Batumi Georgia

Tour packages in Batumi Georgia


  • Old Batumi – Batumi Boulevard
  • Batumi Botanical Garden – Dolphinarium
  • Piazza Batumi – Argo Entertainment Center And Batumi Cable Car
  • Gonio-Apsaros Fortress – Makhuntseti Waterfall
  • Skhalta Monastery

Batumi Georgia

Batumi Georgia – the “Pearl of the Black Sea.” As it is often called—is located in the autonomous republic of Adjara. European architects undertook numerous projects in Batumi. As for beginning of the 20th century.  today it remains a hub of architectural innovation.

The sunny and modern Batumi personifies all the charm of a southern city. Sea resort of the third millenium with high-class luxury hotels. It is located on the Black Sea coast and is exquisitely framed by exotic subtropical flora. Palm trees, cypresses, magnolias, oleanders. Bamboo trees, laurels, lemon and orange trees, thuyas and box trees delight the eye everywhere.

Batumi Georgia

Batumi is located in a convenient natural Black Sea bay. At the same time it is not only an important seaport for entire Georgia. Also a tourism capital of the country. The first thing is – The romantic picture of ships departure from the harbor is better seen from Batumi Quay. Batumi citizens name this place Seaside Park-Boulevard. It surrounds the city along its sea border for 8 km. It is at all times very crowded. This is the most popular place for both locals and visitors of the capital. Firstly, the city beach is next to the Boulevard. The beaches in Batumi and its vicinities are stony without sand. BEST DESTINATIONS IN GEORGIA.


Batumi Boulevard

Construction of the 7 km seaside boardwalk begun in 1881 by the famous Prussian gardener and landscape architect Ressler. Two years after the project began, Ressler passed away and Michael D’alfons, a French architect, completed the boulevard. Recently, a Spanish architect designed and constructed a new, modern addition for the boulevard. The coastal line of the boulevard has been beautified with bungalows, café-lounges, restaurants, children’s attractions, benches, sculptures and dancing fountains—making it one of the city’s most attractive tourist destinations.  Read more