Top museums in Vladivostok

Top museums in Vladivostok

One of the largest museums in Vladivostok and the oldest in the whole region, is the Arseniev Regional History Museum. You will find it on the Svetlanskaya street, at number 20, in the center of the town. The Fleet Military Museum in Vladivostok is located on the Korabelnaya Naberegnaya Street and the entry is done through a several meters long submarine at the end of which you will discover many warships and recreational vessels. The fortress dates back to the late nineteenth century and... [ read more ]

Top 3 historical attractions in Vladivostok

Top 3 historical attractions in Vladivostok

The famous Russian city of Vladivostok has many attractions, we could obviously enumarate more than three of them, but today we want to present you what we think that are the most important historical attractions, which are usually visited by the tourists that come here. The top 3 historical attractions of the city include the S-56 Submarine Museum, that can be visited by tourists on the street, the Monument to Soviet soldiers on the Bortsov Revolutsy Market in the historical center of Vl... [ read more ]

3 interesting tourist attractions in Vladivostok

3 interesting tourist attractions in Vladivostok

The Aquarium of Vladivostok is one of the largest aquariums in the world. Tourists who want to visit it, can find it in the downtown, on the Batarejnoj street, at number four. In the city center of Vladivostok, on the Pushkin street, at number 23 you can find the largest theater of the region, the Pushkin Theatre. Near the theater you can also admire the building of the Technical State University. The Vladivostok Railway Station was built in 1893 by the Russian architect E. Basilevsky whe... [ read more ]

5 things you should know before visiting Vladivostok

5 things you should know before visiting Vladivostok

The city of Vladivostok is a beautiful settlement in the mountains and the warmest month is August with an average temperature between 18-23 Celsius degrees. The lowest temperatures are measured in December and January and are between -5 and -15 Celsius degrees. The official language in Russia is the Russian. Most of the residents of the city of Vladivostok are people of Russian origin, the city does not have any other major ethnic groups that speak an other language besides the Russian.... [ read more ]

Tourist guide to Vladivostok

Tourist guide to Vladivostok

Near the border with China and North Korea, near the Muravyov Amursky peninsula, on the Mount of Kholodilnik lies one of the most beautiful cities of the Russian Federation: Vladivostok. The settlement was founded in 1860, earning the status of a town twenty years later, in 1880. The first buildings were erected here by the sergeant major of the Russian Navy, Nicholas Komarov, who was in charge of two officers and 30 soldiers. Over time, the Chinese have tried to expel the Russians from t... [ read more ]

Vladivostok, Largest Port City of Russia

Vladivostok, Largest Port City of Russia

The biggest Russian port city at the wild east on the Pacific Ocean is Vladivostok, great for walking wandering. Sopki are a long-dead volcanic hills. Very interesting buildings that rose from different levels and different eras all right in front of your eyes. Suddenly a shiny new casino is right next to a gutted wooden house at the foot of a Krushchevsky apartment block. Amazingly all these you still see sights of the sea and sky. Zolotoy Rog Bay Located at the end of the Golden Horn Bay... [ read more ]