Imeretinsky Kurort railway station

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Imeretinsky Kurort
North Caucasus Railway terminal
The station
Location  Russia, Sochi
Coordinates 43°24′43.24″N 39°58′27.62″E / 43.4120111°N 39.9743389°E / 43.4120111; 39.9743389Coordinates: 43°24′43.24″N 39°58′27.62″E / 43.4120111°N 39.9743389°E / 43.4120111; 39.9743389
Line(s) KrasnodarSukhumi
Platforms 2
Tracks 2
Parking yes
Bicycle facilities yes
Opened 2013
Previous names Olympic Park

Imeretinsky Kurort railway station[1][2] (Russian: Имеретинский курорт) is a railway station of the North Caucasus Railway, a subsidiary of Russian Railways, located in Adler District of Sochi, Krasnodar Krai, Russia.


The station was built for the 2014 Winter Olympics as Olympic Park and was the main transport hub of Olympic Park, the coastal cluster.[3] During the Olympics, 26 pairs of trains departed daily from the station to Krasnaya Polyana railway station where the remainder of the Olympic events occurred.

15 March 2016 the station was renamed Imeretinsky Kurort.[4]