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Sochi is Ready to Receive Tourists
22.11.2011 14:48
Sochi is Ready to Receive Tourists

The upcoming winter season in Sochi is expected to be full of fun and outdoor adventure. Four winter resorts, located in Krasnaya Polyana, are ready to receive tourists: “Gornaya Carousel”, “Rosa Khutor”, “Laura” and “Alpika-Service”. According to the calculations of the local administration, these recreation centres will be visited by 300 thousand tourists. 

      It is supposed that new ski lifts and hotels will increase the number of guests at the “Rosa Khutor” resort, where about 40 thousand skiers spent their time last year. The season starts here on December 24.

      As for the “Gornaya Carousel” resort, the opening ceremony has been already held and you can enjoy all great winter activities.

      While there is autumn in Europe, Krasnaya Polyana is covered with snow. Low temperatures and snowfalls make it possible to begin the season in the middle of November.

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Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Sochi activity holidays   

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