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Vladivostok in December

by gxdoyle

I am coming to Vladivostok to catch the Trans Siberian and am wondering how many days it is worth staying in the city and exploring before the train.

I thought about staying a couple of weeks and learning some Russian so any idea how to find a Russian teacher there in December?


Re: Vladivostok in December

by whiteritter

I would say there are a bit better places in Russia than Vladivostok.Why not to move from Vladivostok to European part of the country and to try learn local exotics? Cheers!

Re: Vladivostok in December

by gxdoyle

thanks whitetitter

where would you suggest in the European part of the country?

Re: Vladivostok in December

by whiteritter

Actually,December is not the best time for Russian trip,but there are a few winter resorts in the South like Dombay,Krasnaya Polyana(near Sochi) and some more. http://www.russia-ic.com/travel/resorts/659/
and Moscow's Golden Ring,St.Peterburg of course.
Cossack's region is could be very interesting of course.

Re: Vladivostok in December

by Nuclei

I was in Vladivostok few weeks ago. I do not know your area of interest but there is not much to see in Vladivostok. I have been told by locals that Khabarovsk is much better place. I had Trans Siberian as well from St Petersburg to Vladivostok. For East Russia, Irkutsk & Lake Baikal is splendid. I would prefer spending more time there.

Re: Vladivostok in December

by Sunny_cat

Whiteritter +100 :)
1. IMHO, week in train with short stops (10-60 min) without normal food and shower (1 for 50 persons :) is not very exciting... Maybe it is exotical, but not very pleasant... Russians prefer to use the plane. They goes by train, if they short of money only.
Baikal Lake is wonderfull, but infrastructure is still poor :(
2. Couple weeks for Russian? 8-() This is lightly! Couple months - this is more real. Nobody will spent the time for you, if you plan to learn it only couple of weeks. Especially in Vladivostok...
All deep courses for beginners are min 4 weeks 4-10 ours per day :)
Dont waste you money and time for it.

Travel Tips for Vladivostok


by jeoren

On the southcoast of Vladivostok, one can have this amazing view; several battleships just situated in the water.

Officially you are not allowed to take pictures of this. But of course I did.

Taking the fourteen hour ride...

by Jenny48

Taking the fourteen hour ride from Khabarovsk to Vladivstok by train was one of the most exciting parts of the trip. Seeing the Pacific Ocean from another angle was so very beautiful. The City reminded me so very much of my city of birth San Francisco, the hills and the view of the ocean. The dress shops had beautiful and exsquisite clothing,quite fashionable I might add. The people were so kind and generous, the accomodations were nestled far out in the country. I am not one to keep up with the names of hotels, unless they are really americanized. My hotel was a beautiful hotel and very rustic in nature.

See the Golden Horn Bay - the...

by lavell

See the Golden Horn Bay - the city is blessed with one of the most attractive natural settings I have seen in Russia. Set on a natural harbour, there are often a number of ships to gaze at. This view was taken from the railway station, which is another attractive building inside. Difficult choice:
- looking back along the railway line that leads via the TransSiberian route all the way back to Moscow
- sticking my hand into the Amursky gulf (chilly, it was November, after all)

These weird Russian people!

by Prokonich

It sometimes looks or feels strange but this is the way Russian people do!

* They do not smile too much! people on the streets sometimes look sad , but they are not! Russian people just don't smile too much :-) when they are outside but they are friendly and cheerful in companies

*if you are invited to somebody it is common to bring gift or presents as flowers, boxes of chocolates or bottle of vine! Bottle of vodka IS NOT A GIFT!

*do not give even number of flowers. 2,4,6 and etc flowers are brought only to funeral or cemetery

*never whistle in the house! You'll whistle the money away!

*while entering the house, take your shoes off!

*it is a bad luck if black cat crosses the road

*it is a bad luck to see a woman early in the morning with empty bucket

*it is a good luck if you see same combination of hours and minutes: make a wish :-) (example: 20:20, 04:04)

*it is a good luck to seat between two people with same names! Make a wish again!

*it is common to knock on the wooden surfaces if you don't want to scare your future plans away or scare your luck

About 95% of all automobiles in Vladivostok...

by RoseAmano

...are used cars from Japan. There are a few new Japanese models here and about.

The city buses are of all various types, all old. Many are formerly Korean City Buses with their destinations in Hangul left intact (we even caught a glimpse of a 1970's model of our old neighbourhood Tokyu Bus - talk about a retro time warp from childhood!!!)

Most of the imported 2nd-hand commerical vehicles in use have the Japanese Company Name and contact number painted on the body, and used as is!!


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