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Kalina Mall
  1. Kalinina, 8

Kalina Mall is the largest trade and exhibition center in Vladivostok, with a modern concept, design and a unique pool of tenants. Large federal networks, as well as international brands, including H&M, Zara, Marks & Spencer, and others are represented on an area of ​​48,000 square meters.  In the entertainment zone of the TV channel Kalina Mall, the 8-screen multiplex Kinomax and the rope Panda Park are represented. New formats for children and adolescents and the largest food court in the city (8 kitchens) with panoramic views of Vladivostok. The features of the Kalina Mall TVK are a singing fountain with an area of ​​25 sq.m and a glass roof with an area of ​​more than 1,850 sq.m.

Sedanka City
  1. Poletaeva, 6

Sedanka City shopping and entertainment complex is a complex with a total area of ​​94,000 sq.m (7 shopping and entertainment levels). Here you will find all the conditions for a comfortable family vacation: multi-level parking, a large food court (cafes and restaurants), as well as KidBurg entertainment center, Sharpay bowling alley with 15 tracks and a multiplex cinema. In the shopping and entertainment complex “Sedanka City” are: grocery stores; clothing and underwear stores; children’s goods and clothing stores; shoes, bags and accessories stores; hardware and electronics stores, mobile operators; jewelry, watch and accessory stores; pharmacies and opticians, medical goods stores; cosmetics shops; sporting goods and sports nutrition stores; home stores; specialty store; confectionery shops; catering points; entertainment centers; service companies; ATMs.

Friendship Vladivostok

Russkaya Street, 4

Friendship is a multifunctional shopping and entertainment center of inter-district scale. Druzhba shopping center has become one of the largest shopping facilities in Vladivostok. Dozens of fashion brands are waiting for you, everything for home and comfort, a large supermarket and a huge entertainment area with food court. You can park your car in a spacious parking lot.

Big GUM

Svetlanskaya Street, d. 33/35

The oldest and most famous store in the Far East with more than a century of history and traditions. At present, after the reconstruction of the head shop and branches, “Vladivostok GUM” is modern and unique a shopping center, with popular brands of clothing, accessories and cosmetics. The history of this unique enterprise dates back to 1882, when the Kunst and Albers trading house was located in a building constructed in the German Art Nouveau style according to the project of architect Junghendel.
In 2019, the Big GUM Trading House will celebrate its 135th anniversary. To date, the reconstruction of the historic building has been completed.

Maxim

Prospect 100 years to Vladivostok, 57g

In the Maxim shopping center you will find more than 100 fashion boutiques with bright collections of clothes and shoes, more than 17 jewelry and jewelry stores, cosmetics and perfume stores, home goods stores, as well as household and digital appliances. The center offers customers maximum comfort and a wide selection. For your convenience, there are cafes and coffee points, ATMs of five popular banks and a children’s entertainment center on the territory of the shopping and entertainment center. Free parking for 350 cars is always at your service.

 

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Port Cafe

St. Komsomolskaya, 11

In Port Cafe, the Far Eastern products became the basis of the entire gastronomic concept. Seafood, fish, taiga wild plants are cooked and served in a variety of ways: raw and boiled, grilled to a golden crust and slightly fried on a wok, dried, salted and smoked. Studying the Port Cafe menu, you find the presence in one dish or another of the notes of the regional kitchens: in scallop hyo and kim-chi soup – Korean, in a fairly wide use of sauces such as unagi or oyster – Japanese, in the way of cooking on a wok – Chinese and generally pan-Asian.

Novik Country Club

Island. Russian, p. Melkovodny, 2

You are met by a smell of a tree and  something tasty; on a spacious two-level veranda – sun bunnies and flowers, children play with cats, examine the marine life – scallops, oysters, trepangs – through the glass of the aquarium, which stands right here in front of the guests. Novik Country Club is not only a restaurant and a hotel, it is a rather large area near the sea. In winter, a free skating rink runs on the shore, holes for ice fishing enthusiasts are cut through. In summer, you can rent a catamaran or a boat, play volleyball and take a walk with the children on the playground to enjoy an appetite.

