If you’re planning to spend a holiday in Russia, then you must secure a Russia travel visa. And if you live in a country where you need an e-Visa to enter Russia, you must apply for this kind of visa at least 20 or more days before your travel time.
How To Enter And Leave Russia
With your e-Visa, you are restricted only at the constituency of the Russian Federation where you entered. If you wish to visit other territories, you need to apply for a permit. If you used an e-Visa to enter Russia, you will enter through designated checkpoints and leave through these checkpoints as well.
Air checkpoint is at Vladivostok. Maritime checkpoints are located at Vladivostok, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Zarubino, Krosakov, and Posiet. Their railway checkpoints are at Pogranichny, Khasan, and Makhalino. Finally, road checkpoints are at Turiy Rog and at Poltavka.
No E-Visa To Vladivostok
Vladivostok needs only a valid Russian visa to enter, no need to secure an e-Visa. This is where you’ll find the only port checkpoint in Russia therefore if you entered the country by port then you must still exit through this port.
Vladivostok is a major port in the Pacific and was once off-limits to visitors, especially foreigners. It was re-opened for tourism and soon became a vital tourist destination in Russia. Remember to check out the Zolotoy Rog, the Primorskiy Oceanarium and the Russky Bridge when you visit.
To be approved for travel to Russia, you must have an e-Visa if you live in countries required for this kind of visa. If not, a regular visa will suffice. Your passport must have at least six months validity from the date of application for your e-Visa. Your passport should also have enough space or pages for officials to stamp on.
Medical insurance that’s valid in Russia is also required. This type of medical coverage ensures that you will be able to get medical attention in case you get sick or experience a medical condition while in Russia. Without valid medical insurance, you may not be permitted to travel.
What happens when your e-Visa application is rejected? You may still travel using a regular passport without any restrictions given to e-Visa holders. An e-Visa is not equivalent to a traditional visa and is not a way to renew an expired conventional visa.