According to the assessment of Acting Chairperson of St. Petersburg Committee for Tourism Development Nana Gvichiya, the first Visit Petersburg office in Spain will provide residents with all the necessary information about travelling to St. Petersburg.
“The number of Spaniards, who visit our city for tourism purposes, is increasing every year. We hope that the introduction of e-visas, as well as upcoming major sporting events, will attract guests from Spain to our city”, said Nana Gvichiya.
At the Visit Petersburg office in Barcelona, you can get information not only about all kinds of trips to St. Petersburg but also about the rules for applying for an e-visa.
Marlene Rodriguez, Director of Visit Russia Office in Spain, thanked the St. Petersburg Committee for Tourism Development for close cooperation and expressed the confidence that the opening of the Visit Petersburg office in Barcelona will further bring St. Petersburg closer to cities of Spain.
The Barcelona office of Visit Petersburg will become the eleventh tourist representative office of the Northern capital of Russia in the world. Today Visit Petersburg has offices in Taipei, Hong Kong, Paris, Leipzig, Rimini, Mumbai, New Delhi, Dubai, Tehran and Tokyo.