Reason to Visit Vladivostok
When I tell people who have never been to Vladivostok how special it is, I often find myself lacking words. Because the city is so magnificent, every single visitor (with very few exceptions) immediately falls in love with it; whether it is love at first sight or a complicated and passionate romance.
National Geographic included Vladivostok it top 10 of oceanfront cities.
The Road to Vladivostok
Vladivostok is a major transport hub in the Russian Far East. The city’s main transport facilities include Vladivostok International Airport (VVO), a maritime terminal and a railway station.
Vladivostok International Airport is at the crossroads of air routes connecting the Russian Far East with countries of the Asia-Pacific region. The airport serves flights by Russian and foreign airlines and offers flights to and from roughly 45 destinations.
Welcome to Vladivostok! Local time is 7 hours ahead of Moscow. You can check the city’s website VL.RU for the current exchange rate.
VISA: Free port of Vladivostok
Applying for VISA at embassy/consulate you required an invitation letter
(Only printed copy of e-invitation letter is enough for applying visa which you can get from travel agency on your personal email which cost around 1300 RUB.)
Officials of embassy/consulate electronically verify your Visa invitation letter.
Visit website of travel agency https://www.russianvisahelp.com/travel/
From Aug 2017 nationals of 18 foreign states offer free e-visa for free port of Vladivostok