Seven Feet Restaurant

St. Lieutenant Schmidt, 17a

Both the menu and the interior of the Seven Feet restaurant are maritime-themed. The restaurant resembles a museum: unique exhibits are collected here: a salute gun of 1840, a cocked hat of an English officer, silver cups for winning the first yacht races in Vladivostok, starting in 1918, and much more. Even the staircase to the second floor resembles a gangway on a real ship! The menu includes sea delicacies: trepang, Kamchatka crab, seaside and Sakhalin oysters, trumpeter, scallop – all this is brought to the guest directly from the aquarium. Moreover, here guests are offered such interesting types of services as a boat trip on a yacht with a personal chef and a waiter, preparing a catch in a restaurant, a hiking menu for yachts with delivery on board and much more.

At Ogonёk

Partizansky Prospect, 44k6

OGONёK embodied the latest trends in the restaurant business: openness, naturalness and environmental friendliness. The author’s menu with an emphasis on local and seasonal products, a fashionable unobtrusive design, and all this is seasoned with a sincere atmosphere. A large open kitchen catches your eye, in which Yevgeny Bereznyuk and his team host it in front of everyone. The chef embodies the “farm” concept of the restaurant: he prepares from products grown in the Primorsky Territory. The most exotic dish for a tourist may seem brackish of cucumaria. The chef also offers his variations of world famous dishes: he cooks lasagna with Kamchatka crab, and ravioli – from black dough with red caviar and halibut.

Forest Zaimka

St. Makovsky, 290

The Lesnaya Zaimka restaurant, which welcomes guests of Vladivostok at the entrance to the city, was built in 1974 to adequately receive distinguished guests – Secretary General of the CPSU Central Committee Leonid Brezhnev and US President Gerald Ford. The first thing that impresses the guest is the design of the restaurant. The building is an interesting example of wooden architecture and, without exaggeration, can be called historical. In 2012, it was completely reconstructed inside and out, that is, it was actually rebuilt from Siberian larch (log diameter is 30 centimeters!). Now it is a bizarre eclecticism of wooden architecture of the 17th century and the Stalinist Empire in a modern reading. Much attention is paid to details – for example, in the Bordovy and Emerald Halls hang chandeliers, exactly copied from the chandeliers of the St. George Hall of the Kremlin. The highlight of Forest Recreation is local specialties: game, meat, wild plants, farm vegetables. The restaurant cooperates with the hunting farms of the region, which supply bear meat, wapiti, venison, wild boar, grouse and quail meat. he main dishes are prepared strictly according to Soviet technological cards, but the menu of two hundred items also contains current dishes in the fusion style, for example, a salad of cactus and marbled beef or hazel grouse with fruit in Cointreau sauce.

Jimmy! Jimmy!

Jimmy! Jimmy! – is the new modern restaurant project of Indian and South-Asian cuisine. The restaurant across the city Aquarium is got settled in a spacious light location of single storey Bengali house at Batareynaya Street. In the kitchen and in the hall are working friendly representatives of Mumbai, Deli and Goa. The menu is extensive and includes notes about traditions of Indian cuisine.

 

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Holidays

In addition to the following official days, many businesses (but not restaurants, shops and museums) close for a week of bank holidays between 1 January and at least 8 January. Bank holidays are typically declared to merge national holidays with the nearest weekend.

New Year’s Day 1 January

Russian Orthodox Christmas Day 7 January

Defender of the Fatherland Day 23 February

International Women’s Day 8 March

International Labour Day/Spring Festival 1 May

Victory Day 9 May

Russian Independence Day 12 June

Unity Day 4 November

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Moonshine

Svetlanskaya St., 1

Have a drink and talk! This is the main bar of the city: an intelligent audience and the same bartenders. Musical background – blues and jazz, cocktails – classic and author.

Bar RA

Jubilee Beach

Music and beauty. Seasonal bar right on the beach: in the evening, DJs from China, Korea, Japan and not only in the afternoon – a chill with a non-alcoholic card.

Mumiy Troll Music Bar

6 Pogranichnaya St.

The bar was really created with the direct participation of the group of Ilya Lagutenko. Live music and a good selection of cocktails every night. Minus – face control.

“Innocent joys”

Svetlanskaya St., 31 \ 3

Winery and restobar in the Old Courtyard of the GUM. A good selection of wines (750 types!) And creative snacks Kavisty will help you decide what kind of wine you need.

Syncopa jazz and cocktail bar

11 Svetlanskaya St.

Here, jazz, soul, blues or funk plays from records, and sometimes live! They accept cash only.

 Down Town

4 Pogranichnaya St.

A truly secret bar, which is difficult to find: it is hidden in one of the Arbat gateways. There is no sign. If you find, click on the call button and wait until they open. Inside the cinema, hookah and cocktails. Films are shown one after another. You can eat and even sleep.

