In the Russian Far East, there is a peninsula where violent extremes collide, where giants still reign and where fire and ice coexist: Kamchatka. One cannot help but remain enchanted by the breathtaking landscapes of the unique lost world scenery, where it is possible to observe such a high concentration of volcanoes and feel the warm breath of the earth together with the taste of ice. The charm of this place is precisely that it is so remote and wild.
Another attraction of the Russian Far East is Vladivostok. The city is built on several islands and peninsulas. The unique city inscribed its name in the history of the country not only as the capital of Primorye, a major commercial port and the base of the Pacific Fleet, but also as one of the most multicultural objects in Russia. The luxurious Ussuri nature, the cool but generous sea and, of course, the grandiose creations of human hands: from giant bridges to ancient military structures await travelers here.