Some of the world’s most well-traveled cities are in Russia. The most popular city to travel to in Russia is Moscow, which momondo users choose as their landing destination 5,197% more often than other cities. The next most popular cities in Russia are Saint Petersburg and Sochi.
Russia is full of notable places to explore, many with significant historical value to the region and the world. Some of the most popular landmarks in Russia are Red Square, Moscow Kremlin, Rosa Khutor Alpine Center, and Hermitage Museum, among many more.
The cheapest flights to Russia recently found by momondo users are $17 with S7 Airlines, $33 with Wizz Air UK, and $40 with UTair.
Russia has restricted the entry of all travelers who are not Russian nationals, permanent residents, residents with residence permits, airline crew members, diplomats, members of international organizations based in Russia, and travelers whose visit concerns the death of a direct relative. The Russian government allows entry of foreigners for medical treatment or in order to care for relatives in Russia. Travelers with a close family member who is a Russian national may enter the country, but must provide supporting documentation of their relationship. Travelers may transit through Russian airports, as long as they are not entering the country. However, from 15 July, the Russian authorities have started to lift some restrictions on international flights with some countries. You should check the latest on flights with your airline. All foreign nationals arriving in Russia are asked to provide one of the following (in English or Russian): -a medical certificate confirming you have tested negative for COVID-19 on a Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test conducted not more than 3 days before arrival; OR -a medical certificate confirming you have tested positive for the presence of COVID-19 IgG antibodies Travelers who do not provide the above documentation will be required to take a PCR test for COVID-19 at their own expense within three days of arriving in Russia. Since July 15, the Russian government no longer requires all arrivals to the country to remain in quarantine for a period of 14 days. Instead, arriving travelers will only be required to self-isolate if they develop symptoms of COVID-19 or test positive for COVID-19. If you are planning to travel to Russia at this time, it is recommended that you stay up to date on current restrictions and follow proper safety measures while in public.