Austria is considered one of the most advanced European countries with a well-established economy, a level of prosperity and a rapid pace of development. Nevertheless, even for the Austrians it is necessary to receive a tourist invitation to Russia from Austria. How can one not blunder in the preparation of documents, and enjoy the beauties of Eastern Europe?
Austria and Russia have been cooperating in many spheres for several hundred years already. To date, the Austrian Republic is the most significant investment player in Europe, and Russia is a very attractive and competitive state for foreign investors who would not mind to open their business here. Today in Russia there are almost one and a half thousand Austrian firms and organizations, therefore it is not surprising that the country is visited annually by a large number of Austrian citizens. But if you thought that a reliable business partnership between countries cancels the need to get a visa for the Austrians to Russia, then this is far from the case.
It does not matter whether you are going on a trip for personal interests, or to solve business issues, everyone should be invited without exception. In Austria, different firms can offer you the issue of this document, but remember that a company operating outside Russia can never give you a guarantee that the document will be legalized properly and that all legal formalities will be met.
We offer you to secure your trip, your investments and your personal time by contacting our agency, which not only can arrange for a tourist invitation to Russia from Austria, but also help in solving other formalities related to travel and all possible difficulties that can Arise on the road and directly during your stay in our country!
|Type of visa||The price||Processing time||Validation period|
|Tourist visa invitation||37$||24 hours||1 - 30 Days|
|Business visa invitation||373$||15 Days||3 Months|
|401$||15 Days||6 Months|
|430$||15 Days||12 Months|
|Private visa to Russia||Why We do not recommend using a private visa?|