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Sochi Conference Summer Program in Central Sochi (5* for 30 pax)

02 September  2020
Country / city: Russia / Sochi & Krasnaya Polyana
Season: Summer
Theme: Conference & Congresses

 

Morning Activities
08:00 — 13:00

Lunch
13:00 — 14:00

Afternoon Activities
14:00 — 19:00

Dinner Evening Activities
19:00 — 00:00

Day 1
8 Jul
2021
Thu

 

Airport Arrival Sochi International (New Terminal)

 

19:00 — 23:00 Transport & Guide (Hotel — Restaurant — Hotel)

19:30 Welcome Dinner at Baran-Rapan Restaurant

Day 2
9 Jul
2021
Fri

10:00 — 18:00 Full Day Conference at Swissotel Resort Sochi Kamelia

 

 

19:00 — 23:00 Transport & Guide (Hotel — Restaurant — Hotel)

19:30 Dinner at restaurant D.O.M

Day 3
10 Jul
2021
Sat

09:00 — 12:00 Half Day Conference at Swissotel Resort Sochi Kamelia

12:30 — 23:00 Transport & Guide

13:00 Black Sea Yacht Picnic

15:00 Walking Tour in Olympic Park

17:00 Special Backstage Tour in Fisht Stadium

19:00 Gala Dinner at Magellan Restaurant

Day 4
11 Jul
2021
Sun

Airport Departure Sochi International

 

 

 

HOTEL ACCOMMODATION

Swissotel Sochi Kamelia 5*

Located in a natural park overlooking the Black Sea, within easy reach of Sochi’s premier attractions and 30 minutes away from Sochi International Airport, the new deluxe Swissotel Sochi Kamelia mixes elegant simplicity with a distinctive flair. It boasts 203 guest rooms, many with fantastic sea views and private balconies. For unsurpassed luxury and service, Swissotel Sochi Kamelia offers accommodation in gorgeous spacious suites with terraces with sea views and chic contemporary duplex suites.

 

DAY 1 — 8th July 2021, Thursday

 Airport Arrival Sochi International (New Terminal)

 19:00 — 23:00 Transport & Guide (Hotel — Restaurant — Hotel)

 19:30 Welcome Dinner at Baran-Rapan Restaurant

DAY 2 — 9th July 2021, Friday

 10:00 — 18:00 Full Day Conference at Swissotel Resort Sochi Kamelia

Swissotel Resort Sochi Kamelia is the gorgeous 5-star beachfront resort with perfectly landscaped open heated swimming pools, blooming gardens and private sandy beach bordering the Black Sea.

Swissotel Resort Sochi Kamelia team guarantees your conferences, meetings and special events will run smoothly and efficiently. All rooms are fully air-conditioned, some offer natural daylight and all are equipped with modern technologies.

 19:00 — 23:00 Transport & Guide (Hotel — Restaurant — Hotel)

 19:30 Dinner at restaurant D.O.M

 

DAY 3 — 10th July 2021, Saturday

 09:00 — 12:00 Half Day Conference at Swissotel Resort Sochi Kamelia

 12:30 — 23:00 Transport & Guide

 13:00 Black Sea Yacht Picnic

 15:00 Walking Tour in Olympic Park

Sochi Olympic Park is an Olympic Park that was constructed for the 2014 Winter Olympics and 2014 Winter Paralympics. Located in the Adlersky City District of Sochi, Imeretinsky Valley, on the Black Sea (about 4 km, or 2.5 miles from Russia's border with Abkhazia/Georgia), the Olympic Park houses the main Olympic Stadium used for the Games' ceremonies, and the venues that were used for indoor sports such as hockey, figure skating, curling, and speed skating. It also houses training facilities, the Olympic Village, the international broadcasting centre, and other amenities. The park was designed so that all of the venues would be accessible within walking distance of each other. The venues are situated around a water basin containing a fountain known as «The Waters of the Olympic Park»; designed by California-based WET (which also designed the cauldron for the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City), the fountain measures 5.3 meters in diameter with a capacity of about 700,000 gallons of water, featuring more than 250 nozzles and jet systems that can create fog and choreographed water displays set to music.

Construction of the complex in the Imereti Lowlands began in 2007. The Imereti Lowlands was an important bird area protected since 1911, most of which was destroyed during the construction. Most of the venues were completed by 2013.

Adler Arena Skating Center: This 8,000-seat arena hosted the speed skating component of the Olympics.There are plans to potentially transform this arena into an exhibition hall for a more sustainable post-games use.

Bolshoy Ice Dome: This 12,000-seat arena first opened in 2012. This venue hosted the 2013 IIHF World U18 Championships and the 2013 Channel One Cup. During the Olympics Bolshoy Ice Dome played host to matches of the ice hockey competition. It was the main venue of the men's tournament, as well as the medal round of the women's tournament. The arena was designed to resemble a frozen water droplet. Its signature feature is its roof, which contains LED lights on its outer shell that illuminate the arena at night.The Ice Dome will be converted into an entertainment centre and concert venue. The primary tenant of the arena is currently HC Sochi, a member of the KHL. Has also hosted other events, including the Channel One Cup in 2013.

Fisht Olympic Stadium: This was the Olympic Stadium of the 2014 games, hosting the opening ceremony and the closing ceremony of the 2014 Winter Olympics, as well as the opening ceremony and the closing ceremony of the 2014 Winter Paralympics. For the winter games the stadium held a capacity of 40,000 spectators.The venue will be one of eleven arenas to host matches in the 2018 FIFA World Cup and one of four to host the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup. The stadium will seat 47,659 when it hosts these matches. It will be transformed from a domed stadium into an open-air venue during its World Cup renovation.

Ice Cube Curling Center: This 3,000-seat arena hosted curling component of the Olympics, as well as the wheelchair curling component of the Paralympics.

Iceberg Skating Palace: This 12,000-seat arena hosted the figure skating and the short track speed skating events of the Olympics.There have been plans to transform this venue into a track cycling velodrome for its post-game use.

Shayba Arena: This 7,000-seat arena hosted some matches of the ice hockey competition during the Olympics, and was the venue for the ice sledge hockey tournament during the Paralympics.[14] Shayba Arena and the Bolshoy Ice Dome are located 300 metres (980 ft) apart.

Sochi Autodrom: This 5.848 km Formula One racing street circuit loops around the Sochi Olympic Park, and has a capacity of 55,000 spectators. This venue was opened 21 September 2014.

 17:00 Special Backstage Tour in Fisht Stadium

Excursion to Fisht Stadium — an opportunity to visit one of the most beautiful stadiums in Russia, which hosted 2018 FIFA World Cup matches.

In the program: acquaintance with a sports facility, visiting the bowl of the stadium; access to the pitch of the football field visiting team locker rooms and tribune rooms.

 19:00 Gala Dinner at Magellan Restaurant

The theme of sea voyages in Magellan is read throughout. The monumental two-story building on Imeretinskaya Embankment is located so close to the water that you involuntarily catch yourself thinking that you are on the deck of the huge «Trinidad» as part of a sea expedition.

A fish restaurant in which the love of the sea is embodied in an unusual concept and authentic gastronomy of Eurasia, Africa and such distant but close to the heart regions of Russia, where cuisine and the sea are eternal companions.

 

DAY 4 — 11th July 2021, Sunday

 Airport Departure Sochi International