Leningrad region has unique geographical location and shares borders with the European Union – Finland and Estonia. The region is the most important transport hub in Northwest Russia, its system of seaports is one of the largest in the country and it provides 21% of export and import cargo turnover of the country.
|Access to the Baltic Sea through the Gulf of Finland||Four seaports|
|Close proximity to Saint Petersburg||Pulkovo International Airport (located in Saint Petersburg)|
|Borders with the European Union (Finland and Estonia)|