Sochi is a world-class resort, the only subtropical resort in the country and one of the most popular and picturesque Russian cities.
• Unique nature
• Warm Black Sea and excellent beaches
• Lofty mountains of Krasnaya Polyana
• Architectural, cultural and historical sights
• Developed city infrastructure
Having hosted the XXII Winter Olympic Games and the inaugural Formula 1 Russian Grand Prix in 2014, the city became one of the largest centres of event tourism. 
One of the main venues of the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, located in Sochi’s Adler District.
In the Olympic Park, tourists can see large-scale sports stadiums, where the hockey, speed skating, figure skating, and curling competitions, as well as the opening and closing ceremonies of the XXII Winter Olympic Games were held.
During the day, you can rent bicycles, roller skates, segways, or go go-karting, and in the evening you can enjoy a musical fountain show.
There is also a free sports ground with open-air exercise machines, a field for mini-football, and a street basketball court. 
After watching the Formula 1 races, you can continue exploring the resort city by climbing to the peaks and alpine meadows of Krasnaya Polyana.
Near Krasnaya Polyana there are several venues built for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games. There are also modern world-class alpine ski complexes, which every year attract fans of active recreation from around the world.
The most dizzying attraction of Sochi, Skypark – an amusement Park at the height, helps to realize the wildest dreams of adventure lovers! Here visitors will find not only unique views, landscape and the longest pedestrian suspension bridge in the world, but also breathtaking high-rise attractions from the founder of bungee jumping AJ Hackett.
For romantics, food bloggers and connoisseurs of Haute cuisine there is a panoramic restaurant KAURI in the Park.