Отель Аванта, г. Владивосток

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Guide Vladivostok

Vladivostok is a city-port in the Far East, an administrative center of Primorskiy Region, the last point of Tran Siberian line. It is located on the coast of the Japanese sea, on the peninsula of Muravyov-Amurskiy.

The economics of the city includes: industrial machine building, ship building and repairing and also production of equipment for fishing industry (device making, instrumental, radio plants). Some goods (food, alcoholic beverage industry) are delivered to other regions of Russia. Vladivostok is a base of fishing industry and refrigerator fleet.

Vladivostok is a cargo and a passenger port, it is an important transshipment port for goods imported from Japan, China and South Korea. A significant part of commodity flow belongs to import of cars from Japan.


There are chains of supermarkets of local scale in the city: 5+ (76,Nekrasovskaya Street),  V-laser, Ratimir, Tikhookeanskiy, Sphere-market, alcoholic beverages shop Dylan and food department stores Remi, Samberi. The address of the nearest is 52, Okeanskiy avenue.

Among trade centers there are   Ignat, Galereya, Bachurin, Zelyoniy Ostrov, Nadezhda, Hermes, Rodina, Zolotoy Rog, Clover House, Parus, Avangard, Rossiyanka.

City sites

  1. Vl.Ru – an informational site about Vladivostok’s life. You can learn local news and find a list of places for fun and recreation on the site.
  2. PrimaMedia.ru – an informational site, devoted to news, political and business events of the city. There is also a catalogue of companies.
  3. PrimAfisha.ru – a poster of city’s entertainments. Here you can find schedules of concerts, performances and various clubs.
  4. tysa.ru – a site devoted to night life of the city: cafes, bars, clubs and many others.
  5. PrimPogoda.ru – weather in Vladivostok and Primorskiy Region.
  6. photoVladivostok.ru – photos of Vladivostok and Primorskiy Region.