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Intercession Cathedral

Ocean Avenue, 44

The history of the Church of the Intercession of the Mother of God in Vladivostok began in 1900: the church was laid in the cemetery, in 1902 it was consecrated.

Under Soviet rule, it was decided to abolish the old cemetery along with all the buildings on the territory. The Church of John of Kronstadt and the Seraphim Chapel did not survive, the Intercession Church was blown up in 1935.

The revival of the parish in the Pokrovsky memorial park began in the first post-perestroika years. Under the monument to Lenin, the preserved foundation of the original temple was discovered, which the main one for the reconstructed cathedral became. The construction of the Intercession Church was carried out from 2004 to 2007, now it has the status of a cathedral, open to believers.

The temple is located in the southern part of the park and is clearly visible from the intersection of Oktyabrskaya and Okeansky Avenue.

Services are regularly held in the cathedral, sacraments of weddings, communions, and funeral services are performed.

Open daily from 8.00 am to 7.00 pm

St. Nicholas Cathedral
  1. Makhalina, 30

The history of St. Nicholas Cathedral in Vladivostok began in 1905, when the construction of the church was approved in memory of the soldiers who died in the ended Russian-Japanese war. The temple was consecrated at the end of 1907, it had not only memorial significance, but also was a center of education – a school for ordinary children worked under it. Under Soviet rule, St. Nicholas Cathedral was closed from 1923 to 1972. At this time, the building was used for civilian purposes and quickly fell into decay. A kindergarten worked in it, then a toy factory was opened, for some time there were an art studio and even residential apartments in the premises. The Orthodox Church, the building of St. Nicholas Church returned in 1972, the restoration of the complex was completed in 1976. Now the temple has the status of a cathedral, services are regularly held there.

Open daily from 8.00 am to 6.30 pm

Pauluskirche

Pushkinskaya street, 14

St. Paul’s Church in Vladivostok is a monument of North German Gothic architecture, as well as the oldest church building in the city, built in 1907–1909 in the city center, on a hill near the Eagle’s Nest. In 1997, the church was handed over to the Lutheran community of the Far East, at the same time Germany included the church in the list of monuments of German culture abroad, in addition, the country partially financed restoration work. Now the temple is operational, services are held in it.

Organ concerts in the Lutheran church in Vladivostok have been held since 2006. Information about them is always available in the city event poster, entrance is paid.

Catholic Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary
  1. Volodarsky, 22

The Catholic parish in Vladivostok was officially founded in 1890. The first wooden church for parishioners, built in 1891, burned down in February 1892. Before the construction of the brick church, services were carried out in a prayer house. A permanent neo-Gothic red brick church was founded in 1908, but the work lasted several years, and the consecration of the Catholic Church (still unfinished, without towers) took place only in 1921. The temple became a cathedral for the Vladivostok Catholic Diocese. Since October 2015, organ music concerts have been held at the church. Now the temple is operational, services are conducted daily.

Synagogue (Beit Sim)

Street Ensign Komarov, 5

The one-story building of the synagogue was built in 1916-1917. Previously, the urban Jewish community could only use rental premises at the same address. The construction of their own building was carried out at the personal expense of community members, the initiator and one of the main philanthropists was the merchant L. S. Skidelsky. At the end of 1932, the Soviet authorities closed the synagogue and abolished the community. The building housed a club, and then a candy factory shop, which managed the premises until the early 1990s. The building was repeatedly rebuilt and expanded to the needs of the factory. Only the western and southern facades were partially preserved with the original decorative elements. The synagogue in Vladivostok received the status of a monument of regional significance in 1996, by then the building was already in a deplorable state and needed repair. The Jewish Communities Federation building was transferred in 2005. The grand opening of the synagogue after a complete reconstruction took place on December 18, 2015. Now the renewed synagogue is the center of Judaism in Vladivostok, including the educational one.

Open daily from 10.00 am to 6.00 pm

Church of the Assumption of the Mother of God
  1. Svetlanskaya, 65

The first Assumption Church in Vladivostok was founded in 1861. The iconostasis for the wooden church was made of ship’s sail; a ship bell was placed next to the church under a canopy. Under Soviet rule, in 1932 the cathedral was closed, and in 1938 it was destroyed. A civil building was built on the foundation, which then housed the school for some time. In 1997, the building of the former cathedral house was transferred to the church, which was part of the ensemble of the lost Assumption Cathedral. This building was restored and completed, in it the parish of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary was revived. The altar of the temple was painted by masters of the school of the Trinity-Sergius Lavra . The new temple bell tower was completed in 2010. Nowadays, the temple is operating, services are held daily.

