About Primorsky region
Primorsky region is an amazingly picturesque, unique place in the Russian Far East. Nature lovers will like the beautiful hills, the mesmerizing underwater world, the unmatched Ussury taiga, and the Sikhote-Alin’s mountain slopes that are UNESCO World Heritage Site. Those who prefer adventure tourism will enjoy rafting, surfing, diving, skydiving, kiting, snowboarding, downhill skiing, caving, and horse riding. There are 6 natural reserves, more than 10 preserves and national parks, and around 900 natural landmarks in Primorsky Region.
About Primorsky regionRegional centre
1 913 000The population of Primorye
164 700Primorye surface
Vladivostok is a port city in the Far East of Russia, as well as the region’s political, cultural, scientific-educational, and economical centre. It is located on the Muraviev-Amursky peninsula and the nearby islands in the Peter the Great Gulf of the Sea of Japan.
310Days of sunshine per year
600-900bathing suit season
+17…+26 °CThe average temperature in summer
−8… −18 °CThe average temperature in winter
How to get to Primorsky region?
An estimated time en route from Moscow to Vladivostok is around 9 hours. Three flights are operated daily from Sheremetyevo airoport. A round trip ticket costs from 26100 rubles and more. There are direct flights to Krasnoyarsk, Novosibirsk, Blagoveshchensk, Uzhno-Sakhalinsk, Magadan, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy, Khabarovsk, Yakutsk, Irkutsk from Vladivostok and connecting flights to Sankt-Petersburg, Ekaterinburg, Chita, Ulan-Ude.
The TransSiberian Railway journey from Vladivostok to Moscow in the fast premium service train “Rossia” takes 6 days. The ticket price depends on the class of the car and varies from 10 000 to 60 000 rubles.