Russian Visa Support
If you want to travel to Russia, you need a Russian visa. Visa-free travel is only possible for the citizens of CIS republics, Cuba, Turkey, Israel, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, and Serbia (who still need an invitation). In order to get a Russian visa, the first thing you need is an invitation (aka visa support letter). After that, you can apply for the visa at a Russian consulate either by yourself or through a local travel agent (for an extra fee). Be careful, however, because many agents and hotels “lock” people into a fixed itinerary or limit their visa validity to the period they’re staying at a particular hotel.
If you want to avoid bureaucratic traps, select one of Russian visa support options on the left. It is designed for independent travelers who want to have a flexible itinerary. You can get your visa support online on this site through one of our carefully selected providers – they all cater to independent travelers, provide 24-hour support, and provide support at the consulate and while in Russia.
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