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I've only once very briefly (one night) visited kaliningrad.
I was adviced never to go walking alone, and that you should go with someone who knows the city, and most importantly; speaks russian!
Luckily, i was able to get couple of co-workers that used to live there, to go with me.
Written Feb 26, 2008
Wherever I have stayed in Russia before, the hotels have always taken care of local registration. However, because the rules about registration are so inconsistent depending on where in the country you are, when the nice lady who checked my passport upon arrival from Moscow (where I was registered) never said anything, and when the hotel I stayed in never offered to register me, I (wrongly) assumed that registration was not necessary.
Result - I was dragged out of the check-in queue when I came to leave, and given a 10 minute lecture by a very angry pair of airport militia and given a 1,000 rouble fine. I was lucky to actually catch my flight.
Written Sep 23, 2005
Swastikas as here at the traffic sign can be found here but they are not painted by the German nostalgy tourists...
The German tourists you see here are mostly quite depressed and shocked.
Updated Apr 16, 2005
1 Review and 14 Opinions Arriving with 2 other Dutch guys at the reception of Kaliningrad Hotel an English speaking lady...