Sochi Olympic Park was the main venue of the XXII Winter Olympic Games. It was built in the Lower Imereti Bay. It is here that the "Fisht" stadium is located, where the opening and closing ceremonies of the Olympic Games took place; as well as Bolshoy Ice Dome and Ice Arena “Shayba”, which took hockey games; "Iceberg" skating palace, where the figure skaters performed; Adler-Arena, where skaters competed; Ice Cube Curling Center with matches on curling. All the sports grounds are located in a circle around the central square, where the winners were awarded during the Olympic Games, and now there is a light and music fountain here. «Iceberg» is now open all year round for skating, the rest of the arenas are used for competitions or concerts.
In addition to arenas and stadiums there is a race track in the Olympic Park of Sochi. Here one can take a master class from a professional rider or drive along the road in his car, go on an excursion to the paddock or to the Sochi Auto Museum with 70 unique cars. Nikola Tesla interactive museum and the museum of the Olympic Games with elements of the 1980 and 2014 Olympics that took place in Russia, are located under the roof of the Sochi Museum. A sports ground, a kart track, a rope park, bicycle and roller rental are also open in the Olympic Park. From the park one can get to the large entertainment "Sochi Park" with a 60-meter Ferris Wheel.