and signed we will send the special Russian invitation that is
needed to get the Visa. We will mail you the invitation form and
this form has to be filled out and returned to us.
Everyone travelling to Russia is responsible for obtaining
their own visa. Please notice that regulations require that you can
only do so within three months of the start of your holiday.
To process your Visa application it must to be sent to a
consulate or local visa agent and contact one of the travel company
in your country that deal with this.
Usually it takes 7 working days of processing plus mail,
so generally it is approx. 2 weeks. The Russian Embassy will
stamp the Visa direct into your passport and we think it is
safer and more convenient for everyone if you send the paper
to one of the companies in your country that deals with this.
If you have any problems with your invitation paper or visa,
please contact us immediately.
You will need:
1. Russian Invitation
2. Questionnaire form must to be filled out and signed at the bottom.
This questionnaire can vary from country to country, so please
contact your local Russian consulate or visa support for further
information. Today you can download this Questionnaire
from your local consulate or travel agency web page.
3. Your Passport
4. Four Passport photos (with some Embassies it is enough with two.
The Russian Visa Application form will require you to confirm
that you have both travel insurance and medical evacuation cover
valid in Russia.
Please double check your passport and visa in plenty of time before
departure from your home country. Remember a passport must be valid
for six months after date of planned departure from Russia. Your
visa must have your name exactly as it is written in your passport
and the dates in your visa must cover your entire visit to
Russia. If these details are not correct you could be refused entry