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Learn more about real Vladivostok and Primorsky Krai with experienced local guides and interpreters!
We offer you several one-day excursions, as well as make any tour at your request!
The Primorsky Aquarium, theatres, museums, restaurants, narrated walk around the city and shopping are waiting for you!
Local cuisine will satisfy all tastes! Enjoy fresh seafood and traditional Russian cuisine!
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In 2016, the Primorsky Stage presented its largest cultural project of the region - the International Mariinsky Far East Festival, featuring performances by international stars of opera, ballet and instrumental music from Russia, the Asia-Pacific Region, Europe and America. Based on the success of the First Festival, it was decided to turn this event into an annual summer music forum.
The theatre houses three stages: the Great Hall, the Chamber Hall and the Summer Terrace. the Great Hall of the Theatre is intended for major opera and ballet productions, large-scale symphonic and choral concerts. Built in a classical Italian horseshoe shape with four piers of balconies, the Great Hall can seat up to 1356 audience members. Modern stage facilities make it possible to stage the most technically challenging performances.
The Chamber Hall has a total of 305 seats. It is used for chamber opera performances, educational events, programmes for children and master-classes. The Chamber Hall interior in the shades of green creates a cosy setting, while its structure makes it possible to transfer the stalls and the circle into a unified space aligned with the stage, where the audience can be a part of what is going on stage.
The Korabelnaya Embankment is conveniently located in the downtown of Vladivostok. The history of the city began from this place when russian seamen from the famous transport ship Manchur were the first to land onto the deserted seashore in July 1860. Besides, there are numerous memorials and monuments here, including the memorial to the Military Glory of the Pacific Fleet, the legendary Submarine S-56, a 14-meter high obelisk in the shape of the full-blown sail, and The stone Triumphal Arch (built to commemorate the crown prince Nicolas II visit in 1891).
The stone Triumphal Arch, one of the most outstanding sightseeings in the city, is associated with the name of Nicolas II.
The V.K. Arsenyev Primorsky State Associated Museum is the oldest and the largest museum on the Far East and in the Eastern Siberia that is situated in city's historical center. Vast collection of valuable materials about Primorsky Krai's rich history and its inimitable nature is gathered here. Over 350 thousands of travelers from all over the world yearly come here to see it.
The Museum was founded in the late 19th century as the Museum of Amur Krai's Research Society. Its collections were based on original ethnographical and archeological findings, gathered by prominent scientists of the Far Eastern region. Swapping its collections with leading European and American museums, the museum became famous fast.
The museum also has a collection telling about life and culture of the Priamurye's and Primorye's native peoples. Its rarity is the full set of Itelmen's (native inhabitant of Kamchatka) military outfit, dated to the 19th century. Cold steel collection includes blades produced since the 17th century in Russia, the USSR, Japan, England, China, Indo-China and other countries. Its gem is a saber awarded to heroes of the Patriotic War of 1812.
The city railroad terminal was built in 1912, simultaneously with the Trans-Siberian railroad, which is the longest railway in the world and connects Moscow and Vladivostok. Today you can not only admire the magnificent historic building, but walk along the age-old block pavement that was laid on the train station's square for Tsesarevich's visit in the late 19th century.
The memorial ancient steam locomotive is placed on the railway platform in front of the train station, and there is the stela crowned with the figure of the two-headed eagle near it. The number 9288 is inscribed on the stela and identifies the distance between Moscow and Vladivostok in kilometers.
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Common route schema
- Airport transfers and all transportation according to the itinerary with private drivers and translators;
- The accompanied luggage to the hotel, you don’t need to carry heavy suitcases, our staff will do it for you;
- Accommodation at a remarkable downtown hotel;
- Lunches and dinners according to the itinerary;
- Unforgettable tours with experienced Japanese, English-speaking guides