Be charmed by the elegant Tsarist-era architecture of this quaint city, founded by Catherine the Great, when you book flights to Krasnodar with flydubai. Our aircraft head to southern Russia from locations all over the globe, with seats in Business and Economy Class to choose from, meaning we always have the perfect flight for your needs.
Both on the ground and in the skies, we go the extra mile to ensure your journey is comfortable and easy. All our airport locations have a designated check-in desk, with many also offering online check-in and mobile boarding passes to make the process of getting through the airport even smoother.
Whichever cabin you choose, all our passengers have the opportunity to enjoy a range of in-flight entertainment. Every seat boasts a personal HD touchscreen so you can indulge in a movie, get stuck into a TV boxset, play games or listen to music. Travelling with flydubai also gives you the freedom to connect with the world while you’re in the air – simply use our award-winning WiFi by connecting your mobile devices to the service.
If you pick an Economy Class fare, you can enjoy our spacious cabin with enough space to fly comfortably to Krasnodar. Spend your time enjoying a pre-booked hot meal or choose from the onboard range of snacks, beverages and duty-free products on offer.
You can enhance your journey by upgrading to a Business Class fare. Enjoy our personalised service that sees you fast-tracked through check-in and security. This will give you more time to relax and enjoy the cafes and shops of the departure hall before you board your flight and settle in to our most relaxing cabin. Recline in your flatbed to get a little sleep, tune into your larger touchscreen to enjoy a movie or sit back and enjoy complimentary hot food and beverages throughout your flight.
A visit to the impressive FC Krasnodar Stadium is a must for sports fans. Architecturally, this modern complex is one of a kind. The stadium opened its doors in 2016 and is fitted with a huge media screen that stretches around its perimeter, offering a futuristic approach for spectators. Book tickets for a game and immerse yourself in the infectious energy of live sport.
Restored in the 1980s and hard to miss, the iconic Holy Trinity Cathedral is truly stunning. Head to the church and admire its beautiful turquoise domes, stained glass windows and red brick design. Visit at night to experience the cathedral illuminated by glorious green-tinged lights.
Snaking through the city, the glittering Kuban River is the perfect spot for a leisurely walk in Krasnodar. Make your way to the water’s edge for a picturesque picnic or come during the evening to witness a striking unspoilt sunset.
Nestled near to the Black Sea, Krasnodar is one the southern Russia’s finest destinations. It’s not hard to see why it’s thought to be one of the best places to live in the country. With leafy parks, outstanding dining options and elegant historic architecture, this city has it all.
Krasnodar celebrates its colourful history with a series of brass statues. Spend a day gazing at the most iconic ones, dotted around the city.
The magnificent statue of Catherine the Great pays homage to the founder of the city. You’ll find it looming over one of the green spaces at the southern end of Krasnaya street, one of Krasnodar’s busiest streets. Further along this stretch, you’ll find a curious statue depicting two smartly-dressed dogs. The iconic monument highlights the city’s love of canines and it’s said that if you rub the dogs’ noses, you’ll be lucky in love.
Spend an afternoon admiring works in the Kovalenko Art Museum. On the approach to the building, you’ll be struck by the grandeur of the white and blue architecture, with its stylish structure and design. Head inside and allow the elegance to wash over you. Wander through its many exhibits and discover a wide collection celebrating ancient, international and regional art from famous Russian artists throughout history.
Felitsyn Museum is also well worth a trip. Meander between archaeological artefacts spanning the Cossack era and the Russian Civil War. Spot signet rings, ancient manuscripts and ceramic vessels among the collection.
Krasnodar is a city that embraces a leisurely way of life, which can be best experienced through its green spaces. Floral gardens, dog walking hotspots and family recreational zones are spread throughout the city, adding a swathe of green to the glorious cityscape.
Pay a visit to the Botanical Garden to walk among the monuments, statues, quaint ponds and blooming flora. There’s also a small aviary and plenty of wildlife to spot through its shaded trees. Or, for something more active, discover hidden treasures throughout Chistyakovskiy Grove Park. Fairground rides, amusements and carousels are nestled among the trees, making for a perfect afternoon out with the family.
Before you visit Krasnodar, please check with your country’s embassy to see what visa requirements are required for entering Russia.
While in Krasnodar, you’ll use the national currency, Russian Ruble. Frequently used banknotes include: 50, 100, 500, 1,000 and 5,000.
Russian is the most commonly spoken language in Krasnodar and a small amount of people may also speak some English.
From November through to March, the weather in Krasnodar is cold, with temperatures dropping to average lows of -3°C. However, the weather does get warmer from June to September, with average highs of 30°C.
Krasnodar has great public transport options, which makes travelling around the city a breeze. You can catch a bus, trolleybus or minibus, known locally as a marshrutka, which are all great low cost options to choose. However, during peak times these can get rather crowded, so you may want to hop into a taxi or hire a private vehicle.
When you travel to Krasnodar, you’ll fly in and out of Krasnodar International Airport (KRR). This airport is also known as Pashkovsky Airport and sits 12km east of the city.