Vladivostok International Airport, formerly known as Knevichi Airport, is the public airport serving the city of Vladivostok, Russia. It is located near Artyom, Primorsky Krai, roughly 44 km north of Vladivostok's city centre. The airport has two passenger terminals, the old Domestic Terminal B and the new International Terminal A. It also has two airfields, Lake Springs and Knevichi.
What to see & do
Arsenyev Regional History Museum - The Arsenyev Regional History Museum is primarily a natural history museum, although it has a few pieces of Stalinist kitsch. Most of the displays are about pre-Russian settlers and their techniques for hunting and survival. It also features a stuffed tiger in a battle scene with a bear (also stuffed) and a tribute to Hollywood celebrity and hometown hero Yul Brynner. Founded in 1890, Arsenyev Primorye Museum is the main museum of the Primorsky Krai.
Primorye State Art Gallery - The Primorye State Art Gallery, also known as Primorye State Picture Gallery, is the only art museum in the Russian Far East that contains a unique collection of Russian, Soviet, and West European paintings dating back to 18th-20th centuries. The displays are divided into several exhibits: Russian Art of 18th to early 20th century, West European Art of 16th - early 20th century, Icons and Church Utensils, and Soviet Art and Artworks by Primorye Painters. The gallery was opened to the public in 1966.
Minny Gorodok - Minny Gorodok, meaning Mine Borough Park, is a public park. The 91-acre park was formerly a military base for storing of mines in underground storage, founded in 1880. The area was converted into a park in 1985. Today, it is a recreational area, containing several lakes ponds, and an ice-skating rink.
Detsky Razvlekatelny Park - Located in the western side near the centre of the city is a children's amusement park called Detsky Razvlekatelny Park. Inside are gaming machines, a carousel, a ferris wheel, an aquarium, a cinema theatre, a stadium, a few cafes, and other interesting things for children and their accompanying guardians.
How to get around within Vladivostok
In an effort to improve traffic, the trams and trolleybuses that used to serve Vladivostok have been removed. The most common modes of public transportation used nowadays are the buses and marshrutka shared taxis. Both generally follow the same routes. Buses tend to be crowded but are frequent, radiating from outside the "Clever House" (Cløver House) Department store. There’s a number of taxi companies in the city. The taxis in Vladivostok are unmetered, but most charge the same flat rate for an hour. The flat rate is negotiable, especially if you're only going a short distance, but be prepared to have to shell out the full rate or find another taxi.
How to get there
Vladivostok International Airport is served by the airlines Aeroflot, Air Koryo, Asiana Airlines, IrAero, Korean Air, NordStar, Orenair, S7 Airlines, Transaero Airlines, Ural Airlines, and Yakutia Airlines for scheduled passenger flights. There are international flights to Vladivostok from Moscow, Beijing, Busan, Hong Kong, Mudanjiang, Tokyo, Seoul, Pyongyang, and Simferopol. Vladivostok also has domestic connections with Khabarovsk, Novosibirsk, Petropavlovsk, Blagoveshchensk, Krasnoyarsk, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Irkutsk, Yekaterinburg, Krasnodar, and Yakutsk.
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