Sochi’s region is famous for its various culinary fusions. One of the most popular is cuisine from the mountainous Caucasian region. Visit this contemporary Caucasian restaurant by famous Moscow-based Novikov Group, and treat yourself to the best khachapuri and khinkali dishes paired with Armenian wine. Yummy!
Sochi Art Museum is one of the oldest and the biggest museums located in the city centre. Its collection spans more than 5,000 Russian and European art masterpieces, including works from such famous Russian painters as Aivazovsky, Polenov, Kustodiev and Shishkin.
Stalin’s Villa is undoubtedly one of the main attractions in Sochi and the most significant one from a historical perspective. The museum consists of the two floors of the house; the main entrance is on the second floor and a communist wax museum is on the ground floor.
A rainy day in Sochi offers its visitors a unique possibility to navigate from one local store to another and fill luggage with authentic gastronomic goods, souvenirs and home-made cosmetic products. Take your time and enjoy your day in comfort at one of Sochi’s markets.
Spa treatments undoubtedly have become the most sought-after activities in Sochi. Fortunately, rainy days are perfect for such occasions. The rain almost seems to force people into booking luxurious spa treatments at one of Sochi’s renowned centres. Why not treat yourself to an unforgettable wellness and health experience?
Head towards Corks, a beloved local wine spot among locals, where you can try delicious traditional Kuban wine available only in the Russian Federation. Don’t forget to book a table in advance if it’s a Saturday, this place might be full on a rainy day.
Wood Coffee, famous among locals for its great selection of morning and afternoon menu options, welcomes visitors with warmth and joy. Indulge in authentic Russian pancakes with fresh, local toppings, coffee beverages and more.