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How visiting Russia changed since the fall of communism

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It has been 20 years since the Soviet Union officially disbanded but what has that meant for tourists in Russia?

Fast Track's Fiona Foster, who in the 1980s spent some time as a student in Leningrad - now St Petersburg - has gone back to find out what has changed.

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