Monument to Vysotsky
The musical monument to the great poet, singer and actor Vladimir Vysotsky is one of the newest point of interest in Vladivostok. It was installed in summer 2013 in a park in front of Gorky Theater, near the Academy of Arts. The idea of creating a peculiar monument was matured by the city administration for few years during which sketches of different sculptors were developed and selected. As a re

Tsesarevich Promenade
Located near the city center, between the bridge across the Zolotoy Rog Bay and Dalzavod, Tsesarevich Promenade is the youngest of Vladivostok attractions. It was opened in autumn 2012 and all at once became one of the most beloved destinations in the sea capital for walks and recreation among locals and tourists alike. The name of the picturesque promenade commemorates the Russian Emperor Nichol

Memorial Complex 'City of Military Glory'
Since 2010, Vladivostok has the honorary title 'City of Military Glory' that was given to it for courage, determination and mass heroism showed by city's defenders in the fight for freedom and independence of the Motherland. The namesake memorial complex, installed in summer 2012 on the central square, reminds about that and has already become one of Vladivostok's key sights. The 10-meter high Dor

Sportivnaya Gavan
Sportivnaya Gavan is a traditional for all seaside towns sea boulevard. It is one of the oldest and Vladivostok residents' most favourite recreation places. The first bathing huts appeared here long ago: in those times, Amur Bay's waters were famous for increased saltiness and were considered curative. And in the early 20th century, popular city market was located along the coastline. Fresh fish a

Julius Brynner Mansion
The light three-storey building that adorns Vladivostok's downtown is the Brynner mansion, which is rightly considered one of the most beautiful architectural monuments in the Primorye capital. It was built in the early 20th century upon the project of German architect Georg Yunghendel, whose architectural talent was incarnated in several more magnificent buildings that later became Vladivostok's

The Monument to Muravyov-Amursky
The monument to the East Siberian governor-general and Vladivostok's founder Nikolay Muravyov-Amursky is installed in the Park of his name, on the intersection of the Sukhanova Street and Lazo Street. It is one of the newest and definitely most important for Vladivostok's residents architectural sights. The bronze monument to the prominent statesman, who played the key role in the Russian Far East

Russky Island
Inimitable Primorye nature, blue sea, dozens of picturesque bays, majestic coastal rocks, wonderful beaches and a number of unique fortifications - all these are gathered on the Russky Island, the biggest one in the Peter the Great Gulf and the nearest one to the Vladivostok mainland. It is separated from the Muravyov-Amursky Peninsula, on whose hills the city stands, by the Eastern Bosporhus stra

Russky Bridge
The unique bridge across the Eastern Bosphorus strait connecting Russky Island and Vladivostok mainland is truly amazing engineering construction. It is reckoned among the largest cable-braced bridges in the world, whose 1104-meter long central span has established the record in the world bridge engineering practice. The question that the city needed a bridge that would link it to the Russky Islan

Zolotoy Bridge
Built within the framework of Vladivostok's preparation to hosting the APEC Summit in autumn 2012, the bridge across the Zolotoy Rog Bay has already acquired the status of renovated Primorye capital's symbol and became its true adornment. With the new cable-braced bridge - one of the five largest bridges in the world - Vladivostok acquired another attractive sight and simultaneously solved the vit