BRICS Global Business & Innovation Conference

Practical Information

Registered participants will receive specific joining instructions before the conference. In the meantime, we hope you find the following, more general, Practical Information helpful.


HSE Saint Petersburg,
3A Kantemirovskaya ulitsa,
Saint Petersburg,
Russia, 194100

How to get to HSE Saint Petersburg
From Petrogradskaya Underground Station
  • Exit Petrogradskaya Underground Station
  • Walk About 3 min, 220 m

  • Boarding at Petrogradskaya Station / L'va Tolstogo Square
    31 trolleybus towards Severnyy Prospekt or
 К10, К131, К149, К175, К369 minibuses
    5 min (4 stops)

  • Exit on the Vyborgskaya naberezhnaya bus stop

  • Walk About 8 min, 600 m

The destination will be on your right.

Otherwise, we recommend you to ask your hotel reception to help order you a taxi or use Uber taxi service.


Please see a few recommended hotels:

Sokos Palace Bridge

5 Star Hotel
Solo Sokos Hotel Palace Bridge is the unique City Business Resort located in the historical center of St. Petersburg on the Vasilievsky Island.

The hotel is named after the famous Palace Bridge located nearby, which leads directly to many of the main sights of St.Petersburg center - the Hermitage Museum, Palace Square, Admiralty, St.Isaac's Cathedral and Nevsky Prospect, all just a 15 minute walk away.

Lancaster Court Hotel

4 Star Hotel
Lancaster Court Hotel is an elegant English Victorian themed hotel located in the Vyborgskaya area of Saint Petersburg. It offers spacious rooms, free Wi-Fi and a complementary buffet breakfast.

All Lancaster rooms are equipped with LCD TV, minibar and en suite bathroom with bathrobes, free toiletries and slippers. Some also have a DVD player.

Vedensky Hotel

4 Star Hotel
The “Vedensky” Hotel is located in a unique historic building in the center of St. Petersburg, on the busy Bolshoy Prospect of Petrograd Side. At a walking distance, there are such sightseeing attractions as the Hermitage, the cruiser “Aurora”, the Peter-and-Paul Fortress, the house of Peter 1, the Kuntskamera. The building of this hotel represents an object of St. Petersburg’s historical heritage.


3 Star Hotel
Mini-hotel «Amsterdam», priced from 2000 rub., opened its doors in 2006 on the banks of Karpovka River, separating Petrogradsky and Aptekarsky Islands, two minutes’ walk from “Petrogradskaya” metro station.

The hotel features the restrained style of a typical Dutch home of the 19th Century, in which superficial extravagance and ostentatious effects are lacking, while an atmosphere of coziness and warmth reign supreme.

Baltiya Hotel

3 Star Hotel
Baltiya hotel is located in 5 minutes walking distance from Vyborgskaya metro station and near a variety of transport options and attractions. Since it's opening in March 2012, Baltiya hotel has thrived on becoming a quiet haven in the middle of the bustling city due to it's location and accessibility. Baltiya hotel has enjoyed remarkable success and popularity among the travellers it has accommodated.

Alfavit Hotel

3 Star Hotel
Hotel “Alfavit”, priced from 2300 rub., flung open its doors to guests in June of 2013 at 14 Levashovsky Prospect in the business district of the city’s Petrograd side, seven minutes’ walking distance from “Chkalovskaya” metro station. The hotel, lush in greenery and restrained in its classical style, combines the design flourishes of the Silver Age and contemporary touches to create a truly homey atmosphere of coziness, positivity and warmth. The name of this St. Petersburg hotel has not been chosen by accident, as it has a large book gallery at each floor of the hotel. The guests can not only admire the wide choice of fiction, but also feel themselves as heroes of a novel.

Regina Hotel

3 Star Hotel
Hotel «Regina», priced from 2300 rub., opened its doors to guests in 2004 in a new, modern buildingin a historic part of St. Petersburg, not far from Petrogradskaya, Chkalovskaya metro stations. The hotel’s contemporary design meshed easily with the city’s historic center, quickly becoming one of the most popular 3-star hotels in St. Petersburg. In 2009, the hotel was remodeled and its room inventory updated. A stroll to the legendary Aurora cruiser and beyond to Peter and Paul Fortress, located within walking distance of the hotel, will leave you with unforgettable memories and transport you back to the history of revolutionary St. Petersburg. The hotel’s proximity to the renowned Lenfilm studios gives the hotel the pleasure of accommodating famous Russian masters of the stage and screen.

Kino Hostel