• O.G. Wright

Philippine Passport Holders Can Now Enter Russia VISA-FREE

Starting 1 October, tourists from 53 countries, including the Philippines, will be able to visit Russia's cultural capital, St Petersburg, and its surrounding regions on an electronic visa. With the e-visa, foreign citizens will be able to travel for a maximum of eight days within St Petersburg and the surrounding Leningrad region. Future applicants will not be charged a consular fee because an e-visa is free, unlike a standard tourist visa which, according to Russia Beyond, costs about 65 euros.

The application should also be made no later than four days and no earlier than 20 days before the expected date of entry. The e-visa is valid for 30 days from the date of issuance.

To avail the e-visa, one must provide a the passport and personal information and recent digital photo.

Click here to apply e-visa to Russia. https://electronic-visa.kdmid.ru/index_en.html

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