Each person non resident of the Russian Federation prior to applying for visa in the consulate must get an invitation according to the purpose of his or her visit.
Your Visa To Russia provides invitations for tourist and business trips.

Russian visa — tricky to get but worth it

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In 2010 St. Petersburg was included in the list of the most visited, attractive and popular cities in the world. More than 5 million tourists visited the Russian Northern capital last year. The city's potential to form high-quality tour product is colossal and tourism sector became one of the most important sector in the development strategy of St. Petersburg. You can come to Russia and feel yourself in the center of the world's peak interest named Russia.

After you have chosen Russia as your vacation destination, you should remember that all foreigners have to get Russian visa to visit this beautiful country. No matter how are you going to travel — by car, by bus, train or plane, you should apply for the Russian visa in your local Embassy or Consulate and get your migration card while crossing the boarder.

Russian visa can be tourist, business, student or work visa. It depends on the purpose you are going to come to Russia with. Being a tourist you can get a 30-days visa maximum. During this time you will be able to enjoy majestic and fascinating sights, museums, national cuisine, value local services and transport connection between the cities. Don't forget to take your camera with you so you could show friends and relatives all the things that surprised you during your stay.

Having a Russian visa in your passport gives you an opportunity to explore several small or big cities in the country. Visiting suburbs with a guide would surely bring into your trip new emotions and impressions. You would be impressed by the two capitals in Russia — Moscow and St. Petersburg. The mixture of centuries and modern architecture, fashion and religious sights could not leave you indifferent.

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