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Do I need a Russian visa if I travel on a cruise ship?

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If you travel to Russia on a cruise ship, you should know that you do not need a Russian visa itself. There are special rules for cruise passengers. If you are going to enter the city by yourself, without any licensed guide, you should obtain a Russian visa in advance.

It will be enough to have a tourist invitation from one of the Russian tourist agencies. City of visit and cruise ship's name should be written on the invitation.

Usually cruise ship can stay in port not more than 2-3 days. That means that you are allowed to go ashore from the ship for this period. Your Visa To Russia offers undoubtedly reasonable prices for shore excursions, unlike price list offered on a cruise ship. Using our services you get the most vivid impression of St. Petersburg and its nearby towns.

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