Sochi Airport Transportation
Just north of the Russia-Georgia border, Sochi International Airport is a large facility that offers instant access to stunning Black Sea resorts, hotels, and forested mountains. Book a ride to make the sightseeing easy, choosing between private lifts that range from buses to sedans for intimate travels, also considering the ultimate convenience of meet-and-greets for work trips, whether it be an elegant stretched limousine or simple shared ride van.
Shared Ride Van
Local Personal Drivers
AER Airport Terminals
Sochi Airport Shuttles
With over 18 miles of beautiful Black Sea coast to ride along, the distance between Sochi International and downtown Sochi makes the most of the region’s landscape. Book a shuttle to enjoy the view while balancing your wallet’s budget, soaking in various landscapes as well as the convenient opportunity to take advantage of custom drop-offs, whether it’s to a seaside resort or cozy cottage in the hills.
With so much going on in every direction, it’s easy to get lost in the foothills of the Caucasus Mountains, even more if you know where you’re headed. Study the map ahead of time, staying close to the southern neighborhood of Kostinsky for close access to Park Dendrary V Sochi, or take advantage of the northern regions that include Mamayka and Novvy Sochi, both of which provide crème of the crop views of the Black Sea, plus close access to downtown. And for totally central location, stay near downtown Sochi’s eclectic Sochi River, home to its own riverside trail as well as shops, restaurants, and Sochi National Park.
Those trying stay on the ball should keep close to their shuttle reservations and important documents. Print out your confirmation email the moment it arrives, doing the same with your hotel and vehicle reservations, while digital scans of your physical documents prove just as useful, whether it be a medical prescription or driver’s license. Keep everything in one place by getting a travel journal to help with the journey, utilizing hidden pockets, sleeves, and compartments to store all your valuables and thumb drives.
About Sochi International Airport
Enjoy the many shops and eateries on-site while you wait for your flight, grabbing a cup of coffee at Babooshka Café, or get some posh eats and drinks at Grenki Pub. There are several shops as well, including the Leather Goods Store KAZA, ornate jewelry from Mikhailov Gallery, and trendy t-shirts from Bullfinch, while a few duty-free shops offer in-flight conveniences. For those wanting to unwind, there is a relaxing spa on the upper floor, not to mention plenty of space to get the blood flowing with a short walk.Located in the heart of Adler, finding a nearby getaway is easy if you give yourself the chance to explore. Families looking for all-day adventures should head to the Amphibious Water Park, or explore the diversity of fishes and live mermaid performances at Sochi Discovery World Aquarium. For modern concerts right by the sea, head to the Olympic Stadium Fisht, a popular facility installed for the 2014 Winter Olympics and now home to national soccer games.
Go museum-hopping for some indoor fun instead, taking in the neoclassical art and sculptures at Sochi Art Museum, afterward checking out thousands of artifacts at the Museum of Sochi History. You can also get a balance of inside and outside at the Dolphinarium ‘Riviera’, an all-in-one family fairgrounds home to unusual statues, amusement parks, and restaurants. For a great view at the end of the day, head to Marine Station, a busy downtown port known for its mix of modern and rustic architecture as well as ferry rides across the water. And when you’re ready for dinner, grab a bite at Sochi’s best, from the classic Georgian cuisine at Khinkalnaya Belye Nochi to the classic Russian recipes and beachside views at Sanremo.
Lounges at Sochi Airport