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International Relations

Welcome International Visitors

St. Petersburg welcomes international visitors to enjoy one of Florida's most popular destinations. From the city's vibrant downtown filled with museums, art galleries, shopping and excellent dining to the city's miles of waterfront parks and snowy white sandy beaches.

Contact the Marketing department, 175 5th St. N., in advance of your visit or stop by the St. Petersburg Visitor Information Center of the Chamber of Commerce, 100 2nd Ave. NE, #150, when you are here,  To receive information about our city's history,market statistics, maps, brochures from our museums, galleries and other attractions.  For information about Pinellas County contact Visit St. Pete Clearwater.

What is a Sister city? 

St. Petersburg is a member of Sister Cities International, a program created in 1956 by President Dwight D. Eisenhower. 

International Relations

International Relations Committee members serve a three-year term.  Committee meets every fourth Monday of the month at 4 p.m. in the City Hall Community Resource Room

If you are a St. Petersburg resident and interested in serving on the International Relations Committee contact the Office of Cultural Affairs for information.

  • Joshua Shulman, Committee Chair

  • Council Member Karl Nurse

  • Council Member Bill Dudley

  • Chika Berrios

  • Alicia Bryan

  • Peter Betzer

  • Linda Dobbs

  • Beverly Mitlin

  • Sharon Simms

  • Katie Ramsberger

  • Vito Sheeley

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