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LARGEST CITY IN THE RUSSIA
PLACES TO SEE
– THE CITY WAS FOUNDED
Most countries, need to obtain a visa. Below are a few links where you can get a Russian visa through agencies in different countries. Let us know if you need any help by making a phone call, and we will arrange everything for you!
THERE ARE 2 TYPES OF VISA, YOU CAN OBTAIN: A TOURIST ONE AND A MEDICAL VISA.
When booking a room at Sokos Hotels you can get a document confirming the booking and payment of the hotel room.
To get a medical visa in an EU country, please contact our patient coordinators and receive your invitations. This is possible only when you know your exact travel dates. We can provide you with the document in Russian which will confirm your visit to our clinic. Unfortunately, some embassies demand the original copy of the invitation. We are ready to send you the original by post, but the postal delivery can take up to 8 weeks.
5 OPTIONS OF HOW TO GET TO ST.PETERSBURG
Pulkovo airport- is on the fourth place after the Moscow aviation hub by the number of passengers served in Russia.
It is located 23 kilometers from the Palace Square. The nearest metro station is - "Moskovskaya", then you can take a bus (39, 39A) or a taxi minibus(K39).
Airport Code is LED1. It was assigned to the airport, when the city was called Leningrad, survived the Soviet era and to the present day.
Trains to St. Petersburg go from the following cities:
You can get more information on the official website of the Russian Railways.
If you feel more comfortable travelling to St. Petersburg by bus, you can use the international carrier LuxExpress
You can drive St. Petersburg in the comfort of a car from any city in Western Europe or the CIS countries by good roads.
A very comfortable way to get to St. Petersburg is by ferry - stpeterline.com
The advantage of traveling by ferry is that within 72 hours you can be in Russia without a visa.