Customized trips to The Imperial Cities
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RUSSIA'S WINDOW TO THE THE WESTERN WORLD
Moscow is the capital of Russia. With a population of more than 12 million inhabitants, it is an important political, economic, cultural and scientific center of Russia and the continent. On the banks of the Moskva River, it has World Heritage monuments such as the imposing Kremlin or the majestic bell tower located in the Cathedrals Square. It also has the most famous building in Russia, St. Basil’s Cathedral.
Capital of the former Russian Empire for 200 years, it was founded with the intention of becoming the “window of Russia to the Western world”. The city center, along with surrounding monuments, is considered a World Heritage Site. It has the Hermitage Museum, the main museum of the city and Russia, and one of the most famous and largest in the world.
Recommendations for your cutomized trip to the Imperial Cities
It is recommended to travel with caution.
Avoidance of certain areas is recommended.
Tightening of visa controls.
DOCUMENTATION AND VISAS
Valid passport in perfect condition.
An expired passport will invalidate the visa.
Different types of visas, depending on the number of entries and exits.
Caution with robberies in tourist sites.
Avoid illegal cabs.
Avoid risky or unguarded areas.
Homosexuality is socially reprobated.
Full medical insurance is recommended.
No vaccinations are required.
Travelers who need medication are advised to travel with it so as not to resort to the local market.
The official currency is the ruble.
There is no limit for the entry and exit of foreign currency. However, it is mandatory to declare amounts over 10,000 USD.
ADDRESSES AND TELEPHONES
Country code: 7
Spanish Embassies in both Moscow and St. Petersburg.
What to see in the imperial cities
The armory was in charge of the production, purchase and storage of weapons, jewelry and various household items belonging to the tsars.
Panoramic view of St. Petersburg. City also known as the "Venice of the North", due to its more than 400 bridges that cross the numerous canals that pass through it.
It is one of the largest art galleries and museums of antiquities in the world. The museum collection occupies a complex of six buildings located on the banks of the Neva River.
Summer residence of the Russian tsars, rococo style.
RESTAURANT GALLERY OF PAINTERS
It is a restaurant with a huge courtyard with stained glass windows and rooms like medieval chapels painted on the walls.