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Description Zhemchuzhina is right by the shores of the Black Sea in Sochi, just 25 minutes drive from the airport. It offers yacht cruises, free private beach and pool access. more

Sochi Hotels

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AdvantagesSunny a good part of the year, lots of outdoor leisure activities and parks, lovely people

DisadvantagesNot many cultural sights

...distinctive in that it?s actually the only sub tropical part of Russia. Did you know that palm trees grow in Russia? Well in Sochi there are loads of them; not only that but this region has the most northerly tea plantations in Europe. On a hot summer?s day it feels more like the French Riviera than Russia as you walk along the palm tree-lined promenade past the designer boutiques and top class restaurants...

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Advantagessea, sun, history

Disadvantagesgetting there, stony beach, airport

...early in the season and so the resort was fairly quiet: a few families, couples and young people; although we did spot a few Americans. As Russian students we have decent russian. I'm not sure travelling independently in Russia is possible without some basic knowledge of the language. At the very least you're going to get ripped off. If there are package deals to Sochi, I very much recommend you go...

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published 02/01/2004

AdvantagesCity of such beauty

DisadvantagesLocals tend not to be overly friendly

...I took Paul to St Petersburg, Russia in November 2003. It was his birthday/Christmas present. It had been a destination we both always fancied, and whilst looking through the Sunday Telegraph travel section, we saw a tour company advertising trips. After looking into that deal and then independent travel, we decided to go it alone!! So we booked our flights out of Heathrow, direct to...

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