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This tiny park is located in the Svetlana microdistrict. It is named after well-known Bolshevik Mikhail Frunze. With its peaceful alleys and a pergola overlooking the sea, it is a good place for a walk or a jog. The park has a theater which hosts all kinds of performances, from rock and pop to classical and dance.
Valeriya Vladimirovna Barsova (1892-1967) was an esteemed opera singer who sang at the Bolshoi. From 1947 to 1967, she spent a few months every year at her dacha (summer house) in Sochi, which in 1988 was converted into a museum. If you are interested in Russian and Soviet cultural life, do not hesitate to visit it. The museum also holds art exhibitions and intimate concerts. As for the location, the institution is situated close to Frunze Park and the Arboretum.
The Frunze Park has a theater that hosts performances by well-known musicians, both classical and contemporary, as well as dance collectives. The theater is housed in a neoclassical edifice built in the 1930s. It is located right by the sea, which is perfect for those who would like to take a scenic walk before or after the show.
If you like beer, check out this brewery and restaurant at the corner of Donskaya and Gagarina streets. It offers a posh ambiance and a menu filled with beer grub such as knedliky (Czech dumplings), as well as seafood dishes. For music lovers, the restaurant regularly organizes live music concerts.
The annual music festival in Sanremo, Italy is very popular in Russia, so it is no wonder that someone would name their restaurant after that town. Especially if it is an Italian restaurant. Sanremo in Sochi is noted not only for its cuisine but also for its seaside location, gorgeous views, and breezy vibe. The restaurant's designers aimed to create a unique "beach feeling," even covering the floor with sand for authenticity. The prices in Sanremo are quite high, but the food makes up for the price and the restaurant also serves as a venue for concerts of popular Russian musicians.