Vladivostok is a city in the hill, and the hill makes a perfect natural lookout with its breathtaking panoramic views of the city.
Eagle’s Nest is the most popular and
The vantage point offers a magnificent bird’
Here you will also find a monument of the creators of the Slavic alphabet, Cyril and Methodius, a mural of the critically endangered Far Eastern leopard painted by the South African artist Sonny, a friendship stone with Vladivostok’s sister city in Japan, and the Arch of Desires. If your time in Vladivostok is limited, a visit to Eagle’s Nest viewpoint will be your chance to see the city in the best light. Here, scenic views are offered at any time — day or night!
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Vladivostok is not one of those places that hibernates when the cold weather sets in. The city transforms into a winter resort where you can go skiing – and afterward relax in style. Come ready for adventure – just don’t forget to bring your sunglasses.
Prolong the summer, do a Momiji-gari, feel like Dersu Uzala, and become an expert in Pacific Russia Food.
Vladivostok, where vehicles are the main attribute of freedom and independence, has two privately owned Automotive Antiques Museums.