Map of Petropavlovsk, Russian Federation
Small town with not a lot to see. Clearly not geared for having cruise ships stop in.
Visited: May 07, 2017
We went to see the native indians and enjoyed having there raindeer soup etc. Other than that, nothing to see and it was cold, snow still on the ground
Visited: Apr 26, 2015
The excursions were limited. Last minute changes to disembark without an excursion. Te excursion did not allow us inter-mix with locals
Visited: May 05, 2019
If left up to me, I would avoid this port altogether, but the ship had to refuel. There was nothing attractive about this stop: the pavements are uneven and the area immediately outside the port looked haggard, tired, and unwelcoming. There was a building next to the port gate that had a big "INFORMATION" sign, but there was no one to be found. Inside this big barn of an ugly building, there was one merchant selling his expensive wares. Unfortunately, some people we talked to who had purchased excursions were somewhat disappointed.
Visited: May 06, 2018
We can now say we’ve been to Russia— thats about all good for unless you like Russian history and can read Russian. The market and Orthodox Church were interesting.
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