E-Visa St. Petersburg

E-Visum St Petersburg

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Free E-Visa to St. Petersburg

Only few clicks separate you from your trip to St. Petersburg. Did you hear for the Electronic Visa you can easily get for your next trip to St. Petersburg and Leningrad Region in Russia? Read further and find all about it!

Who can get free E-Visa to St Petersburg?

From the 1st October 2019 you can apply online for E-Visa to St. Petersburg and Leningrad Region. It’s available for 53 countries including Germany, Austria, Belgium, Spain and many other countries. Travelers are allowed to come within 30-day time period after getting the E-Visa and can stay up to 8 days from the date of arrival in St. Petersburg and Leningrad Region.

When traveling with an electronic visa, you are only entitled to travel to the areas for which it was issued. With the electronic St Petersburg visa it is not allowed to go to Moscow or other areas outside the Leningrad region.

You can apply only for single-entry business, humanitarian and tourist visas, for any other type of visa you will need to get visa directly from the consulate.

But how long it will take to get this E-Visa St. Petersburg and Leningrad Region? It will take only 4 days for processing and you will not need to pay for the full Russian visa. Amazing, right?

E-Visa to St Petersburg

How to get free E-Visa to St Petersburg?

Let’s go together through needed steps in order to get you a free E-Visa St. Petersburg and Leningrad Region:

1.Fill in E-Visa application form here

2.Get an E-Visa

3.Print out the notification or download it to your mobile device

4.Show the application at the border

5.Welcome to St. Petersburg

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