All Russian Visas must be registered upon arrival to Russia.
Your Russian visa must be registered within 3 days of arrival (excluding weekends and official holidays).
There are three ways to register your Russian visa:
1) At a hotel where you're staying
2) At the inviting organization/travel agency
If you are staying at a hotel in Russia, you can register your visa at the front desk. You will be asked for your visa and a passport. A small registration fee may be imposed.
If you are not staying at a hotel or you are in Russia on a business visa, our office in St.Petersburg will provide registration services. It takes 1 working day.
Please note that not registering your Russian visa may lead to serious problems: detention by police, fines on departure, prevention from boarding the plane, etc. We strongly advise you to register your Russian visa to avoid possible unnecessary inconveniences.
1450 RUB - for any tipe of visa up to one month
Saint-Petersburg for 3, 4, 5 days
Moscow for 3, 4, 5 days
St. Petersburg – Moscow, 7 days
Standard Golden Ring, 7 days
Big Golden Ring of Russia, 9 days
Trans-Siberian Express, 12 days (St. Petersburg - Moscow - Irkutsk - Lake - Baikal - Khabarovsk)
St. Petersburg – Lake Baikal, 8 days (St. Petersburg – Ekaterinburg – Lake Baikal)
St. Petersburg – Novgorod, 4 days
Cruise St. Petersburg – Mandrogi – Kizhi – Valaam, 3 days
Cruise St. Petersburg – Valaam, 1 day
Cruise St. Petersburg – Moscow, 5 days
191036, Russia, St. Petersburg, 7,
2nd Sovetskaya Str., office # 501
+7 (812) 380 45 96
Our office working hours:
Mon-Fri: 10.00 am - 7.00 pm,
Sat: 12.00 - 5 pm,
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