As scientists focus on finding a solution to the coronavirus infection, governments around the world are taking steps to ensure the safety of their citizens. Measures include quarantine for suspected cases, travel restriction to and from the affected areas, and equipping existing facilities so that they can successfully treat the infected. Most coronavirus cases have […]
Things are moving fast in St Petersburg: new parks, improved public transport, and greater urban renewal investment. Find out what the results will be.
Why do Russian visas get rejected and how to avoid mistakes during the visa application? Find out how to submit an error-free eVisa application online.
Learn about the Trans-Siberian railway: how long is it? Also, find information regarding what to pack and what documents you’ll need.
Russian authorities announced that the works to connect Russia and China via a new bridge have been completed. It’s 2km long and will be launched in 2020.
UK citizens must apply for a visa in person before traveling to Russia. However, things may change soon as the Russian Ambassador to the UK explained.
The “Seventh Freedom Flights” plan opens the airport of St Petersburg to low-cost airlines to operate flights between St Petersburg and 33 countries.
Finland and Russia are very close and share a land border. Finnish citizens can travel to St Petersburg by car, train, and ferry as well as by plane.
The government has announced the modernization of 40 Far East airports. Find out how this will affect international tourism and local transport.
Tourists can now apply for an E-visa for St Petersburg online. The St Peterburg E-visa is available for citizens of eligible countries for short-term stays.