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Sightseeing in Batumi | The location of Batumi, which is adjacent to the Black Sea, gives it an important position in the economy of Georgia, and makes it a popular tourist destination in summer for people looking to enjoy the best beaches in Georgia located on the edge of the Black Sea coast. Sometimes the second Georgian capital after Tbilisi and is about 6 hours away from Tbilisi by car, as the city is an important commercial center; Due to its distinguished strategic location, as it is located in a semi-tropical area, which made its soil fertile, suitable for agriculture, and it is famous for its industrial activity, but its economy depends mainly on tourism, as it is considered one of the most important historical and tourist cities in Georgia and the city was nicknamed the Pearl of the Black Sea .



ممشى باتومي بوليفارد

Batumi Boulevard is the main and most visited sightseeing of the city. The recreation zone, which at the same time is a cultural heritage monument, for centuries, has unites the city’s guests or native inhabitants. It involves a seven-kilometer seaside promenade, 4 historic alleys, bike path, and more than 40 thousand tree-plants planted at different times on the area. Batumi Boulevard, with its historical meaning and continuous development cycle, became a visiting card of our city where everyone finds their place.


برج الحروف الأبجدية​ في باتومي
  • The Alphabetic Tower is a 130-meter-high structure in Batumi, Georgia. The tower symbolizes the uniqueness of the Georgian alphabet and people. The structure combines the design of DNA, in its familiar double helix pattern. Two helix bands rise up the tower holding 33 letters of the Georgian alphabet, each 4 meters tall and made of aluminum.

    In the middle of the building is an exposed elevator shaft leading to the very top of the building, in the crown of the structure, where a colossal silver ball is located.


تمثال علي و نينو في باتومي
  • The story, first told in the 1937 Austrian novel, Ali and Nino, is a familiar tale of lovers who end up in tragic circumstances that keep them apart. As opposed to warring families, in Ali and Nino’s case, it was the first World War. Ali, an Azerbaijani Muslim, falls in love with Georgian princess, Nino, but sadly, after they are finally able to get together, the war hits home and Ali is killed. The author of the novel is unknown, credited to the alias Kurban Said. But despite the unknown origins, the title has become a literary classic in the area and is considered to be the national novel of Azerbaijan.



fish market batumi
  • You have to go to the fish market when visiting Batumi to buy what you like fresh fish that you can cook yourself, or order to be prepared in the market.


حديقة باتومي النباتية
  • The Batumi Botanical Garden was started by the Russian botanist Andrey Nikolayevich Krasnov (1862-1914), brother of General Pyotr Krasnov, in the 1880s and officially opened on November 3, 1912. Krasnov died in 1914 and was interred at the garden which still houses his grave and statue.
    Under the Soviet Union, the garden was further expanded and developed, since 1925, into a principal institution for the study of Caucasian maritime subtropical cultures.


تلفريك باتومي
  • Argo Cable Car is a sightseeing attraction located on Anuria Mountain in Batumi, 250 meters high from the sea level. The complex offers spectacular views of the town, The Black Sea and the surrounding mountains. The center comprises in itself restaurants, Gift shops, Wine House, open air halls and podium. Building design is meaningfully enriched by the use of ARGO symbols, the ship by which Jason and Argonauts sailed to Kolkhida. The complex forms a high building and the podium to create an impression of being on a ship deck.


ساحة بيازا في باتومي جورجيا
  • The Batumi Piazza is an Italian-style open public area in the city of Batumi, Georgia. Various significant buildings surround the piazza which has open air cafes, hotels, and shopping. The piazza is one of the most visited and popular sights of the Batumi, located in the Seaside Zone about 4 blocks from the Black Sea.

Gonio Apsaros Fortress

قلعة جونيو أبساروس في باتومي
  • Gonio’s fortress, an impressive piece of Roman-Byzantine military architecture, covers 47,000 sq metres within a rectangle of high stone walls with 18 towers. Built by the Romans in the 1st century AD, it was occupied by the Byzantines in the 6th century and by the Ottomans in the 16th century. An interesting little museum sits in the middle of the site with a cross outside marking what’s believed to be the grave of the Apostle Matthias.



دولفيناريوم باتومي

Dolphinarium in Adjara, a seaside city of Batumi, which was opened in 1966. Dolphinarium is one of the most favorite places of Batumi visitors. It is always crowded. You will find wonderful performances of dolphins here. The Batumi Dolphinarium was one of the largest dolphinariums in the world. Dolphinarium is a modern design architectural building, which is equipped with the newest technology, marine life opportunities for sea animals and amazing performances.

Skhalta Cathedral

دير سخالتا في باتومي
  • The Skhalta monastery is located on a hill in the eponymous river valley, at the village of Q’inchauri, Khulo municipality, along a road, which, in the Middle Ages, strategically linked Adjara with Artani (modern Ardahan, Turkey). The written sources on Skhalta are scarce. A legend attributes the construction of the church to Queen Tamar (r. 1184–1213), who presided over the Golden Age of medieval Georgia. Modern studies date the church to the middle of the 13th century. At that time, the Skhalta valley was in possession of the noble family of Abuserisdze.


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