Vladivostok City Tour on Three Types of Public Transport
- Small group
- Pickup available
- Skip the line
Enjoy a guided tour of Vladivostok that allows you to combine your love of sightseeing by both public transport and on foot. See up close and personal the atmosphere of the bustling city of Vladivostok. Look at the main attractions of the city, learn its rich history and all the while save some money. The tour starts in the very heart of the city, in Vladivostok central square surrounded by a traditional White House, facades of the few remaining historical buildings from the beginning of the 20th-century. Whilst also here you will see a soviet-era monument for the Fighters for the Soviet Power in the Russian Far East, the famous GUM and a newly constructed cathedral of the Transfiguration of the Saviour. Upon departing these monuments you will make your way toward the Railway Station, en route you will take a quick visit through the infamous Chinese Quarter. Here in the Chinese Quarter ...
Discover the everyday life of local Russians. The Trans-Siberian Railway railway was built in 1916 connecting Moscow to the Russian Far East and is the longest railway in the world, stretching an incredible 9288 kilometers. With your guide you'll hop on the Trans-Siberian Railway for a forty minute journey out of the city to the countryside to visit a real Russian Dacha. From the train station out of the city you will enjoy a short trip through the Russian countryside, passing charming country houses, dense forests and a picturesque coastline along the Amursky Bay. You will visit a traditional Russian summer house called a dacha. A dacha is usually a wooden house consisting of one or two floors without much in the way of modern conveniences. The dacha is a unique phenomenon in the life of anyone who lives in the boundless expanses of the Russian Federation. At summer's peak, many Ru...
The tour begins with pickup from your hotel and heads via public transport to Vladivostok’s vibrant Chinese market. Arrive at the market, which is the largest in the city, and admire the impressive array of items on sale, from toys to entertainment, clothing, and food. As you explore, learn about the city’s Asian heritage and cultural influence. Mingle with the locals as you wander between the colorful stalls and soak up the unique sights and smells that fill the air. Once you’ve worked up a bit of an appetite, grab some lunch at one of the market's cafes serving traditional Chinese cuisine. Afterwards, continue the tour to the farmers market, where you can find a large selection of fresh fruit and vegetables. Listen to your guide share information about farming in Vladivostok and the seasonal produce available. By the end of the tour, you’ll have a better understanding of the city’s c...
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A very kind and knowledgeable guide! He has a great history and was able to study Russian history while visiting Vladivostok. I enjoyed the atmosphere of the city because I was able to get on a lot of transportation that was difficult to ride in Russia for the first time!
Highly recommended to learn more about the life and customs of this city so distant from Spain and with comments from Edu, our guide, who will guide you to explore later on your own.