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

Pokrovsky Park
The Pokrovsky Park is the green oasis at Vladivostok's center and one of Primorye capital's locals' and guests' most favourite recreation places. Youth, families with little kids and elderly couples come here to stroll along its shady alleys and rest from the town fuss. Park's unusual and mysterious history adds some attractiveness to it. In the late 19th century, the territory of the modern Pokro

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

Islands in the Peter the Great Gulf
The Peter the Great Gulf - the largest and the most picturesque one in the Japanese Sea - is famous for its azure bays, fantastic underwater landscapes, clean beaches and rocky capes of unimaginable forms. Its main treasure, however, is a number of mysterious islands that are peculiarly scattered in the sea waters. Some of them are famous for their role in the Primorsky Krai's history, others - fo

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

Lazurnaya Bay (Shamora)
The picturesque Lazurnaya Bay with its large sandy beach, healing air, fabulous sea landscapes and developed infrastructure rightly enjoys the status of one of the most popular recreation zones where Vladivostok's locals and guests like to spend their time. Being a part of the Ussuri Bay that washes the Muravyov-Amursky Peninsula's eastern coast, on whose hills Vladivostok stands, it is among the

Botanical Garden
Situated on the Muravyov-Amursky Peninsula, the Vladivostok botanical garden is the largest one in the Russian Far East and is reckoned among Promorsky Krai's capital's most visited sights. Here you can see Far Eastern flora's splendid variety for yourself and admire marvelous exotic plants. Botanical garden, whose territory is mostly covered with well-preserved typical for Ussuri taiga natural un

Zolotoy Rog Bay
The blue stripe of the picturesque Zolotoy Rog Bay cuts in the Muravyov-Amursky Peninsula and conditionally divides Vladivostok standing on its shores into two parts. It is not only the most beautiful place in the city that commands breathtaking views, but its most significant place too: it is with foundation of the military outpost on the bay's shores, one and a half centuries ago, that Primorye

The Lighthouse on the Basargin Cape
As any other seaside town, Vladivostok is famous for its lighthouses, each of which has its own name and unique history. The Basargin Lighthouse standing at the city's main sea gates is recognized as one of the most famous and beautiful among them. Being among Vladivostok's most recognizable symbols, it has been serving as an important navigation reference for the vessels that enter the Zolotoy Ro