Where can you go without a visa


Against the backdrop of problems with obtaining visas, especially to the states that are members of the European Union, Russians are increasingly interested in countries that do not require a visa at all to enter.

There are quite a few countries where Russians do not need a visa to enter. However, in some of them you can stay no more than three weeks, and in some - as long as you like.

So, according to Rostourism, from 3 days to 21 days Without a visa, Russians accept:

Brunei Darussalam;

Vietnam;

Hong Kong;

China;

Nauru.

Before thirty days You can visit the following countries without a visa:

Bosnia and Herzegovina;

Dominican Republic;

Indonesia;

Laos;

Macau;

Malaysia;

Mongolia;

Palau;

Seychelles;

Serbia;

Thailand;

Taiwan;

Federated States of Micronesia

Philippines;

Montenegro;

Eswatini.

Before 60 days Russians are accepted without visas:

Dominican Republic;

Cape Verde;

The Republic of Korea;

Mauritius;

Samoa;

Turkey.

Up to 90 days there is a visa-free regime in countries such as:

Abkhazia;

Antigua and Barbuda;

Argentina;

Bahamas;

Bolivia;

Brazil;

Venezuela;

Guyana;

Guatemala;

Honduras;

Grenada;

Dominica;

Israel;

Qatar;

Colombia;

Costa Rica;

Cuba;

Macedonia;

Maldives;

Morocco;

Namibia;

Nicaragua;

UAE;

Panama;

Paraguay;

Peru;

Salvador;

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines;

Saint Kitts and Nevis;

Suriname;

Trinidad and Tobago;

Tunisia;

Uruguay;

Fiji;

Chile;

Ecuador;

SOUTH AFRICA;

Jamaica.

Almost six months 180 days You can stay in Mexico without a visa.

360 days no visa required in Georgia.

And here is a list of countries where visa restrictions for residents of Russia do not exist at all:

Azerbaijan;

Armenia;

Barbados;

Belarus;

Kazakhstan;

Kyrgyzstan;

Moldova;

Saint Lucia;

Tajikistan:

Uzbekistan;

South Ossetia.

At the same time, for a trip to such countries as Abkhazia, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, South Ossetia, a passport is not needed. It is enough to have an “internal” passport of a citizen of the Russian Federation with you.

As for trips to other states, it should be borne in mind that the passport must be valid for at least six months from the date of entry into the country.

In addition, you should take out medical insurance for the duration of your stay abroad. In most countries, it is mandatory for a tourist to have an insurance policy.

Alena Bodrienko.

Photo by Sergey Kiselyov / Moskva Agency



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