If you are visiting Far East Russia on holiday or business — or you just completed the final leg of the epically-long Trans-Siberian Railroad from Moscow—you will enjoy spending a few days here.
Located just 80 miles from the North Korean border, Vladivostok is one of Russia’s easternmost cities. It is a vibrant city where the old and the new collide. The city is built on a series of sloping mountains that rise from the sea like a frozen waterfall.
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