Vladivostok Located on Russia's southeastern border just northwest of the Sea of Japan, east of China and DPRK, this is Russia's bridgehead in the Asia-Pacific region and the base of the Russian Pacific Fleet. Vladivostok is surrounded by the sea and possesses many long stretches of beautiful sandy beach. In the summertime, this is a cool and comfortable resort paradise. Should you come to Vladivostok for holiday in the wintertime, you can have the unique experience of the Russian sauna. The ocean nearby means that the city is full of seafood, where restaurants big and small on major avenues and in tiny alleys have all kinds of wonderful seafood dishes for you to enjoy. When traveling here, you should absolutely take the opportunity to have a seafood feast, such as the specialty king crab.
Standing on a high position overlooking the panoramic view of the Golden Horn, the continental shelf is like a curved horn, the hills on the shore covered with lush forests, and the green of the pieces cling to the edge of the sea. The water in the horns is full of ships and warships of various sizes. The buildings on the shores of the bay and the sporadic spires form the outline of the bay.
The Vladivostok Railway Station is the eastern end of the Siberian Railway. It is not so much a railway station as it is a symbol. There are 9288 double-headed eagle statues on the platform, indicating that the distance from Moscow is 9,288 kilometers. The overall Russian-style looks are also reminiscent of the representative creations of Russian architectural art in the 17th century, giving people a complicated and diverse visual aesthetic.
The Submarine C-56 Museum was a submarine during the Second World War. It entered the submarine and the various machinery, equipment and objects in the cabin were similar. The two walls of the boat cabin are covered with photos, pictures and text materials, and you can see the glory of the Soviet Navy. The Submarine C-56 Museum is located in front of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and is backed by the Russian Pacific Fleet Command Building, which has a strong historical significance.
Vladivostok is a temperate monsoon marine climate with cold and dry winters, early spring arrivals, and wet and foggy summers. Only in the autumn, the weather is fine and sunny, so you can adapt to the tour.