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Traveling to Sochi
By Plane
There are several flights a day from different Moscow airports: Vnukovo, Domodedovo, and Sheremetyevo-1. Flight time between Moscow and Sochi is about 2 hours. Visitors from outside Russia can fly to Sochi through Istanbul (Turkey), or UAE (Dubai). There are also flights from most big cities in Russia.
Aeroflot: Sochi (8622) 94-40-97 Moscow/ (095) 753-55-55/
Flights to Istanbul by Chernomor Avia - representative in Istanbul tel. 0544-813-11-12
By Train
There are several daily trains from Moscow. Train travel from Moscow to Sochi takes from 26 hours (the fastest train) to 32 hours. (Cost from $50-100)
By Ferry or Hydrofoil
The seaport of Sochi is located in the city and serves both passenger and cargo ships. There is direct sea connection with Turkey and Georgia. There is a ferry to Trabson (4-5 times a week) and a ferry and a hydrofoil to Istanbul (about 12 hours) once or twice a week. The ferry (and hydrofoil to Georgia) three times a week.


Ferry and Hydrofoil schedules and prices
(note! the schedule changes very often)

Prices below are in rubles (the rate at that moment was $1=30rub)

m/v Kanin
Sochi - Istanbul Monday 45 hrs.
Return - 5930 rub.
Single - 3555 rub.
Istanbul - Sochi Friday 45 hrs


Sochi - Trabzon 2-3 times a week
2000 - 3000 rub.


m/v Michael Svetlov
Sochi - Poti - Batumi
Monday Wednesday, Friday 5:00 p.m.
Sochi - Poti - 1282 rub. (10hrs)
Sochi - Batumi - 1432 (13 hrs)

Hydrofoil 1:00 p.m.
Sochi- Poti - 1550 (4,5 hrs)
Sochi - Batumi - 1600 (6hrs)

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