Vladivostok is in the far East of Russia, 7 hours ahead of Moscow and 9 hours by plane. The Trans-Siberian Railway terminates here, and it is a perfect location to relax after an insightful and mind-blowing trip across Russia via the longest railroad in the world. It is also easy to get to other Asian countries from there: you can fly to Tokyo in just under three hours.
Vladivostok itself is famous for its Steklyashka Beach at Ussuri Bay. It is made up of sea glass that shines and glitters like a hundred rainbows combined.