Travel Tips

Tourist information in St Petersburg

How to get Russian visa or book a visa free shore excursion? What safety rules are worth following in order to feel secure in a foreign country? What should you take with you to St Petersburg and why, or where to get something? These and other useful travel tips and recommendations check below. If you are struggling with finding any information about travelling to Saint Petersburg Russia, don’t hesitate to leave an inquiry for further communication.

Urban architecture of Saint Petersburg, street view In Saint Petersburg By Car

In St. Petersburg, as throughout Russia, there is a right-hand traffic. Traffic signs are used in accordance with international traffic regulations. Where and how can to park a car? That’s probably the main question exciting for motorists in a foreign country. The main rule that can be distinguished is, if not prohibited, then it is […]

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Landscape view from the plane Interesting Travel Blogs to Follow

I personally like learning something new. Exploring unusual facts, wonderful places and interesting people is always a pleasure and pure joy. For instance, I am into checking travel blogs. Especially, during the time of worldwide “staying home” trend. Pretty much it is possible to travel all over the world by simply staying at home on […]

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The Winter Palace top view Explore Saint Petersburg Online

What if I tell that I got a surprise for you? To be honest, I really hope that your in-home routine goes well and you are in great health, both physical and mental. I also assume that many travelling plans are ruined already, and many of you who had a plan to visit Saint Petersburg […]

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Use delivery services during the quarantine Delivery services in Saint Petersburg. For those who stuck in quarantine.

Measures to counteract coronavirus infection in St. Petersburg are constantly being tightened and supplemented. Unlike other regions, we do not yet have a universal regime of self-isolation (it is forbidden to leave the house only to people 65 years and older). However, most Petersburgers are advised not to leave their homes until April 5, 2020, […]

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Boats on the channel of Saint Petersburg Russia Coronavirus: Updates from Saint Petersburg

COVID-19 ruined many plans of millions of people all over the world. And although I prefer not focusing on negativity, this pandemic is unfortunately our current reality that people try to overcome. For instance, earlier I shared some virtual tours of Saint Petersburg museums that are a great substitute nowadays. Today you will get to […]

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Ceiling in the State Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg Virtual Tours of Saint Petersburg Museums

Staying inside without being able to travel? Quite a common case considering the fact that the world is going a bit unsocial, but still friendly during the times of COVID-19. I will not focus on this topic, as there are many discussions, worries and updates out there. But there is one thing that I definitely […]

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Travelling with limited abilities still can be fun Accessible Attractions of Saint Petersburg

Generally, Russia is not among the most wheelchair accessible countries. However, such large cities as Saint Petersburg and Moscow have necessary ramps and elevators in some of their sights and locations. Speaking of Petersburg, its main reason for having just some limited equipment arrangements relates to the fact that most of the cathedrals and museums […]

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Toilet sign on the wall Public Restrooms in Saint Petersburg

As a private guide, I am sharing a lot of interesting information about different sights and tourist attractions of Saint Petersburg, including the Hermitage, magical white nights, city suburbs like Peterhof and Tsarskoe Selo. For this type of information, please visit WHAT TO SEE section. But today’s article will be about public restrooms in Saint […]

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Medical services in Russia Medical Services in Saint Petersburg

Saint Petersburg, Russia has a great healthcare system. There are both public and private clinics, as well as a range of pharmacies and ambulance services. The aid principle depends on the health problem and its complicity and urgency, as well as the availability of travel insurance. Below you can get familiar with the most common […]

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Exit sign Contacts In Case of Emergency

According to many forum discussions, Russia may truly sound and look scary for foreigners. There are worries about the language issues, some instabilities cause by stereotypes rather than common sense. Anyway, Saint Petersburg is not as scary as some might think. And when you get to know the system a bit better, you’ll feel even […]

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