With a recent change in regulations on tourist visas to Russia, it is now possible to visit St Petersburg without having to organise a Russia tourist visa. So long as you are travelling to Russia for less than 72 hours and have arranged sightseeing, you do not need to get a Russian tourist visa. Our visa-free Russia tours take in the highlights of St Petersburg and also include a visit (via ferry) to neighbouring Finland and Estonia - so you can explore the fascinating European capitals of Helsinki and Tallinn, each with their own distinct character and charm.
If our visa-free Russia tours don't quite hit the spot, take a look at our seletcion of Russia group tours. We offer short tours of either St Petersburg or Moscow, twin-city tours that combine the sights of both St. Petersburg and Moscow, as well as tours that take in a bit of provincial Russia too, giving you a real flavour of the country.