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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What to do in Vladivostok during the spring

What to do in Vladivostok during the spring

Time to bid farewell to ice on the Sea of Japan and explore the city on foot, to delight in the colors of new life and be filled with inspiration.

USSURI BALSAM

USSURI BALSAM

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

The Vladivostok Fortress

The Vladivostok Fortress

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

Primorsky Aquarium

Primorsky Aquarium

You can live by the sea, take seaside vacations every year – but you will not uncover the sea’s deep secrets until you go into an oceanarium.

Restaurant SVOY

Restaurant SVOY

A "Lamp Light" restaurant with European and Far East cuisines on the main pedestrian thoroughfare in Vladivostok.

“Lozhki-Ploshki” (Spoons ‘n Bowls)

“Lozhki-Ploshki” (Spoons ‘n Bowls)

From borshch to honey cake – favorite home-style dishes of Russian cuisine.

Far Eastern Cuisine

Far Eastern Cuisine

Molluscs, echinoderms, crustaceans, cephalopods, and seaweed.

Port Café

Port Café

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

BRIDGES OF VLADIVOSTOK

BRIDGES OF VLADIVOSTOK

Introducing three bridges that remarkably improved Vladivostok’s landscape and traffic flow and changed the lives of over half-a-million people for the better.

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