Rosa Khutor is located in Krasnaya Polyana, in the Adler region of the city of Sochi, 40 kilometers from Adler International Airport. The resort is very conveniently situated and easily reachable by public transport and car.

From Moscow to Sochi


The flight from Moscow to Sochi takes about two hours, or three hours from St. Petersburg. Aeroflot, UTair, S7 Airlines, and other companies have regular direct flights from Moscow. The Adler Airport also receives direct flights from Krasnodar, Samara, Yekaterinburg, Novosibirsk, Vladivostok, Kyiv, and other cities. Information about flights is on the airport's web site


Trains from Moscow to Sochi take 25 to 40 hours, depending on the route. Trains depart from Kazansky and Kursky stations. There are direct trains to Sochi from all over Russia. If you plan to stay in Krasnaya Polyana, you can buy a ticket with Adler as the final destination. Information about schedules and tickets is on the Russian Railways web site


The drive to Sochi from Moscow is about 1,500 kilometers along federal highways M-4 (Don), M-29 (Kavkaz), and M-27 (Dzhugba-Sochi). The most difficult stretch is the windy road from Dzhugba to Dagomys, about 200 kilometers in length.

From Sochi to Krasnaya Polyana


40 km from Adler following the recently renewed A-148 highway, safe and straight, with the brand new tunnels. The highway starts in the center of the Adler region of Sochi on a roundabout that crosses the M-27 Federal highway.


Bus No. 105 travels from the central Sochi train station to Rosa Khutor Resort with a stop at the international airport. Bus No. 135 leaves from Novy Vek shopping center in Adler.


On November 1st 2013 the "Lastochka" electric train was launched on a new route arriving at the station Krasnaya Polyana, in the closest proximity to Rosa Khutor Resort. The schedule of the trains on the route Sochi railway station - Krasnaya Polyana and Olympic Park - Krasnaya Polyana is available on the website of the Russian Railways