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Saint-Petersburg Sea Port
Saint Petersburg – The Capital of Sea Cruises
Saint Petersburg was created as a port city. The city makes a brilliant ensemble with the delta of the river Neva that flows into the Baltic Sea. Just as it was centuries ago, nowadays St. Petersburg port plays an important role on the Baltic Sea.
Saint Petersburg has always drawn much attention. However, in the past the city lacks the infrastructure necessary to receive cruise ships. That is why the construction of a specialized passenger port turned into one of the most important projects and in 2010 the new passenger port was constructed on the Basil Island.
1. MIR offers a wide choice of tours for cruise ship tourists that can last from 1 to 3 days. The packages that are printed in this section are the most popular and called-for, however upon request we can offer much more: it can be either standard individual and group tours or specialized tours designed according to the client’s wish, requirements, and taste. Please do not hesitate to address our managers.
2. All prices are given in EURO per person and include commission for tour operators. Please check the commission with our managers.
3. The order of tours can vary depending on the museums working schedule.
4. Cruise ship passengers can go ashore without a visa provided they:
-stay at the territory of the Russian Federation for less than 72 hours and only for the time of the pre-booked and pre-paid tours.
-have a guaranteed reservation of tourist services with certified local operator (like MIR Travel)
-have a tour ticket (voucher) issued by a certified local operator
-accommodated on board the ship
-arrive and depart with the same cruise ship
5. The citizens of the following countries don’t require a visa to the Russian Federation