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Overview Of The Port Of Vladivostok

About Vladivostok
Vladivostok is a city of Primorsky Krai, Russia, located at the head of the Golden Horn Bay, not far from Russia's borders with China and North Korea.

Currently, all foreign nationals are required to have Russian entry visas for travel to Russia. This must be organised well in advance. However, this port is more relaxed so check with your cruise line if a visa is required.

There are a number of taxi companies in the city and hailing one is easy. There are no meters, a flat rate is charged for one hour.

Russia's Pacific Fleet (it's destroyer squadron only) is parked downtown, in Golden Horn Bay. A walk along the waterfront on Korabelnaya Embankment offers the closest views. Photographs with an average-sized camera should not cause any problem, however be aware of your surroundings/subject matter.

Relax and people watch in Ploschad Bortsov Revolutsy (Central Square), Svetlanskaya, between Aleutskaya and Uborevicha.

Sportivnaya Harbour is a short walk away from the Central Square.

The square of the sister-cities feature 11 arcs with cities' names engraved on them.

For fans of statues, there is a Lenin statue overlooking the train station, next to the post office. There are also some interesting statues heading east on Svetlanskaya.

Museums include the Arsenyev Regional History Museum, Museum Vladivostok Fortress, which overlooks the sea and Primorsky State Art Gallery.

Other attractions include the Golden Horn bridge, the bridge to the Russkiy island across Eastern Bosphorus strait, which is the world’s largest cable-stayed bridge at 3.1km long, the Marine cemetery (near Patrokl bay) and the Botanical gardens.

Sportivnaya Market is the largest market in Vladivostok and sells almost everything imaginable. Good buys include local crafts such as handmade jewellery, knitwear, porcelain beads and Russian handmade folk ceramics.

International cuisine such as Italian, Chinese, Thai and fast food is available along with more local dishes such as Russian soups and salads, scallops, squid and Russian 'pirozhki' (stuffed baked or fried buns).
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The city centre is only a short walk from the cruise dock and train station (adjacent to the dock). Most sights can be reached easily on foot.
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