Vladivostok is a mysterious entity saturated with sea salt and wind.

It is a Russian city, but is it Asian or European? Is it the center of a new world, or is it an ambitious world’s end? It is a city that lets you go, but never lets you forget...

Every traveler finds his own meaning in what connects him with Vladivostok. You need to try it all to discover your own connection.

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Far Eastern Cuisine

Far Eastern Cuisine

Molluscs, echinoderms, crustaceans, cephalopods, and seaweed.

Russian Folk Gifts

Russian Folk Gifts

Khokhloma, Gzhel, scarves, birch bark, and Vladivostok master crafts.

The Arsenyev Primorye Museum

The Arsenyev Primorye Museum

Passing on the knowledge of the Primorsky region and preserving the heritage of Vladivostok.

USSURI BALSAM

USSURI BALSAM

Intensely flavored bitters, which include lemongrass juice, ginseng and extracts of herbs from the Ussuri taiga.

Moonshine Bar

Moonshine Bar

Here you can order a drink just like this: “I’d like to have something not too strong but that would get me tipsy, with a hint of bitterness and the smell of summer. Something exceptional... Like the moon, you know?” and a bartender will mix a wonderful concoction to soothe your mind.

Lesnaya Zaimka (Hunter's Lodge)

Lesnaya Zaimka (Hunter's Lodge)

They serve grouse here! «Lesnaya Zaimka» is a culinary and historical monument for the Soviet era.

Port Café

Port Café

Here, the taste of the Far East is in every dish, from appetizers to liquor.

The Vladivostok Fortress

The Vladivostok Fortress

The Vladivostok Fortress is a unique system of fortifications that is like no other in the world.

Matryoshka

Matryoshka

Eastern Secrets of Russian Folk Dolls. What foreign tourists do not know.

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Vladivostok through the eyes of guests and residents

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