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

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

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

Military and History Museum of the Pacific Fleet
The Military and History Museum of the Pacific Fleet is without exaggeration Vladivostok's key museum whose history is inseparably linked with the fleet's history and development. Not only people who are interested in naval science will be delighted to see it, but also those who want to learn more about the city in the light of its glorious history and to feel its unique atmosphere. The Museum of

Monument to the Fighters for Soviet Power
The Monument to the Fighters for Soviet Power standing on the city's central square is one of Vladivostok's most recognizable symbols. Many tourists who visit the Primorsky Krai's capital for the first time associate it primarily with this majestic and the biggest in the Far East monument. And there is no wonder in that, for the Monument to the Fighters for Soviet Power has become city's main trad

Voroshilov Battery
The Russky Island is famous not only for marvelous natural sights, but for handmade wonders too. These are in particular the unique fortification facilities straggling on its territory. The Voroshilov Battery - the true military equipment's wonder and Vladivostok's pride - is among them. Thousands of naval history buffs yearly visit the island in order to see it. Since the early 1930s, the Japanes

Memorial Ship 'Krasny Vympel'
The memorial ship 'Krasny Vympel' is a small elegant vessel that rocks slightly on the waves at the quay №35 on the Korabelnaya Naberezhnaya (literally: Ships' Quay). It is one of the many unique historical attractions in Vladivostok. The Pacific 'Aurora' - it is the 'Krasny Vympel's nickname on the Far East - is one of the five museum ships, built in the pre-revolutionary times, on the modern Rus

The Nicholas Triumphal Gates
The Nicholas Triumphal Gates are called one of the most beautiful and magnificent buildings in Vladivostok. They were built in 1891 to commemorate the heir’s to the Tsar’s throne Nicholas Alexandrovich’s – later he became Russian Imperator Nicholas II – visit to Vladivostok. He visited the Primorsky Krai’s capital within the framework of his round-the-world trip, which - according to his father Im

Memorial Submarine S-56
Being the integral part of Vladivostok's glorious history, the Pacific Fleet was a reliable guard of Soviet Union's Far Eastern sea borders during the Great Patriotic War and significantly contributed to defeating the fascist invaders. The city has several monuments devoted to Russian seamen's heroism and selflessness: the Memorial Submarine S-56 installed on the Korabelnaya Naberezhnaya (literall