Visa for Russia:
Information about visa procedures is very variable and depends on you citizenship (nearly all Russian Consulates have a website, so you have to search carefully for rules regarding your citizenship). Basically, we can confirm that for any travel to Russia you need a passport with a minimum of six months validity from the day you plan to be back to your country of origin. Passports should be in perfect condition, otherwise your visa can be refused. Children up to the age of 16 can travel on the passport of their parents and do not have to pay for a visa. Your passport must have at least 2 free pages.
Together with the passport, you will have to present to the Russian Consulate nearest to your country of residence one photo and a VISA SUPPORT. For tourist visas, VISA SUPPORT consists of a confirmation letter and an accomodation voucher. For other kind of visas, you will need an official invitation from Russian Ministry of Foreign Affair.
For european citizens a medical insurance is requested, usually.
We issue all kinds of invitations for tourist and business visas. When you book accomodation services, you get a free visa support for a tourist visa, then you can decide to apply directly to the nearest Russian Consulate or to give all documentation to a visa agency in your city.
All kind of visas should be registered within 7 working days. Anyway, hotels always register visas on arrival and for this reason visa registration for accomodation in apartments is compulsory even for a stay less than 7 days, when your travel continues to other russian cities after St. Petersburg. Otherwise, hotels should deny check in, because they always need a proof of your previous place of stay (unless you are checking in after your flight from abroad)