It has been our pleasure to provide private, custom tours for many years. Our team will work to make your visit to Russia better than you ever thought possible. If you prefer to work with your travel agent, no problem. Just ask them to contact us.
Visitors to St. Petersburg who are cruise ship passengers who tour with www.RussiantourGuide.com do not need a Russian tourist visa ! All other visitors to the Russian Federation must have a tourist visa. Getting a Russian Federation tourist visa is easy. You must: Have a document called an “invitation“. www.RussiantourGuide.com obtains the “invitation” for most of our [...]
Working with an experienced tour company can offer unexpected benefits. Your guide has much experience with almost all situations which arise with tourists and can probably craft a solution for any contingency. Your guide also has phone access to support from our staff in the USA. If needed, she can contact us to assist you. [...]
This form allow you to easily submit the passport details for yourself or those in your party. We use the passport details to obtain “visa Free documents” for our cruise ship clients. We use the passport details to obtain the tourist visa enabling documents (invitation and voucher) for clients who are not visiting via cruise [...]
The Official Russian Holidays (Observed) January 1-5 New Year Holidays January 7 Christmas, Russian Orthodox February 23 Protector of the Motherland Day March 8 International Women’s Day May 1 Spring and Labor Day May 9 Victory Day (Over German Nazism in the WW2) June 12 Day of Russia November 4 Day of the National Unity [...]
St. Petersburg is the perfect destination, rich with history from the days of the Great Russian Czars to the famous siege and courageous resistance by the soviets in WWII.
Enjoy your Russian holiday. Don’t worry about “past experiences” that may have been unfavorable. Also, don’t let the warnings and “don’ts” posted below worry you. They are there to help avoid problems. Trust in your guide. Wherever we travel, we are often a bit vulnerable, since we are not in our “usual” surroundings. By having [...]