Sochi is a Russian city situated close to the border between Russia and Georgia. The Greater Sochi region expands for more than 90 miles and in the latest census, the permanent population of the city stands at 343,334. This makes Sochi the biggest resort city in the country.

Sochi is likely to become very familiar to sporting fans. Sochi played host the Winter Olympic Games in 2014. Sochi is also going to be one of the host cities of the 2018 FIFA World Cup, which is being hosted in Russia. The city will also play host to the Russian leg of the Formula 1 season from 2014 until at least 2020. Sochi is a city where guests can work hard and play hard.

How to get to Sochi

The main airport in Sochi is the Adler-Sochi International Airport, which is an important hub for tourists coming to Russia and for internal flights. The increased amount of sporting tourists coming to the city will place a greater level of pressure on the airport and surrounding transport services.

At the moment, one of the easiest and most effective ways to get around Sochi is through utilising chauffeur services in Sochi. When it comes to airport transfer in Sochi, this is the effective and reliable way to get around and Europe Shuttle provide a range of airport transfer options for all party sizes and all budgets.

There are four main bus services that run from the airport to the heart of the city (the 51, 105, 124 and the 135). There are also two main rail terminals in Sochi, in Adler and in the heart of the city. There are many small transit stations dotted across the city and it is easy to travel from Sochi to other Russian destinations such as Moscow and St Petersburg, as well as travelling to locations like Georgia and Kiev in the Ukraine.

What to see in Sochi

The Olympic Park is a must-see for any tourist in Sochi. However, there is a rich sense of history in this part of Russia and there are plenty of attractions and exhibits to see. Stalin had a summer residence in Sochi, which can be visited and there are lots of Stalinist Empire buildings. Any lover of Russian history will adore having the chance to look back on what life used to be like in this part of the world. There are also great parks like the Riviera Park while Sochi has museums for history, art and sport.

Anyone looking for a local culinary delight will be delighted to hear that Sochi grows Krasnodar tea and it offers a wide range of wines and brandy. No meal is complete without sampling at least one of these locally created drinks.

Near Sochi

The Greater Sochi region covers a lot of beach areas facing onto the Black Sea, making the wider area perfect for people who are looking to relax and soak up some sunshine. The heart of Sochi is perfect for travellers looking for some nightlife and excitement while the surrounding area of the region offers plenty in the way of relaxation.

Conferences Centres, Events & Conventions in Sochi

While Sochi may be seen as an ideal place to relax, the city is a great place to do business as well. With this in mind, there are a number of key conference centres and main hotels in Sochi. No matter where you are staying, it is easy to get around thanks to the range of limousine services Sochi has to offer. If you are looking for the finest corporate transportation Sochi has to offer or you want the most reasonable executive services Sochi can provide, Europe Shuttle will not let you down.

Main Hotels in Sochi

Some of the finest venues in Sochi include the Olympic Hotel and the Radisson Lazurnaya. These hotels can also provide an extensive range of conference facilities, ensuring you have everything you need whether you are relaxing or partying.