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Vladivostok is located in the southeastern part of Russia and is the administrative center and seaport in the Primorsky Krai region. Vladivostok is easy to get around by tram, train, and ferry. It is filled with historic sites, restaurants, and cultural attractions.
Things to Do in Vladivostok
Learn about the local history at the Arsenev Regional Museum and explore the inside of the S-56 Submarine. If you’re an art lover make sure to check out the Primorsky Picture Gallery. If you’re more into sports, see a football game at the Stadium Dinamo. For dining, a popular restaurant in Vladivostok is Zuma, which combines European and Asian cuisine. For nightlife, have drinks at Billy’s Pub, Whisky Bar, or at Mummy Troll.
Day Trips Near Vladivostok
Take a day trip to Russky Island, which is about an hour drive from Vladivostok. On Russky Island you can relax on the beach or learn more about Russia’s history during the 20th century. Russky Island has several large forts, such as the famous Voroshilov Battery. Another day trip you can take while staying in Vladivostok is to Artem. Artem is about an hour drive from Vladivostok. You could take public transportation instead, which would take about an hour and a half. In Artem you can see the Temple of the Epiphany and see the exhibits at the Artyom Local Lore Museum.
Vladivostok has a variety of rental types. You can rent a large, three story house that sleeps eight or rent a studio in the business center of Vladivostok. Vladivostok also has hostels if you’re looking for a cheaper option. There are also hotels such as the Zemchuzhina Hotel and the Equator Hotel. Wherever you choose to stay, Tripping can help you compare all of the rentals in the area by price, ratings, reviews, and more. Book your Vladivostok vacation rental today!
Transportation in Vladivostok
Vladivostok has so many public transportation options that make it easy to get around. You can choose from taking the tram, ferry, bus, trolley, or train. There are also several car rental companies, such as Elit Car Rent and Avis Russia.
Popular Day Trips Near Vladivostok