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To travel to Russia it is mandatory to have a visa, and to get it you will need a travel insurance. With your travel insurance you will have medical assistance and protection for your luggage up to 1.500 euros for loss or theft. Because traveling without worries is traveling better.
With AXA Assistance you will have the most complete insurance with all the coverage you need so you can enjoy the adventure with peace of mind. You will have up to 1. 000.000€ of medical assistance coverage. We never know when an unforeseen event may arise, so we want you to travel safely and be covered for any problem that may arise.
Remember that a simple fracture or emergency hospitalization can cause unexpected expenses. With AXA Assistance you won’t have to advance money, we take care of everything, we take care of you.
In addition, thanks to our agreement with Quirónsalud you will have a special price on PCR tests for being an AXA policyholder. Once you have purchased your travel insurance, we will send you a link where you can redeem your discount code.
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It is necessary to cross the road only in the allowed places: at traffic lights and crosswalks. First look around carefully and only when you make sure that there are no cars on the road, cross the road.
Outside the university or university town it is better to carry your passport, migration card or student card. Do not be surprised if the policemen ask you to show your documents. It is not that they have something against you, but this is done to ensure your safety. Since terrorism is one of the main threats in today’s world. Russia is actively fighting against its manifestations believing the safety of its citizens and tourists to be important. Therefore, there is no need to panic when checking your documents, it is a common rule to prevent crimes.
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It is important to keep in mind that the pandemic situation is changeable and the Russian authorities, as well as those of third countries, may change the provisions without prior notice. Therefore, it is the traveler’s responsibility to check with the Russian embassy and the embassy of the countries of stopover before making travel decisions.
It is also advisable to verify the pandemic situation before making a decision to travel, as well as to have sufficient resources to face flight delays or cancellations (both for the eventuality of having to purchase new tickets, as well as to cover unforeseen expenses for lodging and food for a stay beyond the originally planned).
It is very important to have a comprehensive medical insurance that covers the necessary care and to verify that it is valid in the Russian Federation, since private medical service is very expensive, especially in cases of hospitalization. Remember that tourists are not entitled to free medical service.
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The MAEC makes special emphasis in the section of visas and the state of the passport at the time of traveling. It is safe to travel to Russia, but it is essential to carry a proper visa, with a certain validity for the days you are going to be in the country. If this is not the case and your visa expires while in Russia, you will have to arrange time-consuming procedures and you will be denied a stay in any hotel. In addition, you will have to make sure that your passport is in perfect condition (covers well glued, pages not wrinkled…), has at least 2 free pages and an expiration date 6 months longer than the date of departure from Russia.
In case you are going to make night tours by train, as in any other country, you should be careful with valuables and always carry them with you. Also, avoid taking unlicensed cabs, as there have been some robberies and scams.
It is safe to travel to Russia, but you have to pay special attention to the bureaucracy. In addition to having your visa in order, when you arrive in the country you will have to complete the so-called immigration card. You have to carry it with you at all times, as well as your passport, as the authorities may require it at any time. In case of loss, you must go to an immigration office to have a duplicate made.