On New Year's Eve, the Ski Arrow will fly from Rostov to Sochi

On New Year's Eve, the Ski Arrow will fly from Rostov to Sochi

Source: https://big-rostov.ru/
A special tourist train will connect the capital of the Don and the Rosa Khutor mountain resort. This was reported in the press service of Russian Railways.

- The train will deliver tourists from Rostov-on-Don and Krasnodar to the Sochi mountain cluster. The first trains will depart on December 29 and 30 of this year," the Russian Railways said.

The carriages have everything you need for a comfortable trip to the ski resort. Sports equipment can be carried in hand luggage or in the luggage compartment. The "Ski Arrow" will run approximately until January 9.
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