Vladivostok, located on the coast of the Sea of Japan in the Far East, has a mild pleasant climate. It is a great place to relax with family or friends. The city is rich in architectural monuments, buildings and entertainment. There is where to go and what to see.
Visit the famous Vladivostok Fortress Today it is a museum, and earlier it was one of the main military posts in the Far East. The city still has many military structures and buildings with a whole system of underground passages, tunnels and casemated shelters. Today they are open to tourists.
You can get acquainted with the history of the region in the Primorsky State Museum. VC. Arsenyev. Here you can see some of the largest ethnographic collections that have been awarded medals more than once. An excursion to the Marine Museum-Aquarium, which regularly hosts exhibitions on the theme of the Pacific Ocean and its inhabitants, may turn out to be a unique journey for you. Amazing exhibits will not leave indifferent not only children, but also adults.
A visit to the Catholic Church can be unforgettable and impressive. It is a functioning temple of the Roman Catholic Church. Its architecture amazes with its scope and sophistication. It is made in the Eastern European Gothic style. Columns, massive towers with pointed attics and high vaults create a majestic and unapproachable view of the temple.
If you are on vacation with children, go to the children's art gallery, to an exhibition of children's drawings. Or visit the Primorsky Puppet Theater. You can relax and ride the attractions in the amusement parks "Carousel" and "Fantasy".
Lovers of cars or everything connected with them will surely like an excursion to the Vladivostok Museum of Automotive Antiquities, where a large collection of cars of the 20th century is collected. There is also a thematic library, a lecture hall and a video library for tourists.
Walk along Korabelnaya Embankment, visit the famous memorial complex "Submarine No. C-56", which is dedicated to the Pacific Fleet.
There are also public gardens in the city. Some of them even became monuments of the city (for example, the Policemen's Square).
Various festivals are held annually in Vladivostok, you can find out about the time of their holding and go to the city during this period. Visit the Pacific Meridian International Film Festival, a festival of jazz, classical music or bard art. A visit to the Japanese Animation Festival can be fun for children.