The most remote city from the European part of Russia attracts with its originality. There are many such age-old structures as the Vladivostok Fortress, the Lutheran Church of St. Paul, as well as modern ones - the English Bridge, the Golden Bridge, the Oceanarium; they can be seen as part of a guided sightseeing excursion.
1001guide also recommends paying attention to local museums: "Submarine C-56", the Cleavers Museum, the Rare Book Museum, and the Cedar Museum. You can go on a tour of the city's observation decks on the Eagle's Nest hill, at the lighthouse in the Egersheld area, on Cape Churkin.
Nature lovers shall take a walk through the National Park "Land of the Leopard", the picturesque landscapes of Aprelevka, Astafiev Bay and the Russky Island.