Vladivostok
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  • Vladivostok: Cruise Trip

    1. Vladivostok: Cruise Trip

    Although not as well-known as Moscow or St. Petersburg, Russia's far-eastern city of Vladivostok is full of charm and unique culture. Stroll along the Vladivostok Embankment, the city's waterfront walkway where you can catch a glimpse of the fountain at its central point lit up in blue and green. Vladivostok lays on the Golden Horn Bay in Russia on the North Pacific. More than 9,000 km from the capital, this city is open to western and eastern influence. Its renowned Golden Horn harbor is Russia’s largest Pacific Coast seaport. Do you know that Tokarevsky Lighthouse is one of the oldest lighthouses in the city? From the boat, you will see three harbors in one: the fishing harbor, the naval base, and the commercial harbor. Your local guide will reveal secret stories about the Submarine museum- S-56, the history, and the culture of the city. Check out Vladivostok Fortress, whose placards...

  • Vladivostok: Visit to a Russian Dacha and Railway Experience

    2. Vladivostok: Visit to a Russian Dacha and Railway Experience

    Discover the everyday life of local Russians. The Trans-Siberian Railway railway was built in 1916 connecting Moscow to the Russian Far East and is the longest railway in the world, stretching an incredible 9288 kilometers. With your guide you'll hop on the Trans-Siberian Railway for a forty minute journey out of the city to the countryside to visit a real Russian Dacha.  From the train station out of the city you will enjoy a short trip through the Russian countryside, passing charming country houses, dense forests and a picturesque coastline along the Amursky Bay. You will visit a traditional Russian summer house called a dacha. A dacha is usually a wooden house consisting of one or two floors without much in the way of modern conveniences. The dacha is a unique phenomenon in the life of anyone who lives in the boundless expanses of the Russian Federation. At summer's peak, many Ru...

  • Vladivostok: Local Markets Private Tour with Lunch

    3. Vladivostok: Local Markets Private Tour with Lunch

    The tour begins with pickup from your hotel and heads via public transport to Vladivostok’s vibrant Chinese market. Arrive at the market, which is the largest in the city, and admire the impressive array of items on sale, from toys to entertainment, clothing, and food. As you explore, learn about the city’s Asian heritage and cultural influence. Mingle with the locals as you wander between the colorful stalls and soak up the unique sights and smells that fill the air. Once you’ve worked up a bit of an appetite, grab some lunch at one of the market's cafes serving traditional Chinese cuisine. Afterwards, continue the tour to the farmers market, where you can find a large selection of fresh fruit and vegetables. Listen to your guide share information about farming in Vladivostok and the seasonal produce available. By the end of the tour, you’ll have a better understanding of the city’s c...

  • Vladivostok: Romantic Tour

    4. Vladivostok: Romantic Tour

    Discover the romantic side of the charismatic city of Vladivostok with a local professional guide. Admire the beauty of the city with your partner on this romantic tour.

     

    Soak in the breathtaking view from the beautiful viewpoint of Orlinoye Gnezdo.  Hear about many historical love stories, hidden in the pretty old lanes, buildings, and parks in the city. Know about the heartbreaking and tragic to the hilarious or spicy stories of the romantic legends.

     

    Find the best place in the city for a date and where you can take the most beautiful photos. Discover how many couples were on the art object, Reconciliation bed. Admire the warm and welcoming vibe of the spectacular city of Vladivostok on a romantic ...

  • Vladivostok: Guided Walking Tour

    5. Vladivostok: Guided Walking Tour

    Meet your local guide and make your way towards the Vladivostok Railway station. Admire one of the oldest buildings in the city and the final stop of the Trans-Siberian Railway line. Continue your walk along the central Aleutian Street to the city center, where you'll get to see 19th-century mansions and buildings designed in the Stalinist style before hitting the main streets of Svetlanskaya and Pushkinskaya. See some of the city's famous buildings along the main street before getting to ride the iconic funicular of Vladivostok, one of the two funiculars in the entire Russia. The funicular ride offers stunning views of the city, and as you arrive at the observation deck in Eagle Hill, you'll witness panoramic views of the Golden Horn Bay — a sight not to be missed.

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