Visa requirements for someone who is a British citizen with UK Passport, but lives in France for past 15 years?
by Nancy Wolff
I am a British citizen with UK Passport expires August 2026, but I live permanently in France now since 2006 with a Carte de Sejour. I am not a French citizen and don't have a French passport. What is the easiest way to apply for a Visa to visit St Petersburg this coming year either May or Sept, I wish to avoid high season but not be too cold.
I may be alone or with one other woman. I am 79 and retired, except for writing fantasy novels which I sell on Amazon. I haven't read your entire site yet a book deadline I just submitted it, but I know I would want a guide for some things and arrangements for travel within St Petersburg and surrounding area. Plus access to elevators in museums and other sites. My main interests are architecture and art and history reflected in art and architecture. I am also a passionate fan of the baritone Dimitri Hvorostovsky, especially his Russian folk and war songs even more than his opera yes I know he is dead. I would want to spend a week to ten days, even 2 weeks, to see most of what I am so eager to see, since I move more slowly and need rest stops more than I once did. I would be delighted to find new things to see as well as what I know of. Particularly if I am alone, I would make more use of your services. I can make my own airline and hotel reservations unless doing these through you is a better deal. I will read your website thoroughly. Also need latest news on Covid coming from France to St Petersburg. I have been vaccinated, and always wear masks indoors with other people around.
Thank you so much for your help,
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