By air

Vladivostok is connected by direct flights To China, Japan and South Korea, with cities such as Tokyo, Osaka, Seoul, Busan, Beijing, Dalian, Shanghai, Changchun, Harbin, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Pyongyang, and Taipei. The choice of airlines is huge-including low-cost airlines. Russian airlines – S7 (the minimum cost of a ticket from Hong Kong to 2 way is 16,000 rubles) and Aurora (the minimum cost of a ticket from Seoul is 10,000 rubles). The average travel time is 2 hours. In some cases, it is better to make a night stop at a hotel in one of the Asian cities for 12-24 hours, but remember when buying tickets, you may need to obtain a transit visa to China, Korea or Japan, respectively. Despite the fact that a lot of low-cost airlines fly from India to Hong Kong, Seoul and Taipei. There are options for a single ticket from Delhi or Mumbai by Korean Air direct to Vladivostok.

You can also fly to Vladivostok via Moscow. Russia’s national carrier, Aeroflot, sometime offers special subsidized fares. The average average travel time from Moscow is 8 hours.

Vladivostok international airport is 40 km from the city. From the airport, it is possible to get to Vladivostok by train departing directly from the passenger terminal to the city center, the journey time is 55 minutes.

There is a VIP room, a hall for business class passengers, Fast track service, a comfortable waiting area, and a hotel. Airport website


By sea

The Eastern Dream ferry runs once a week from the ports of Donghae (Republic of Korea) and Sakaiminato (Japan). The website


By land

Vladivostok is the beginning of the legendary Trans-Siberian railway. This is the longest railway in the world, its length is 9298.2 km. The journey time from Moscow is 7 days, and this route is one of the most famous in the world.