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City CodeVVO
Popular Airlines
  • Japan Airlines
  • Aeroflot Russian Airlines
  • Korean Air
Flight Time15~19 hours
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The flight time to Vladivostok is approximately 15~19 hours. Find out more about the history, economy, climate and transportation options before you visit Vladivostok.

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Vladivostok is a city and the administrative center of Primorsky Krai, Russia, located on the Golden Horn Bay, close to Russia's borders with China and North Korea. Vladivostok has approximately a population of 700,000. The largest Russian port is in Vladivostok which is where most of its livelihood comes from; shipping, commercial fishing, and the naval base.

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Attractions in Vladivostok

I bought a ticket through Aeroflot for a direct flight to Vladivostok. Vladivostok is a city with beautiful attractions. Vladivostok Fortress is a complex system of unique fortifications. Primorsky Aquarium is a famous aquarium. Jardín Botánico de Vladivostok is a botanical garden with thousands of plant species. Oceanarium Aquarium features over 100 species of marine life. Voroshilov Battery and Einstein Museum are museums worth visiting, the latter centered around science. Stela "Gorod voinskoy slavy" monument, sportivnaya naberezhnaya, Eagle's Nest Hill, and the Contemporary Art Center are also tourist attractions.

On board services to Vladivostok

I booked my ticket for a flight to Vladivostok from Moscow through the Aeroflot airlines. All the passengers boarded the flight. The services from the cabin crew were fantastic. Next to me was a lady who began a conversation with me, asking me how to book a ticket for a flight as hers was booked by her brother. I explained to her that there are two different types of tickets: the paper ticket and electronic ticket. We witnessed first class service on board from the cabin crew which lifted the spirit of every passenger till we landed at Vladivostok.

Vladivostok Travelers' Frequently Asked Questions

What's the weather like in Vladivostok?

Vladivostok is located at the same latitude with Russian subtropical sea resort of Sochi, but its average annual temperature is nearly 10 degrees lower due to the Siberian High that brings cold winds from Yakutia for much of the winter. Thus the winter is typical for Manchuria: cold, clear and very windy. The snow is scarce and in some years may not fall at all.

January is cold at -14 °C, and August is fairly warm at 24 °C, though these are average temperatures, and hot/cold spells can bring much more extreme conditions. It is not unheard of for temperatures to drop below -30 °C in February, and similarly August can be >30 °C, but in general August and September bring the most sunny and pleasant temperatures. The end of summer, however, could bring Pacific monsoons that last for a few days in a row.

Must one purchase an airline ticket so as to travel to other countries?

For one to make a flight you must have a ticket as it shows that you have already paid for the flight. One should book a ticket when you need it. It’s advisable for one to buy a ticket when many people do. That is like two to four months before, research show that you are likely to find the lowest price for your tickets. Fare tend to rise especially when you are close to your departure date. It also allows you to know that the seats will be available. Sometimes even choose the most appropriate for you..

What is there to do in Vladivostok?

If you've arrived in Vladivostok on the Trans-Siberian, at the end of a trip that began in Moscow, head straight for Sportivnaya Harbor. The still waters of the sea will likely provide sweet relief after several days on the train. However, if you're fresh off a ferry from Japan or Korea, head up to Svetlanskaya and Ploschad Bortsov Revolutsy for a stroll to get your sea legs back.

What are good places to eat in Vladivostok?

Vladivostok has accumulated the most nourishing and flavorful parts of the different cultures that make up its whole. To dine on seafood, fine wine and affordable luxury go to Moloko i Med (Milk and Honey) near Sukhanov park. You can't leave Vladivostok without trying “pyanse” (steamed buns stuffed with cabbage and meat), a local street food take on a popular Korean traditional dish. It has become so popular here that this phenomenon has even reached Moscow. The best place to buy pyanse is at the stalls near Clover House shopping center, while travelers seeking the best noodles to go can find them at the New York Street Food stall near Sportivnaya Bay.

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Flight Routes to Vladivostok

You can purchase a direct air ticket to Vladivostok through S7 Airlines from Yuzhno Sakhalinsk, Aurora Airlines from Plastun, Aeroflot from Moscow and Busan, Korean Air from Seoul, or Japan Airlines from Tokyo.