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St Petersburg Russia with limited mobility

by Natalia Rogachyova on January 31, 2016

On standard tours of St Petersburg, you need to prepare for quite a lot of walking, particularly on cobblestones. Visitors with mobility issue or want to visit venues with good wheelchair accessibility may be daunted. But don’t let what happens on standard tours put you off from visiting Russia.

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St. Petersburg Russia Disembarkation Tips

by Natalia Rogachyova on March 8, 2013
St Petersburg Disembarkation - Immigration Control

So, you’ve arrived in St Petersburg, Russia. You’ve had a fantastic cruise, and you’ve got an amazing tour booked. Here are some St Petersburg disembarkation tips to let you get the most out of your time in the city, and help you transfer easily between cruise ship and tour operator.

The vast majority of cruise ship passengers can visit visa-free. In order to qualify, you will need to be staying in the city for 72 hours or less, your accommodation must be on board your cruise ship, and you must be booked onto an organised tour.

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St. Petersburg Russia Cruise Port

by Natalia Rogachyova on February 3, 2012
St.Petersburg Cruise Port

Cruises in the Baltic can include the Scandinavian cool of Stockholm and Helsinki, the fairytale old towns of Riga and Tallinn, and the lively charm of Gdansk. But for most Baltic cruise passengers, St  Petersburg port of call is the jewel in the crown of their voyage. And the St Petersburg cruise port terminal will ensure you have a smooth journey from on board your ship to the city’s numerous attractions.

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