Welcome to Vladivostok

The rest of Russia slowly seems to be waking up to Vladivostok's potential as well. In 2016 St Petersburg's Mariinsky Theatre inaugurated its impressive glass and steel Primorsky Stage, while the Hermitage Vladivostok is due to open in 2018. Vladivostok buzzes with cocktail bars, excellent restaurants and a renewed sense of purpose – don’t miss the Far East's most dynamic and fast-paced city.

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Walking tour downtown of Vladivostok

Meeting with a guide on the Central Square of Vladivostok. A guide with a sign with your name. Duration of the tour is 2 hours. Your excursion begins with a story about the city and its history. You will see the Central Square of the fighters for the power of the Soviets, the building of the administration of Vladivostok, the stele of the city of military glory. Then you will go to Ship Embankment, where there is a monument to the pioneers, the museum ship "Red Pennant", the museum "Submarine S-56". Museums can be visited with a guide during the excursion. Entrance ticket to the museum is approximately 100-150 rubles per person. Next, we will walk 10 minutes to the railway and sea stations. Vladivostok is the only city in Russia where these two stations stand side by side. It is in Vladivostok that the Great Trans-Siberian Railway ends, the length of the route is 9288 km. The Maritime Station stands on the shore of the Golden Horn Bay, a two-minute walk from the railway. Near each sight there will be time to make beautiful photos.

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Epic Trans-Siberian Journey

Imagine trying to cover ground across Russia far west to far east – a crazy thought, huh? The solution: Get on the Trans-Siberian with us and watch this epic land glide by through the window of a comfortable train. After visiting the historic sights of Moscow, take the train through the Ural Mountains (and cross into Asia!) to Yekaterinburg, before heading to the heart of Siberia in Irkutsk and Lake Baikal. Learn about Buryat culture in Ulan Ude before heading to the coast in Vladivostok. The whole trip covers 9,300km (5,778 mi) and crosses seven time zones. Whether you go in the summer or winter, this trip is the definition of epic.