Open daily from 7.45 am to 7.00 pm

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Russia is, one of the world’s great cultural destinations. Museums & Art is everywhere in Russia. Here is below some famous museums in Vladivostok.

Military Historical Fortification Museum “Vladivostok Fortress”
  1. Battery, 4a

The street exposition of the Museum of the Vladivostok Fortress includes: artillery and anti-aircraft guns, torpedoes, missile systems, ground mines, machine guns and mortars, a small parapet, memorial steles and a flagpole of the complex.

In the exhibition halls of the museum a historical and local history exposition is presented, including artifacts from the medieval period of the development of the Primorsky Territory to the present. The first hall is dedicated to the culture of indigenous ancient Tungus tribes and the state of Bohai, the following exhibition spaces tell about the military history and development of Vladivostok as a port city. Among the exhibits are many authentic ancient tools and objects of art, clothing reconstruction, historical documents, maps, photographs, and busts of military and political figures, weapons.

Opening hours: Daily 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Museum of the Pacific Fleet
  1. Svetlanskaya 66

The museum has over 40 thousand storage units: a rich thematic collection includes flags and banners, weapons, awards, personal items of sailor-heroes, ship models, as well as paintings by coastal painters.

The permanent exhibition is located in 11 rooms on two floors, with a total exhibition area of ​​407.7 square meters. The museum tours are devoted to the Russo-Japanese War of 1904–1905, the development of the Soviet Pacific Fleet, the exploits and fate of sailors during the Second World War and the war with Japan in 1945, and the modern history of the Pacific Fleet. No less interesting is the public exhibition of historical weapons in the courtyard of the museum.

Opening hours: Wed-Sun 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Museum “Submarine S-56”

Ship Embankment,

For more than 40 years, the famous submarine S-56 has been a museum, and the interior has been converted for exposure. In the stern of the boat, the mechanisms are dismantled and an exposition dedicated to the submarine forces of the Pacific Fleet is located. The central and bow compartments of the submarine retained their appearance unchanged, and in the first compartment you can even see the torpedo ammunition. The exposition also includes the model of the first combat submarine “Dolphin”, which took part in the Russian-Japanese war at the beginning of the twentieth century. The museum presents not only archival documents and models, but also the personal belongings of the S-56 crew and its commander.

Opening hours: Wed-Sun 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Museum-Ship “Red Pennant”

Ship Embankment,

The ship was originally assembled as a yacht for the administration and bore the name “Admiral Zavoyko”, launched at the St. Petersburg shipyard in 1910. Almost a year later the ship was already in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, where it was operated for administrative and civil needs, including transporting passengers. The yacht was transferred to the subordination of the military department with the outbreak of the First World War. In the following revolutionary years, “Admiral Zavoyko” went from red to white and vice versa, for two years he was even evacuated in Shanghai. The class of the patrol ship was assigned to the former yacht in 1923, and the vessel was put into service under the new name – “Red Pennant”. In the 1920s, the Red Pennant was repeatedly involved in coastal battles with the White Guards, participated in research expeditions, and was one of the first to be included in the Pacific Fleet, newly formed in 1932. During the Second World War, the crew of the “Red Pennant” performed missions to detect and trawl mines, for which he was awarded military orders. Off the coast of Vladivostok, the “Red Pennant” was moored in 1958, and a museum is located in its premises. In the future, the ship-museum left the pier at the Ship Embankment only in 2014 – at the time of the scheduled repair, which lasted almost 3 months. Now the Red Pennant Museum is a popular sightseeing site

Opening hours: Wed-Sun 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

House-Museum of the Traveler Arseniev
  1. Arsenyev, 7b

An outstanding traveler and explorer, famous writer Vladimir Klavdievich Arsenyev lived with his family in this brick house built in the early 20th century. Thanks to his work in various scientific fields (geology, geography, toponymy, cartography, biology, archeology, ethnography, history and others), the Ussuri Territory, still unknown to the world, was discovered.
Opening hours: Daily 10:00 am – 7:00 pm

