Every city has its secret haunts, which are known and loved by the locals. Today we tell you about the places that have their own ambiance and are not to be missed if you visit Vladivostok.
Old clothing is laid out practically on the ruins of Fokina Street, given away by their owners to good hands at bargain prices. It used to be that Miliy Drug had a lot of goods fr om South Korea, which the owner brought in herself. Now it is a factory of vintage dreams and a fashion mongers paradise. And, true, it is also a useful place for one with more mundane goals.
Although the items have been worn, they are still quite nice. This is scrupulously attended to by the merchandise expert. The store occupies three rooms, and a huge sign hangs outside with the inscription «
It is a cultural and exhibition hall, and includes zones for coworking, exhibition and
Despite the fact that the creators of Ajaks consider it to be an ideal place for students to study and work, it is open to all. You only need to be issued a
Overall, it is a pleasant and relaxing place on the way to the beautiful waterfront campus, where in summer you can rent a bike or rollerskates. And, on the way back from Ajaks, you can recharge and have a few cups of tea or coffee with some pastries. Following the schedule, there are regularly held lectures, meetings and concerts. You can reach FEFU campus by buses 15, 29д, 74, 75, 76, 77э.
If you are tired of
You press the bell and wait patiently for the door to be opened, looking around in trembling anticipation of the sudden appearance of a
If you want to melt into one of the sofas in the dark cinema hall, go into a
Vladivostok’s vinyl jungle. It is one of the city’s most atmospheric places, wh ere records are sold, along with anything that helps them rotate and extract a pure sound. Here you can find rare Japanese editions.
And the store is happy to have any visitor, from regular customers to those who just came in to hear a song from their favorite performer. The staff is always open to an endless
There is a small bar with completely legal drinks inside Contraband. Here there are often performances by local bands, poetry readings and more.
The shop can be reached by antique transport: the tram (tram 6 departing from «Lugovaya» stop), which in spite of everything, continues to run on some of Vladivostok’s streets. On one of these you’ll find this mecca for collectors and enthusiasts of old utensils, including some from the days of the USSR.
The store’s assortment is periodically replenished, not only from the private collections of ordinary citizens, but rare specimens are regularly brought back from regular pilgrimages to both of Russia’s largest cities.
But most importantly, here you will find a lot of things related to Vladivostok and the sea.
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