Former Soviet States country guides

Ukraine motorhome country guide

Zhitomir autumn river scape Ukraine
panoramic overview of Kiev city Ukraine
lviv over view ukraine
fortress castle ukraine

Citizens of the EU (including British citizens) are allowed to enter Ukraine without a visa for a visit of up to 90 days from entering the country. At the border an ecological tax will be charged for your vehicle, the amount payable will depend on the engine power. Ideally visit in the summer, as the Ukraine gets very cold in winter. You must carry your passport at all times for identification; police must identify themselves before requesting to see it. Tourist information is available at

Russian Federation motorhome country guide

bolshoi theatre moscow russia
peterhof church golden domes russia
saint petersburg closed bridge sunset russia
summer evening night lanterns downtown moscow russia

A visa is required before entering the Russian Federation. If your passport has less than six months to run, you may be refused entry to Russia. All foreign nationals entering Russia must fill in a migration card. The card is in two identical parts. One part will be retained by the Immigration Officer on arrival. You should keep the other part with your passport; you will need it when you depart Russia and if you are stopped by the police for an ID check during your stay.