COVID-19 has ripped through the travel industry like a tsunami, grounding airlines, emptying hotels, halting rail and putting a stop to almost all business and leisure travel for several months. However, we are optimistic that recovery will happen quickly, and we are currently doing our best to provide safe and secure tours to Russia 2021. Here are our benefits:
- All tours are private
- All our vehicles are clean and sanitized
- Our drivers wear masks
- Our guides are all healthy with negative covid test results
- We providehand sanitizers, face masks and gloves for our tourists
- We don’t go to crowded places
- We buy special VIP tickets through VIP entrances to museum
In the near future, we believe people will continue to travel abroad, buy tours to Russia 2021 and come back to normal life.
For the international travels coming to Russia by planes or trains we advise:
- Wear a mask in public settings, including on public transportation and in transportation hubs such as airports and stations.
- Stay at least 6 feet (about 2 arms’ length) from anyone who is not from your household.
- Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds after using the bathroom and after you have been in a public place.
- Use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. Cover all surfaces of your hands and rub them together until they feel dry.
- Bring enough of your medicine to last you for the entire trip.
- The safest option is to bring your own food. If you don’t bring your own food, use drive-through, delivery, take-out, and curb-side pick-up options.
Last updates according to Russian visas :
Under the new regulations, citizens of 53 countries, including EU member states, China, Japan, India and Turkey, will be able to obtain 16-day, single-entry tourist visas online from Jan. 1, 2021, Kommersant reported. Foreigners will be asked to apply on the Russian Foreign Ministry website for the visas, which will be issued no more than four days after applying and will be valid for 60 days after issuance. The visas will cost about $50 for adults and will be free for children aged 6 and under.
Additional precautions to enter Russia in 2021:
The Russian government requires that all foreign travelers present a negative PCR COVID-19 test result upon arrival, dated no later than three days prior to arrival in Russia. Besides, mandatory temperature screenings and other diagnostic and protective measures are being implemented at international airports and other major transit hubs.
Are commercial flights operating? Yes
The Russian Government is allowing regular international flights to resume to certain countries, including to Belarus, Cuba, Egypt, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Maldives, Switzerland, Serbia, South Korea, Tanzania, Turkey, the United Kingdom, and United Arab Emirates. Limited numbers of flights are available to other locations. Air travel remains erratic and subject to cancellations. Aeroflot continues to have weekly flights from Moscow to New York.
Is public transportation operating? Yes
Wearing a mask is required on public transportation throughout the country. In addition, wearing gloves remains mandatory on public transportation in Moscow.