Hotel Vladivostok

10, Naberezhnaya Street, Vladivostok, 690091, Russia

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    A hotel in Vlad


    It's not a bad option. Accommodation in Vlad tends to be expensive, but we were able to stay there for about $70 US a night. The service and the rooms were of a reasonable standard.

    As of 2011 it does not look to have changed. It is under new management though, and has been coupled with the Amursky Zaliv building under the Azimut brand.

    If possible it is better to avoid the Amurski Zaliv given that there aren't really any facilities there now that it has been coupled with the Vladivostok hotel.

    Unique Quality: There are a lot of different facilities, a business centre, restaurants, bars, souvenir stand, small shop selling drinks, ice creams etc. You can also get a nice sea view.

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Transportation from VVO airport into town

by crochlen

I need to get from the main vladivostok airport into town, specifically to pervaya rechka area. can you help me?

Re: Transportation from VVO airport into town

by TheWanderingCamel

You might try emailing your question to VT member jonarforever (Mikhail) - - he lives in Vladisvostok, signs in to VT regularly and is very keen to have people know and enjoy his city.

Re: Transportation from VVO airport into town

by Nuclei

Taxi would cost around 1500 rubles, depending on your bargaining talent :)
Airport is a bit far from the center. You may also suffer from traffic jam if it is rush hour.

Travel Tips for Vladivostok


by salisbury3933

The main post office is just across the road from the main train station, and there is a business office in the same building as the post office where you can access the internet relatively cheaply.

In the Summer time the best...

by Chump

In the Summer time the best thing you can do (and all locals practice this a lot) is to take a boat and sail/cruise to the nearby islands on the sea, enjoy good barbeque, make fishing and have a GOOD glass of wine etc. Shortly-enjoy life. Just make sure that you have HIGHLY protecting suncream with you as even though the sky is cloudy the UV surely catches you. I experienced this in the hard way, that has never happened me earlier.

Triumphalinaya Arka

by RoseAmano

Located near the Puppet Theatre which is behind the "C-56" submarine museum, this Triumphal Arch is a monument to commemorate the visit to Vladivostok by the Last Romanov Czari Nikolai II in 1891, who arrived in Vladivostok on his way home hurriedly after abandoning his visit to Japan after being injured by local police in the Otsu Incident. The original monument was destroyed in the Russian Revolution and this was restored in Year 2003.

Victory Day Celebration

by Jonarforever

The Victory Day - the day of Russian victory over the fascism - is celebrated all across the country on the 9-th of May.

There is always a huge parade in Vladivostok downtown (it goes along Svetlanskaya street, which is blocked for traffic this day), and lots of people flock there to take part in the festivities.

There is always some performance in the heart of the city.

Russian tradition! Ahhhhhhhhhhh!

by Travel2write

What does it mean to drink Russian Vodka "a la ruse"? It means that you should drink it in accordance with Russian drinking traditions... You will only be able to fathom the secrets of Russian Vodka if you choose to follow them!
Russian Drinking Tradition # 1. No Martini… "Russians drink Vodka neat and never mix it with anything..." This habit stems from Russian severe winters and other peculiarities of the Russian national character.
Tradition # 2. No Ice… "Russians serve Vodka cool and drink it from special vodka glasses..." It's more or less clear about Vodka being served cool. Just keep in the fridge. Although I have to admit that Russians are apt to drink vodka from any kind of glasses regardless of their shape or capacity, they use special vodka glasses which are most suitable for this purpose. They look like small wine glasses (with a shaft) or just small plain glasses.
Tradition # 3 With "zakuski"… "Vodka is drunk during meals..." Russians have a special idea of their HORS D' OEUVRES TABLE. In other words, it's a table laid specially "for vodka"... It is a special subject, and we will address it separately.
Tradition # 4 "Russians drink Vodka with toasts..." Russian toasts constitute also a separate subject. If more than two people get together to have a drink of vodka (Russians are not accustomed to drinking alone, unless they are alcoholics or people in the arts), prior to swilling the next glass someone needs to say a short toast. After that the drinkers clink their glasses, knock down their drinks, take a bite at their "zakuski," and refill the glasses, etc.
Tradition # 5 Often, much, and for long... Russians drink Vodka quite often. They usually drink profusely and spend many hours drinking Vodka. Sometimes they drink it all night long and knock out the hangover the morning after with just another shot of vodka - just to feel better.


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