Vladivostok is the largest port on the Pacific Coast of Russia.
In addition, it is also the last station of the famous Trans Siberian Railway, which connects Russia's Far East with Russia's capital Moscow and the countries of Europe to the west.
The importance of this area can be understood from the fact that all types of natural resources are available here in large quantities.
Shipping and fishing are the main commercial activities at the vast port of Vladivostok.
Automobiles are the most important item imported through this port, from where they are often transported further to the interior of Russia.