“City Time” is a Vladivostok sightseeing bureau hosted by the renovated Arsenyev Primorye Museum and is run by a young, active team of enthusiasts and true lovers of the city. The bureau was created to revive the genre of urban sightseeing tours.
Vladivostok is a city that has something special for everyone: breathtaking panoramas, scenic landscapes, a combination of European and Asian architecture that reflects the crossing of cultures and human lives, and a busy atmosphere of a port city where Russia begins. Each tour offers a new perspective and outlook on life in Vladivostok.
“City Time” is popular not only among tourists but also among the Vladivostok residents, primarily because the tours are conducted by museum staff, whose level of knowledge on the subject matter is much higher than that of average guides. During the warm season, from May to November, the bureau offers walking and cycling tours, and bus tours are offered in the winter.
An adult ticket for a walking tour is 300 rubles (children and seniors — 200 rubles); and a bus tour is 600 rubles (children and seniors — 500 rubles.). Private tours are also available upon request.
If you liked this article, share it with friends:
Arsenyev Museum – Ulitsa Svetlanskaya (Svetlanskaya Street) – Hotel "Versailles" – Kinoteatr "Okean" (Movie Theater "Ocean") – Makarov Square – Ulitsa Naberezhnaya (Seafront Street) – Chekhov Square – Ulitsa Pervaya morskaya (First Marine Street) – Ulitsa Arsenyeva (Arsenyeva Street) – Arsenyev’s Traveler House (Dom puteshestvennika Arsenyeva)
This is the place where Vladivostok residents met the future Emperor Nicholas II with bread and salt upon his visit in 1891.
The old Vladivostok churches from different religious denominations. Some survived the revolution and Soviet power to once again become centers of spiritual and cultural life for the faithful.