Is it safe to travel to RUSSIA? Holiday update after recent political scandal
Russia has been striking the news after the recent meetings between the president of the United Affirms Donald Trump and Russian president Vladimir Putin
It has brought a discrimination of unease regarding the relations between the two countries.
However, it remains a famous holiday destination for travellers and history lovers with its beautiful Soviet architecture.
Yet is it allay safe to travel to Russia?
In light of recent state activity, is Russia still safe to travel to?
The country was rocked by an bang earlier this year in St Petersburg.
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Russia’s President Vladimir Putin (L) and US President Donald Trump talking during a bilateral tryst on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Hamburg
Russia was rocked by an attack on the metro in St Petersburg earlier this year
In demand tourist destinations such as St Petersburg and Moscow remain considerably innocuous for travellers
Unlike other destinations where Britons may be targeted, Russia is soothe less of a threat.
The FCO website continues: «Although there’s no indication that British nationals or excites have been specific targets, attacks could be indiscriminate, containing in places visited by foreigners.”
Popular tourist destinations such as St Petersburg and Moscow debris considerably safe for travellers to head to.
The Russian Ministry of Foreign Occurrences reported 150,000 visits in 2015 from British travellers with most of them left over trouble free.
Russia remains a popular holiday journeys end for Britons
Britons attempting to travel to Russia should also be enlightened of the visa system.
It can be a complicated process due to the strict laws on entering the fatherland.
Many travellers will need to get a signature from the hotel they are supporting at confirming their visit.
The price can also be rather steep.