Seaside State Museum named after Arseniev
  1. Svetlanskaya, 20

The Seaside Museum is named after the traveler and scientist Vladimir Klavdievich Arsenyev, and often the inhabitants of Primorye are simply called the Arsenyev Museum. The Seaside State Museum named after Arsenyev is the largest museum in the region. The extensive collection includes historical, ethnographic, regional studies and archaeological collections. The main building of the museum is an architectural monument of the 20th century, formerly a tenement house. The Primorsky Museum of Local Lore is the first museum of this subject in the Far East. It was founded in 1884. It was originally called the Museum of the Society for the Study of the Amur Region. The collections became available for viewing to ordinary visitors in 1890. In 1945, the museum received its modern name.
Opening hours: Daily 10:00 am – 7:00 pm

House of Officer Sukhanov
  1. Sukhanova, 9th

The only museum of the tsar’s official in Russia and one of the few surviving wooden mansions of the 19th century in Vladivostok. For a quarter of a century, this house was the home of the family of the senior adviser to the Primorsky regional government, Alexander Vasilievich Sukhanov, who received in 1891 a valuable gift from the hands of Tsarevich Nikolai himself – a portrait and a gold nameplate of the Bure company “for excellent condition of roads and order in the district”. Today, the museum shows the daily life of the family of a Russian official at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries and reveals the difficult fate of people at critical moments in history using the example of the Sukhanovs and their children.
Opening hours: Daily 10:00 am – 7:00 pm

City Museum
  1. Peter the Great, 6

The first building, built specifically for the museum of the Society for the Study of the Amur Region, the first scientific society on the Pacific coast of Russia, founded in 1884. The first museum in the whole vast Siberia at that time was open to the public at the end of September 1890. Originally aimed at regional studies, today the museum is a collector of the unique history of the Sea City.
Opening hours: Daily 10:00 am – 7:00 pm

Museum of Automotive
  1. Sakhalinskaya, 2a

At a permanent exhibition in the Vladivostok Museum presented retro cars and motorcycles – Soviet and foreign, more than 50 exhibits. The exposition is located in six rooms on the exhibition area of ​​1000 square meters. m. The collection contains authorship of the Second World War, including captured German and Japanese motorcycles, cars of the 1950s, late Soviet technology. A separate place is occupied by the exhibition dedicated to the legends of seaside motorsport. On the walls of the museum are photographs of old Vladivostok, posters from the time of the USSR and information stands with historical facts.
Opening hours: Daily 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Seaside Art Gallery

Aleutskaya Street, 12

The art gallery in Vladivostok was founded in 1965, a year later it received its first visitors.

The permanent exhibition contains more than 150 masterpieces of Russian and foreign art, the most famous are paintings by Repin, Aivazovsky, Serov. Also in the gallery you can see icons, canvases by European masters of the 16th – 20th centuries, paintings by Soviet artists, regional works by seaside painters. Most of the works were transferred from the collections of the largest St. Petersburg and Moscow art museums.

Opening hours: Tue-Sun 10:00 am – 7:00 pm

Arsenev Regional Museum

This recently redone museum dates from 1890 and offers three floors of galleries, although there’s little in the way of English labelling. Exhibits delve into local history, covering early explorers of the region,

Gorky Primorsky Theater
  1. Svetlanskaya, 49

The Primorsky Theater pleases its viewers with a diverse repertoire. From children’s tales to heroic tragedies. Performances include classic works by domestic and foreign authors. A striking difference between the theater in the combination of musical and dramatic art. Undoubtedly a strong cast and deep study of the characters. Often other Russian and foreign troupes come here on tour.

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Opera and Ballet Theater in Vladivostok (Primorsky Stage of the Mariinsky Theater)
  1. Fastovskaya, 20

Most of the theater’s repertoire consists of classical productions of world famous opera performances and ballet. The opera repertoire of the Primorsky Theater includes such productions as: “Carmen”, “Rigoletto”, “La Traviata”.

Among the ballet performances are such legendary shows as: “The Nutcracker”, “Sleeping Beauty”, “Giselle”.

To familiarize children with contemporary art, the following are held: the symphonic fairy tale “Peter and the Wolf”; performances from the series “Music of Sand Tales” for children 3–8 years old (for example, “The Snow Queen” and “Christmas Ray”), operas based on fairy tales (“The Tale of Tsar Saltan”).

The theater hosts evenings of ancient and modern choreography (production of The Firebird), one-act ballets (Bambi. In the Jungle), and concerts of symphonic music.

