Visa Free Tours to Russia - Explore St. Petersburg & Moscow
Did you know? You may travel to Russia visa-free provided you have met the following conditions: you travel to / from Russia by a ferry from / to Helsinki and stay in Russia not more than 72 hours, i.e. 3 complete days. This is just enough time to explore St. Petersburg or even combine it with a short visit to Moscow. Read more about visa – free rules.
Our most popular visa-free itineraries are tailored for the needs of a short-term visitor to Russia. Our trips include all major landmarks in St. Petersburg and Moscow. You embark St. Peter Line ferry in Helsinki, spend an overnight onboard and arrive early in St. Petersburg to start your city exploration accompanied by an experienced local guide. You then spend the rest of your tour in St. Petersburg staying in a hotel or alternatively travel to Moscow. Return to Helsinki is also by an overnight ferry from St. Petersburg.
Russian city-breaks, tours to Moscow, St. Petersburg, Golden Ring and the Russian North - Kizhi & Solovestky Islands.
Start your Russian discovery with our carefully designed city-break packages. We have a variety of tours to suite various interests ranging from general knowledge and culture to specific areas as World War II and Soviet history.
Tours along the Trans-Siberian and Trans-Mongolian railway. Discover Russia, Mongolia & China. Naadam packages.
The actual length of the Trans-Siberian Railroad is over 9,288 kilometres, covering nearly all Eurasia. It's the longest railway on the planet running through two continents: Europe and Asia; passes through 3 countries Russia, Mongolia and China.
All Inclusive Russian river cruise holidays: sail between Moscow & St. Petersburg or along the Volga.
Based on our extensive experience in the region we have selected the most exciting routes served by the reputable Russian river cruise companies and all our river cruises are on modern comfortable vessels featuring traditional atmosphere.
Adventure and Discovery Tours in Russia - travel to Karelia, Kamchatka, Elbrus, Altai.
Go beyond big cities for a chance to discover great cultural and natural heritage of Russia. If you are ready to leave the beaten path for a new type of travel experience, your trip with us will leave you with unforgettable memories.
Visa Free Tours to Russia - discover St. Petersburg and Moscow.
According to the Russian legislation foreign tourists travelling on ferries may arrive in St. Petersburg without Russian visa for the period of 72 hours. Go Russia have designed various itineraries compliant with the regulations above and we invite you to visit St. Petersburg and Moscow arriving in Russia by St. Peter Line ferry from Helsinki.