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Flight is the fastest and most convenient way to St. Petersburg. The Pulkovo Airport is easily reached and not far from the city center. Most European countries have direct connection with St. Petersburg; flights from outside Europe usually involve a stopover.
It is also possible to visit the city by train via some European Capitals, like Helsinki, Warsaw and Berlin. There is also a fast and frequent railway connection between St. Petersburg and Moscow.
You may need a visa to come to Russia. If so, we will be glad to provide you with standard supporting documents you may need.
A Russian visa is required for nationals of most countries. However, recently Russia established a visa free regime with several European, Asian and South American countries. To check whether the visa free regime is applicable in your case, please contact the Russian consulate in your country.
To obtain a Russian visa, you first need to obtain an invitation (visa support) issued by an authorized organization. Then you should take that invitation to the Russian consulate in your country in order to obtain an actual visa. The Russian visa support is not an invitation letter from a host in Russia; it is a legal document including the traveler’s passport information and travel information. The Russian visa invitation can only be obtained through an authorized agency.
To obtain for an invitation, please fill in this form. Please, note that the procedure should start well in advance.
If you have any questions regarding visa issues, please, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Accommodation is at the expense of a participant, but DTGS’17 Team will be glad to find you a suitable accommodation upon your request at email@example.com
If your are planning to book accommodation on your own, please, keep in mind that DTGS 2016 is held during the tourist season in St. Petersburg, so all the arrangements should be done as soon as possible.