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  1. Peter the Great, 8

The Puppet Theater has been conducting foreign touring activities since 1989, and has been acting as the organizer of theater festivals since 1996. Theater artists work with dolls of various types and sizes. The main repertoire is fairy tales for children from 3-5 years. The repertoire developed over the years includes productions of Russian and foreign classics for children, folklore works (including French, Arabic, Tatar, etc.), and modern fairy tales. There are two stages in the theater – the Main one, where most of the performances are staged, and the Small one, suitable for chamber productions for the youngest spectators from 3 years old.

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Primorsky Regional Drama Youth Theater

Svetlanskaya Street, 15A

A significant proportion of the current repertoire of the Youth Theater in Vladivostok consists of performances based on literary classics familiar to everyone from school and staging fairy tales for children. The theater often pleases the Vladivostok audience with interesting premieres and festival performances. Now presents 29 different performances.

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Primorsky Regional Philharmonic

Svetlanskaya street, 15

The leading groups of the Primorsky Philharmonic are the symphony orchestra, the history of which began even before the founding of the philharmonic, and the pop orchestra created in 2014. In the Great Hall, designed for 626 seats (140 of them are on the balcony), famous Russian and foreign music groups often tour, classical festivals, solo and choral performances, and creative meetings are held. A small hall for 120 people often becomes a venue for concerts for children, musical evenings and even holiday programs.

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Good Ice Cream Day

For you in the program:

  • wonderful concert program;
  • Amazing shows: Soap bubbles, Cryo shows, etc .;
  • Unusual spectacles: “Mirror People”, “Fixies” and funny animators;
  • Master classes: Robotics, Mosigra, gingerbread painting, ice cream drawings and much more;
  • Face painting;
  • Bright photo zones;
  • Quest and contests;
  • Many, many gifts;
  • Handicraft Fair.

And a lot of interesting things.

Fitness Festival “Start of Champions”

Guests and participants of the festival are waiting for:

  • Functional training competitions;
  • Fun entertainment and fitness fair for children and their parents;
  • Master classes;
  • Food zone;
  • A raffle of gifts, as well as themed areas.
Arrival of cruise ships in Vladivostok

The arrival of a cruise ship in Vladivostok is perceived personally, as if the guests were received not by the city, but directly by you. Many Vladivostok residents come to the seaport to watch a magnificent ship enter the port and meet it on the pier. In fact, this is such a touching moment, when all passengers are going to wave the townspeople a hand on the deck, and they wave to them in response with all the sincerity of their feelings. Seeing before your eyes a cruise ship, huge, like a house, and magnificent, like a palace, is really impressive. Almost every month, except June, Vladivostok will receive three large sea liners with tourists on board. And on April 22, two passenger giants moored at once in Vladivostok – the Dutch Westerdam and the Italian Costa NeoRomantica.  Vladivostok in its regularly scheduled roundtrip itineraries.

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Amusement Park “Carousel”
  1. Battery, PKiO “Carousel”

Entrance to the territory is free, and inside there will be entertainment for visitors of all ages. The zone for kids is equipped with slides, labyrinths, swings and other game elements. Park is the winner and the winner of the VIII contest “CRYSTAL WHEEL-2010” among the amusement parks of Russia  For older children, carousels, trampolines of various designs and a race track are designed. Thrill-seekers will enjoy extreme rides. The circle of people wishing to receive a dose of adrenaline is limited by age (older than 13 years) and growth (not lower than 140 cm). You can check your accuracy in the classic shooting range, shooting from air rifles, or in a high-tech interactive laser tag.

Mode of Operation: Weekdays from 10:00 am to 9:00 pm, weekends from 10:00 am to 10:00 pm.

Ticket Price: The entrance is free.

Fantasy Park in Vladivostok

Ave. 100th anniversary of Vladivostok, 105a

The Amusement Park “Fantasy” provides a huge number of attractions for visitors of different ages. There are about 30 of them in the park. All carousels and attractions are grouped into three categories: children’s, extreme and family. It is known that in winter the Fantasia amusement park also offers entertainment – residents of Vladivostok can visit the skating rink, which is flooded in the park. There is also a rental point near the rink where you can choose the right skates. It is known that in winter the Fantasia amusement park also offers entertainment – residents of Vladivostok can visit the skating rink, which is flooded in the park. There is also a rental point near the rink where you can choose the right skates.

