Visa to Russia

Visa to Russia for only 10 Euro. The Association of Tour Operators of Russia (ATOR) predicts an increase in tourist flow to Russia by 20% in 2019. In this case, it will exceed 30 million people and “this will be a record figure for Russia.” Now most of all tourists from Germany, China, Finland visit […]

E-visa to Russia

The flow of inbound tourism in St. Petersburg in the coming years will continue to grow, but at a modest pace. For the dynamics to be noticeable, you need electronic visas. The Russian Foreign Ministry has already agreed on a simplified entry into Russia for the participants of the General Assembly of the UN World […]

100 days before the start of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia

The ceremony of unveiling the FIFA World Cup™ Countdown clock has been held on March 6th at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum.  The similar clock was launched at the Historical Department Store on Nevsky Avenue. The ceremony was attended by the world-famous football players and the Russian President. Less than 100 days remains before […]

National Geographic pointed 5 art germs of St. Petersburg

“St. Petersburg is a city of art. Peter the Great’s imperial capital is now Russia’s indisputable cultural hub, home to world-famous ballet, theater, and more. For fine arts, it’s unparalleled. Of the long list of museums in St. Petersburg (or Piter, as Russians call it), here are the five you absolutely can’t miss” advised National […]

New Holland in Saint-Petersburg

Do you know that there is a place called New Holland in St. Petersburg? Now, it is not a new residential district, it’s the recreation area nowadays with an ice-rink, cafes, authentic stores, and exhibition areas. Located close to the St. Isaac’s Cathedral and Mariinsky Theater, New Holland complex was built as a naval port […]