The largest natural park in downtown Sochi is also the most scenic. There is a park planted with many forest plants and lawn flowers and vegetation. The interior of the park is also quite large. The colorful flowering season is still very attractive. There is a small hill where you can see far away scenery.
The Riviera Park in Sochi is a very beautiful city park. The environment here is very beautiful, with dense forests and flat lawns, the flowers are brightly manicured and neatly trimmed, and you can see the beautiful scenery of the surrounding city from the heights. The air is quite good and it is definitely worth visiting.
The park is not big, well, the parks in Sochi are not big. Suitable for children, there are many amusement facilities. If there are no children, it is a very boring attraction with a strong commercial atmosphere. But bypassing the main road, we ran into two squirrels in the park. They were the biggest squirrels I have ever seen. They were not so afraid of people. It was very pleasant to sit on a chair and watch the squirrels looking for something to eat.
When I came to the resort town of Sochi by the Black Sea, I discovered that Varna, Bulgaria, did not see the beauty of the Black Sea. As the "summer capital" of the Russians, Sochi must be the place where the fighting peoples flock in summer. Watching the sea and sky in front of you, surrounded by mountains behind you, is that life! However, despite having hosted the Winter Olympics, Sochi rarely appears in the travel destinations of Chinese people. It is a pity!
Sochi''s most popular park, inside still have a few playground, gallery, coffee shops, statues, swimming pool, etc., and by the Russian cosmonaut peacefully explore space the name of the beautiful magnolia trees planted. In addition to an aquarium is suitable for the families with children.
Preston_Dominguez: Egorova street, 1, Sochi, Krasnodar region
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Riviera Park,Dostoyevsky Museum,Muzey Istorii Goroda-Kurorta Sochi( The Museum of the city of Sochi),Sochi Art Museum,Cathedral of St. Michael the Archangel