Mode of Operation: Daily from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm

City of Professions “KidBurg”
  1. Poletaeva, 6D

KidBurg is an interactive park of the federal network located in Vladivostok in the Sedanka City shopping center. In total, the park’s sites are a “real world model” with the possibility of building a career and getting the first salary for young visitors. The main feature of the park is its stations, where children from 1.5 to 14 years old can learn their favorite specialty and gain their first professional skills.

Mode of Operation: Daily from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm

Panda Park

Kalinin Street 8

Panda Park in Vladivostok is a place for family and extreme relaxation for visitors of all ages, located in the Kalina Mall TVC. The territory of the park is a covered arena equipped with numerous climbing structures. Each rope route in “Panda Park” consists of numerous obstacle courses – both adults and children can overcome them. It is known that in the “Panda Park” there is a rope track for visitors with a variety of climbing skills.

Mode of Operation: Daily from 10:00 am to 10:00 pm

Einstein Museum of Entertaining Sciences
  1. Batareynaya, 2

The Einstein Children’s Entertainment Museum in Vladivostok opened in April 2016. The permanent exhibition at the Vladivostok Museum of Entertaining Sciences is interactive: exhibits created to demonstrate the laws of physics, chemistry, and biology are allowed to be touched and put into action.

Mode of Operation: Daily from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm

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Seaside Aquarium

Academician Kasyanov, 25

The Primorsky Aquarium opened on September 6, 2016, and since then it has become very popular with Vladivostok residents and visitors. The building of the Primorsky Aquarium was built in the form of a huge beautiful white shell with an area of ​​more than 37,000 square meters. About 15,000 cubic meters of water splash in his aquariums! And the largest aquarium took an honorable third place in the world!

On the territory of the building of the oceanarium with an area of ​​five football fields, there are 135 different aquariums, ranging in size from small to large. In one of the largest, an amazing 70-meter tunnel with a width of 2.5 m is equipped, through which visitors can pass, admiring a variety of fish.

The amazing rooms of the aquarium are divided into 9 thematic expositions, in which representatives of all the oceans of the earth and numerous representatives of freshwater reservoirs live. In a separate wing of the shell building there is a wonderful dolphinarium with a capacity of up to 800 spectators, in which charming artists perform – dolphins, seals, belugas and walruses.

Mode of Operation: Tue-Sun from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm

Demonstration performances in the dolphinarium are held at 11:00 and at 15:00

Seaside Safari Park

Shkotovsky district, urban settlement Shkotovo, 39th km. state roads Vladivostok-Nakhodka

The uniqueness of the Seaside Safari Park (also known as the “Shkotovsky Safari Park”) lies in the fact that only animals living in the Primorsky Territory can be seen here. An exception is the new Lion Park, where you can see exotic wild cats. In total, over 70 species of animals are represented in the Safari Park in Shkotovo. A large territory is arranged in such a way that guests do not see animals through bars, without glasses and ditches. However, guides are always accompanying visitors throughout the territory. Near the park there are cafes and houses where you can spend the night. The total area of ​​the Safari Park of the Primorsky Territory is 16 hectares. One of the main tasks of the park is to help animals with problems: those who are left without parents, sick, wounded who cannot survive on their own in nature. At the same time, after recovery and successful rehabilitation, animals are returned to their natural habitat.

Mode of Operation: Daily from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm

Ticket Price the Safari Park has 3 tours (each is paid separately)

1st tour: Tiger Park – Park hoofed animals – leopards Park – Park Himalayan bears.

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Due to the monsoon climate, summer is hot and humid; and winter is usually dry and cold. The summer season in different parts of Primorye varies due to the large span of the region, and also because of the Sikhote-Alin mountain range that divides its territory into unequal western and eastern parts. Summer and fall are usually delayed, and winter is very cold and harsh for such low latitudes because of the winter monsoon that brings cold continental air.

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The mountain tram

The mountain tram in Vladivostok attracts many tourists, including due to the stunning views of the bay and the famous cable-stayed bridge. It is especially colorful here in the evening when the city lights and the illumination of the bridge across the bay are lit. Locals use the funicular as regular public transport. Despite the short duration of the journey, it greatly facilitates the climb uphill to low-mobility citizens. The Vladivostok funicular serves passengers year-round, from 7:00 to 20:00. Two cars – red and blue, the duration of parking at the stations is up to 3 to 5.5 minutes. The climb is close; the view from the wagons is beautiful. There are no benefits and discounts.

