Krasnodar Krai (Russian: Краснода́рский край, tr. Krasnodarsky kray, IPA: [krəsnɐˈdarskʲɪj kraj]) is a federal subject of Russia (a krai), located in the North Caucasus region in Southern Russia and administratively a part of the Southern Federal District. Its administrative center is the city of Krasnodar. The third most-populous federal subject, the krai had a population of 5,226,647 as of the 2010 Census.
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5 based on 99 reviews
This new stadium is from the future! Both the exterior and interior parts look fantastic! I'm not saying that I've seen it all but after visiting such stadiums like Maracana, Stade Pierre-Mauroy in Lille and Donbass Arena in Donetsk I'm putting Krasnodar Stadium on top. It's a piece of art, amigos! Too bad Krasnodar is not hosting the World Cup...
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Gelendzhik is a very beautiful city, and the long embankment is very good for walking. Nice view to the sea and to the Mountains, many restaurants and café with different type of food makes it a wonderful place to spend time.
5 based on 215 reviews
The walking dogs sculpture symbolizes two dogs who have their first date after meeting on the corner. You can rub their noses and make a wish. Historical inspiration for this monument was the poem of Valdimir Mayakovskiy. He wrote this poem in 1926 when he saw a bunch of homeless pedigree dogs in Krasnodar. Their owners were killed during the revolution.
4.5 based on 856 reviews
I escape visiting a zoo in Russian. If you have ever visited one, you understand me. But it was a real European zoo as if in Berlin. And in some aspects even better. There were lifts to the mountain (unfortunately in the shape of benches but not cabins) to overview the whole zoo, mountain and the city down the mountain.
The zoo has a lot of species of animals - polar bears, lions, tigers, bears, monkeys. Some animals are from the circus and can show different plane tricks.
2 museums and a special ground for looking around far away make the zoo a very enjoyble place for family visits
4.5 based on 794 reviews
It's difficult not to give 5 stars to the whole street. Most of the attraction of the city are located if not on this street, then in the very close vicinity of it. Nice to stroll through in the evening - the lights, music playing, people watching. Lovely
5 based on 165 reviews
This is the movie from my childhood, so obviously, it brought warmth and a smile to my heart. There there were. studying for their exam, ignoring the word.
5 based on 509 reviews
Unlike the nearby Fischt Stadium, the design and construction finish standards of the Iceberg are both striking and high standard. Signage is good, information is good, access is good, access amenities is good and accessible access is to an acceptable standard. Russian engineering at its best, sadly the standard of this venue makes the Fischt Stadium look truly awful.
5 based on 323 reviews
The monument is partway down Krasnaya Street. It is very striking in Bronze. It celebrates the award by Catherine the Great , of the Krasnador region to the Kuban Cossacks.It is a recent reconstruction of the original destroyed by the Bolsheviks and represents a restoration of the history of Russia.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
Today, Rosa Khutor is a year-round world-class mountain resort It boasts a location very close to the slopes, advanced technology, amazing ski slopes designed by the globe’s leading experts, and the highest service and safety standards. Rosa Khutor is a prestigious resort that is nonetheless open to all. It is easily accessible via various transport options and offers a wide variety of activities for guests of different ages and families with children.
Me and my husband were impressed with the quality and professionalism of Serg Мезенцев. He is just incredible tour guide. I will highly recommend him to all of my friends once they are visiting Sochi in Russia. We loved all the presentations he did and will hire him for our next trip to Russia. Alena and Ken Dube. September 2017.
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This popular state reserve offers a breathtaking panoramic view of the magnificent West Caucasus Mountains.
Another on our own private tour, this time with Sochi Holidays. It is a fairly long drive from the port in Sochi to the Ski Resort but it is well worth it, plus we had a fantastic guide and also a very capable driver. Along the way the scenery is wonderful, combine this with all the renovations they did for the 2014 Winter Olympics and you have a perfect setting. To see it in all its glory, and we did before it becomes too cold and ready for the winter skiing, you must take the Gondola ride to the summit, listed at 2240mts, it affords a beautiful overview of some snow capped Mountains to the changing of the foliage for Autumn, to the villages in the Valleys below. To get to the top you will make two stops change Gondola's before reaching the Summit. It maybe a long journey but it is, perhaps, a once in a lifetime experience.
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