Take a walk through Riviera Park
Try fresh Russian lavash
Lavash is a type of flatbread that’s best eaten when it is just out of the oven, and visitors will find a place that bakes it on almost every corner of the city, with bakers usually cooking it right in front of their customers. The bread goes well with savoury meals, but is also delicious served with sugar alongside a cup of tea, coffee or even soft drinks.
Try and buy caviar at a trout farm
It’s a well-known fact that no Russian meal is complete without salmon caviar. Here in Sochi, you can find everything pertaining to this delicacy, from globally produced caviar to local varieties. Sochi trout farms produce a healthy product that tastes good and is less expensive.
Take a boat or yacht cruise
Boats and yachts are available on a daily basis to take you on a cruise along the Black Sea coast. Grab some hot mulled wine for your trip, and enjoy a relaxing journey admiring the natural landscape around you.
Try local feijoa jam
Take a walk through the centre of Sochi while enjoying some Russian black tea with feijoa jam. Locals prepare it without boiling it; they usually just add sugar, which preserves all of its health benefits.
Chase 33 Waterfalls
Sochi residents take pride in the 33 Waterfalls because of the surrounding area’s beautiful natural scenery. These waterfalls, a great collection of waterfalls varying in height, are a part of the Dzhegosh Stream. It’s better to visit early in the spring as the snow of the Caucasus Mountains will be melting slowly and feeding the falls.