Russia E-Visa Available For 52 Nationals January 1, 2021 Now With Valid Entry Points

Written by John Ollila @ LoyaltyLobby

Russia has previously introduced a complimentary electronic visa for St. Petersburg, Kaliningrad, and Vladivostok, and tentative plans were in place to have one for the entire country from January 21, 2021. Russia’s prime minister signed a directive in early October, making this official. Citizens from 52 countries can enter and roam free within Russia for up to […]

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Russia E-Visa Available For 52 Nationals Early 2021

Written by John Ollila @ LoyaltyLobby

Russia has previously introduced a complimentary electronic visa for St. Petersburg, Kaliningrad, and Vladivostok, and tentative plans were in place to have one for the entire country from January 21, 2021. Russia’s prime minister signed a directive last week, making this official. Citizens from 52 countries can enter and roam free within Russia for up […]

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Best of Russia

Written by Stu Davidson @ Stuck in Customs

In continuing the series of my favorite photos from various places around the world, today we have Russia. What a crazy place, that Russia, eh? I was only there for four days, but I made the most of it photographically!

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New Russia E-Visa From January 21, 2021 (U.S./UK/Canada Likely Excluded)

Written by John Ollila @ LoyaltyLobby

RussiaRussia introduced a complimentary e-visa for St. Petersburg, Kaliningrad, and Vladivostok back in 2019 (read more here), and planned to introduce countrywide electronic visa from January 1, 2021 (read more here) to facilitate tourism sector. The Russian Duma has now adopted a new bill that allows issuance of new Russia wide electronic visas starting on […]

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Gloomy Day in Moscow

Written by Stu Davidson @ Stuck in Customs

Moscow Photo Walk Highlights Here’s highlights from our final photo walk in Europe! Daily Photo – Gloomy Day in Moscow There was a giant rainstorm before the photowalk, but suddenly the sun peaked out to light up these golden towers. We got lucky on all the photowalks and have never had rain after about 60 […]

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Woman in St. Petersburg

Written by Stu Davidson @ Stuck in Customs

Michael Hawley So sad to lose my friend Michael Hawley – he was such an inspiration… and, in fact, still is! This is a little video I made when he and Nina You came here to Queenstown to visit us around the holidays. I loved that dude… I don’t know anyone else remotely like him. […]

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Russia Mulls Earlier Adoption Of E-Visa, Originally Planned For January 1st 2021 (U.S./UK/Canada Excluded)

Written by Sebastian Powell @ LoyaltyLobby

Earlier this year President Putin promised to make Russia more accessible to tourism and in order to facilitate this the government would expand the current limited e-visa regime to all of Russia effective January 1, 2021. Some media in Russia is now reporting that the measure might be adopted as early as September 1, 2020 […]

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Cool Boarder in St. Petersburg

Written by Stu Davidson @ Stuck in Customs

Free Tutorial! Since many people are bored at home and looking to add to their skillset, I have just released my best tutorial for free and it already has just over $92,000 worth of downloads – awesome! People seem to love it and thank you for the great feedback. I’ll keep it free as long […]

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Russia Suspends International Flights Effective March 27, 2020

Written by John Ollila @ LoyaltyLobby

Russia joins countries that effectively close their airports for all international arrivals except repatriation flights. Russian government yesterday decided to ban all scheduled and charter flights effective March 27, 2020. It is unclear for how long this order is in effect. Here’s the announcement from the Russian government: From 27 March, regular and charter flights […]

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A Day at the Summer Palace of Peter the Great

Written by Miles Momma @ Miles Momma

For elegance and old world feel, St. Petersburg is by far the best Russian city. If you go, a visit to Peterhof, the summer palace of Peter the Great is a must. Peterhof As Tanya and I left St. Petersburg for Peterhof, I was in a foul mood. A pickpocket had cut through the bottom … Continue reading “A Day at the Summer Palace of Peter the Great”

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