St. Petersburg Banyas

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St. Petersburg Banyas

Banyas are an old Russian tradition, which are still extremely popular amongst locals in the winter, so if you want to experience something truly unique then head to one of St. Petersburg’s banyas

Degtyarniye Bani

There are both male and female rooms and on different days, the rate is lower for men or for women. There is a traditional banya, Turkish bath, massage area, bar, relaxation area and changing rooms with lockers. The prices depending on which level of luxuriousness you want.

Open 08.30-21.00

140, Nevsky Prospekt
(812) 969-53-15
Metro: Ploshchad Vosstaniya

How to get there

From Ploshchad Vosstaniya walk along Nevsky Propekt towards Alexander Nevsky. The banyas are located on the left hand side of the road on the corner with Degtyarnaya Ul.

Kazachi Bani

This banya contains a number of different departments of varying luxuriousness. There is also a hairdressers and a café on site. Prices depending on which level of luxuriousness you choose.

Open 08.00-22.00

11, Bolshoi Kazachi Per.
(812) 315-07-34
Metro: Pushkinskaya

How to get there

From the metro cross Zagorodny Prospect and turn right. Bolshoi Kazachi Per is the first road on the left. The banya is about half way up on the left hand side.

Mitninski Bani

This is the oldest public banya in St. Petersburg and is the only one, which continues to be heated by a wooden furnace. Prices are lower than the other banyas, because it is very simple.

Open 08.00-22.00. Closed Wednesdays and Thursdays.

17/19, Mitninskaya Ul.
(812) 271-71-19
Metro: Ploshchad Vosstaniya

How to get there

From the metro walk along Nevsky Prospekt towards Alexander Nevsky. When the road forks, take the road, which goes to the left. The first road on the left is Mitninskaya Ul, and the banya is about half way up on the right hand side.

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