Visa support and Visa free private tours for cruise passengers in Saint Petersburg, Russia
If you are the citizen of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Uruguay, Israel, Nicaragua, Peru, Venezuela, Cuba, Montenegro, Serbia, Thailand, Turkey and Hong Kong, you don’t need Russian Visa. If you are coming to Russia on a cruise ship, you don’t need visa either.
For those people arriving to St. Petersburg on a cruise ship who are booking shore excursions with us, we take care of your visa for the duration of your ship’s stay. We’ll provide you with a document called a Tour Ticket which acts as your blanket visa for the duration of your stay in St. Petersburg. This document will allow you to enter Russia to take your tour with us.
For the land tourists of all other countries Visa is required. In order to get a Russian visa, the first thing you need is an invitation (also known as visa support letter). After that, you can apply for the visa at a Russian consulate either by yourself or through a local travel agent (usually for an extra fee). Visa support letter can be sent to you by the hotel (usually free of charge) or we can do it for the fee of $25. To issue Visa support letter we will need your name, date of birth, citizenship, and passport number.