Where Is The Funicular In Vladivostok? St. Pushkinskaya – st. Sukhanova

The Golden Bridge in Vladivostok (Cable-stayed Bridge across the Golden Horn)

The length of the Golden Bridge in Vladivostok is 1388 meters, the total length of the bridge crossing is 2100 meters. Bridge height: main span – 737 meters, pylons – 226 meters. The design is designed for gusts of wind up to 47 m / s (hurricanes). For residents of Vladivostok and tourists, the Golden Bridge has long become one of the symbols of the city – along with a bridge to the Russky Island. He is actively photographed from the promenade, and one of the best views opens from the observation deck of the Eagle’s Nest hill, which can be reached by funicular.

Russian bridge

The Vladivostok Bridge to Russky Island – one of the main attractions of the city, is the world’s longest cable-stayed bridge in terms of span and second in height. The length of the bridge to Russky Island is 3.1 km; 1.104 km of the main span. The height of the structures is 321 m. The bridge clearance is 70 m.

Botanical Garden Institute of the Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences

The Vladivostok Botanical Garden remains a popular sightseeing site and a major conservation, research center. About 90% of its territory is occupied by plants typical of the Ussuri taiga, ecological trails have been created in the park – routes that allow you to see protected forests without interference in nature. About 800 plant species were collected at the exposition plots, most of them are representatives of the Far Eastern flora. Herbarium collection of the center has 120 thousand sheets.

Opening Hours: Tue-Sun 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Observation deck on the Eagle’s Nest

Eagle’s Nest hill, DVGTU viewpoint

Fell Eagle’s Nest in Vladivostok – the highest point in the historical part of the capital of Primorye. Geologically, the hill, like other peaks of Vladivostok, belongs to the Sikhote-Alin mountain range (southern part). The height of the Eagle’s Nest hill with a viewing platform is 199 meters. Vladivostok, standing on the hills, looks especially impressive from the height of one of them. The relief of the city from above is a visiting card of Vladivostok. Visitors to the observation deck enjoy panoramic views of the Golden Horn Bay, Russky Island, the famous cable-stayed bridges, as well as the historical part of the city, built up at the beginning of the 20th century. Romantics for marine species are added by numerous ships in the port and green islands in the Sea of ​​Japan. It is from the observation deck on the Eagle’s Nest that make spectacular pictures of the Golden Bridge and the bay. This is one of Vladivostok’s most visited tourist attractions.

Youth Lake (Chan)

District Morgorodka,

Fresh Lake Yunost in the Morgorodka area in Vladivostok is better known as Lake Chan. This body of water is relatively small and has an almond-shaped shape: its length is about 400 meters and its width does not exceed 160 meters. On the northeastern shore of Lake Chan there is a youth complex, a walking and tourist route (a coastal path 970 meters long).

Tokarevsky lighthouse (Egersheld Lighthouse)

Tokarevskaya cat

Tokarevsky lighthouse (the official name is Egerscheld lighthouse, also known as the Tokarevsky cat lighthouse) is one of the oldest lighthouses in Vladivostok. The lighthouse was erected in 1876 at the tip of the Tokarev cat, an artificially laid dam on a narrow shallow that leads from the southern part of the coast of Vladivostok to a small island. Lighthouse Tokarevskaya cat in Vladivostok has a height of 11.9 meters, is installed on an octagonal foundation. Its range is 12 miles. The lighthouse is currently operational. But he gained popularity among tourists due to his photogenicity and the fact that the mainland ends here and the Sea of ​​Japan begins – part of the Pacific Ocean. During low tide, you can easily reach the Egerscheld lighthouse over the shallows; during high tide you have to wet your feet, as sometimes water reaches the ankles. Take care of waterproof or replaceable shoes.

Hermitage Vladivostok

This gorgeous tsarist-era building in the centre of Vladivostok is the latest big cultural institution to open a Far Eastern campus. Once complete, the fully renovated building will host temporary exhibits.

S-56 Submarine

Perched near the waterfront, the S-56 submarine is worth a look. The first half is a ho-hum exhibit of badges and photos of men with badges (all in Russian).

Popov Island

Just beyond Russky Island, Popov Island is better regarded for its beaches and filled with many guesthouses and dachas. You’ll probably need to stay overnight if you head out here, as there is only one boat per day …

Sportivnaya  Harbour

This charming harbor is a lovely place to wander along the seafront and is a popular place for locals on the warm summer nights. Its walkway extends some distance in both directions and includes several piers and s…

Antique Automobile Museum

If you’re a bit of a car (or Soviet) nerd, the Antique Automobile Museum is an absolute classic.