about primorsky Territory
Primorsky territory is a picturesque and unique place in the Russian Far East. Nature lovers can find here beautiful hills, the coast of the Pacific ocean, the fascinating underwater world, the unique Ussuri taiga, the mountain slopes of Sikhote-Alin, which are UNESCO sites, nature reserves. And fans of extreme sports will surely like river rafting, surfing, parachuting, diving, kiting, snowboarding, downhill skiing, equestrian and speleotourism. There are 6 nature reserves and more than 10 nature reserves and national parks in the region, about 900 natural monuments.
  • Vladivostok
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Vladivostok is a city and port in the Russian Far East; the political, cultural, scientific, educational and economic center of the region; the administrative center of Primorsky territory and Vladivostok City District. It is located on the Muravyov-Amursky Peninsula and islands in the Peter the Great Bay of the Sea of Japan.
  • 178
    Sunny days
  • july - september
    Tourist season
  • +17…+26 °C
    Temperature in summer
  • −8… −18 °C
    Temperature in winter
Primorsky Aquarium
One of the largest scientific and educational complexes in the world is the Primorsky Aquarium on Russian Island. It looks like an open white clam shell. Under a large shell, you can find yourself in the tropics, see dinosaurs, count the teeth of a crocodile and walk past 135 aquariums, where over 500 inhabitants of all oceans and climatic zones of the Earth live.
Petrov Island
Petrov Island is a small piece of land in the Sea of Japan covered with a lot of stories and legends. And sometimes it is difficult to determine where the truth is and where the fiction is. Scientists call this island a natural botanical garden. And tourists believe that the island has magical power and fulfills desires.
Tokarevsky Lighthouse is one of the Vladivostok's symbols and a favorite vacation spot for citizens. From here you can enjoy a stunning view of the Russian Bridge and Elena Island. Here you can watch yachts and ships passing by for a long time.
How to get
to Primorsky territory
By Plane
The flight from Moscow to Vladivostok lasts about 9 hours. Three flights are operated daily. There are direct flights to Krasnoyarsk, Novosibirsk, Blagoveshchensk, Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Magadan, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Khabarovsk, Yakutsk, Irkutsk. They fly to St. Petersburg, Yekaterinburg, Chita, Ulan-Ude with a transfer.
By train
The travel time from Vladivostok to Moscow via the Trans—Siberian Railway on the branded fast train "Russia" is 6 days, the ticket price depends on the class of the car — reserved seat, compartment or sleeping.
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