Where to go without a visa in 2016? (Part 1. Europe)

Where to go without a visa in 2016? (Part 1. Europe)

Everything you wanted to know about traveling to countries that have established a visa-free regime for citizens of Russia! Let our readers would like more great travel can be in 2016! Almost 300 amazing photos for your inspiration!

Belarus

Stay: 90 days

Documents: Russian passport or passport

Embassy / Consulate website: embassybel.ru

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What to see?

Minsk Brest Fortress, Grand Theater, Buinichi field Gostiny Dvor; Gomel Rumyantsev-Paskevich Palace, Gomel Palace and Park Ensemble; Museum of ancient crafts and technologies "Dudutki"; The memorial complex "Khatyn"; Shults city; museum "Ethnographic Belarusian village"; National Park "Braslav Lakes"

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Stay: 30 days

Documents: a passport valid at the time of entry; sometimes - a return ticket and documents confirming the solvency

Embassy / Consulate website: rf-bih.ru

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What to see?

Medjugorje: TvrdoŇ° Monastery, Trebisnjica River; Arslanagicha Bridge, Trebinje; Mostar: Dinaric Alps, Clock Tower in Pocitelj, peninsula Klek, Yablanitskoe Lake, Mount Hum; Sarajevo Latin Bridge, a waterfall on the river Pliva, Visegrad bridge, nature park "Vrelo Bosne", the river Neretva and the Drina, Monument Multicultural man

Macedonia

A visa is not required: up to 15 March 2016 (!)

Stay: 90 days

Documents: passport; voucher travel agency or a certified invitation to the host; medical insurance policy

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What to see?

Kale fortress in Skopje; Tsar Samuil Fortress; Ancient amphitheater in Ohrid; Stone Bridge in Skopje; Mustafa Pasha Mosque; Monastery of Saint Naum; Museum on the water at Lake Ohrid; national parks Galicica and Pelister; Lake Prespa; Lake Ohrid; Archaeological excavations Plaoshnik; Church of St. John at Kaneo, St. Mary Church in Ohrid; Clock Tower Saat Kula

Moldova

Stay: 90 days

Documents: passport

Embassy / Consulate website: rusia.mfa.md

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What to see?

"Old Orhei" Archaeological Park; Monasteries of Moldova; old gypsy quarter of homes in the village of Magpie; Chisinau: the National Museum of Archeology and History, the Pushkin Museum, Museum of Ethnography and Natural History Museum, and the plastic arts, the Arc de Triomphe, the statue of Stefan cel Mare

Serbia

Stay: 30 days

Documents: passport valid for all travel time

Embassy / Consulate website: moskva.mfa.gov.rs

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What to see?

Belgrade Fortress Kalemegdan, Terazije Square, Dungeon Gate, the Tower of Despot Stefan Bridge at Adi village Kusturica golubac fortress; Veliko Gradiste, Silver Lake, Franciscan Monastery, National Park Djerdap; City of the Devil; Tara National Park; Liberty bridge

Ukraine

Stay: 90 days

Documents: passport; sometimes: return tickets, proof of solvency and the receiving party invitation

Embassy / Consulate website: russia.mfa.gov.ua

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What to see?

Carpathians; Oleshkovsky desert; Dniester Canyon; Optimistic cave; Uritsky rocks; Tract "Stone Tombs"; Klevan; Tunnel of love; Waterfall spikes; Granite-Steppe Bug region; Lake Svityaz; Chernigov; Pidhirtsi Castle; Aktovsky Arbuzinsky and canyons

Montenegro

Stay: 30 days

Documents: passport valid for all travel time

Embassy / Consulate website: ambasadamontenegro.ru

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What to see?

Ostrog monastery; Skadar Lake; Boka Bay; St. Stephen; Mount Lovcen; Biogradska Gora; Bridge Dzhurdzhevicha; Durmitor; Cetinje; Tara River Canyon