Argo Cable Car in Batumi, offers visitors a unique opportunity to experience stellar panoramic views of the Black Sea, surrounding rugged mountains, and the entire city.
Batumi Boulevard is a 7 km long green space between the city and the Black Sea, considered as one of the oldest and most visited attractions.
Batumi Mosque known as Orta Jama is located on walking distance from Batumi Boulevard and Batumi Sea Port.
Batumi Ashkenazi synagogue was completed in 1904 by architect S. Vulkovich, who took inspiration from the synagogues of Amsterdam and Hague.
Europe Square in Batumi is a popular area with fountain, the statue of Colchis princess and restaurants.
Batumi Sea Port is located on the Black Sea coast and serves Passenger, Oil, Container, Rail-Ferry Crossing, and Dry Cargo Terminals.
St. Nicholas Orthodox Church is one of the most ancient cult buildings preserved in Batumi.
Holy Mother Virgin Nativity Cathedral is the main Christian Orthodox cathedral of the Diocese of Batumi and Lazeti.
The prominent landmark of Batumi boulevard the Alphabetic Tower offers visitors best panoramic views and a rotating panoramic restaurant.
The steel kinetic sculpture of Man and Woman move toward each other and embrace briefly until they are still separated. The process takes 10 minutes.
Adjara State History Museum includes history department, department of geology, archaeology, arts and even endemic vegetation.
Batumi Piazza is an Italian-style square with beautiful figurative marble mosaic and open air cafes, souvenir shops and hotels around.
The museum tells the history of the southwestern region of Adjara starting from prehistoric times, with special attention to ancient kingdom of Colchis, nowadays west Georgia.
Museum houses exhibits introducing to the visitors Brother Nobels technological achievements and reflecting economic and cultural development of 19th c Batumi.