason to stop people has been eliminated as the need to register your stay is no longer the responsibility of the tourist but rather the place where you stay.
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Unless you're going to be roaming some strange areas in the early hours I wouldn't expect you to have any problems. In many countries including the US in large cities there are districts inhibited and controlled by ethnic groups, people with very low income etc, so it is not safe at lest not comfortable to be even in day hours and even for locals.
Petersburg has all the culture and museums. Many people commute in late hours, it' normal.
Iceland has the volcanoes and hot springs, Norway has fjords, midnight sun etc. Police used to be a major problem, but the climate has changed ificantly in the last several years and the information today is not the same as it was. Give just one example for Mow? In all the parts of the cities where people live it's equally safe.
Details here. I cannot say for example the southern district of the city is more dangerous then the west side because there is no segregation on that basis. The central area, Nevsky Prospect, was much like any other city in feel, and although I have heard reports of people having trouble with police, both fake and real, I don't think it's as common as the scaremongers would like you to believe Thanks for your input!
Pickpockets are a problem in the metro, on buses and along Nevsky prospekt. Myself I would not only go to some sites. The people who get stopped, robbed or bribed by the police are usually men, drunk, walking alone at night, dressed shabby, and looking "dark". See All. Thorn Tree forum.
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Petersburg, however after reading…. BTW I live in Toronto, Canada and have experienced "unsafe" neighbourhoods but haven't been to worried in them. My Uzbek female friend was stopped in a mall once, going through the metal detectors, the security guards hassled her for a while, I don't think they stop Asian females on the streets though. As an Asian you could be mistaken for a person coming from North Korea, China, Uzbekistan seeking work, however I'm sure you will look more like a tourist, speaking English, carrying a camera etc.
I have vitied a few times and love the place I even went off the beaten a track a bit and found most of locals very friendly, all of them warned me about fake police though I never had any problems. Hopefully the experience will go smoothly! Stay in the center during the evening, don't go out alone at night, stay in well lit, somewhat populated areas after midnight, don't get overly drunk etc. Petersburg, however after reading the Lonely Planet's guide to St. Petersburg I've learned that it can be quite unsafe for tourists and Asians.
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The main street is usually safe, as it's a 24 hour city. Let me explain the issue. I can give you a good example: Lufthansa crews who stay overnight in St Petersburg often ask for a good night clubs and often hv fun there all night long and walk in the city. Jump to forum.
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For instance when I first arrived a Croatian guy was stopped two times in the metro in one night, however he was a bit drunk, wore sweatpants and looked "dark". There are areas of both these cities which I would not suggest that a non-Russian speaking foreigner explore late at night but I doubt that any would be wandering there.
I know there can be a lot of incorrect information out there and that's why I decided to ask the question on the forum just to find some more personal experiences. Just act as you would in any large city. St petersburg is fairly safe just keep your wits about you and keep to the more central parts. For anyone that has traveled there, what has your experience been like with the locals including lonely Petersburg looking for love and the police I've read they demand bribes quite often.
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