In order to travel to Russia for tourist purposes, Swiss citizens require a Russia tourist visa as well as the non-CH nationals that have a residence permit for Switzerland. In this article, we will explain you step by step on how to receive your visa for Russia.

Thinking about exploring Russia by car? This can be quite a feat, but not impossible. Nevermind if you are travelling to Russia by car, or if you are going to rent a car once you get there, you will need lots of documents.

World Cup is in full blast and we are cheering along. While you are waiting for the games, here are some fun facts to read in the meantime.

Are you one of the lucky people that will follow the football madness live in Russia? You must be wondering what should you as a spectator and a regular traveller keep in mind? We compiled for you a couple of tips.

To put it simply, aim tourism is a short-term trip of up to 7 days with a purpose of conducting business exchanges, participating in exhibitions or auctions, or attending medical examinations or seeking medical advice.

Are you bored of Kremlin and Red Square? Are you tired of Moscow? Today’s article is all about other interesting cities, including some cultural attractions that you shouldn’t miss while in Russia.

Are you interested in getting a Russian visa? For this visa, you will have to apply online on the Russian Consular Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ website. Take notice that if you make a pause during your application that is longer than 20 minutes, your session will expire.

In order to travel to Russia, EU citizens require a visa. The visa must be obtained before departure either at the Russian embassy, consulate or a visa application centre in the country of your residence. Here is a step-by-step guide how to apply for a Russian visa.

You cannot get a Russian visa while you are in the country nor extend your current one. Russian embassies and consulates outside the Russian Federation are the only ones issuing these visas.

The draft of the agreement will enable the football fans to transit through Belarus to Russia for the FIFA World Cup 2018.