Batumi is a seaside city on the Black Sea coast and capital of Adjara, an autonomous republic in southwest Georgia. Batumi serves as an important port and a commercial center. It is situated in a subtropical zone, rich in agricultural produce such as citrus fruit and tea. While industries of the city include shipbuilding, food processing, and light manufacturing, most of its economy revolves around tourism. Since 2010, the face of the city has been transformed by the construction of new high-rise landmark buildings and the renovation of the Old Town.
Enjoy Your summer vacations at Batumi with 1-3 hour daily excursions!

Transfer from and to Tbilisi Airport (hotel)
Inland transportation
Tour Guide
Hotel Accommodation at Batumi (double room)
1 bottle of mineral water per person per day
Air Fare
Single room supplement
Museum entrance fees
Alcohol beverages
Travel Insurance

Day 1

Meeting at the airport. Transfer to Batumi. Accommodation at hotel.

Day 2

Seaside Park of Batumi.
The resort town Batumi is well-known not only with its ancient temples and other historical sites but also with Seaside Park (Primorsky Park), more often called by the citizens as boulevard.Batumi Seaside Park is located on the north-western coastal part of Batumi, stretching along it for 7 km. The Park history begins in the end of XIX century. This place was occupied by a dump with waste at that time. Almost the whole seaside was unsuitable for rest. Owing to the efforts of the city-folk this place was turned into one of the most beautiful places of Batumi.

Day 3

Batumi Archaeological Museum.
The Batumi Archeological Museum is one of the oldest Georgian museums. Though it has a centenary history it was opened for visitors as late as in 1994. This is one of the best archeological museums both in Batumi and in whole Georgia. The Museum has collected the monuments of material culture of different epochs. Its collection includes 22800 exhibits, the majority of which are finds from the excavations carried out in the territory of Adjaria.

Day 4

Ali and Nino, The Main Temples and Churches.
The “Ali and Nino” moving sculpture in Batumi is definitely one of the most amazing and memorable sights in this Georgian Black Sea resort. In the opinion of the most Batumi visitors “Ali and Nino” is a celebration of true love without boundaries and prejudices.
The most famous temples of Batumi are the Blessed Virgin Cathedral Church (1903), St. Barbara Church (1888), St. Nicolas Greek Church (1865). Before 1936 there also existed Alexander Nevsky Church in Batumi.

Day 5

Botanical Garden of Batumi.
The Botanical Garden of Batumi looks like the real Garden of Eden from the Bible pages. There is no other way to name this amazing paradise area where samples of the most rare, strange and beautiful plants of the world are collected! The huge territory of the garden (more then 110 hectares) hosts the collection of more then two thousand tree species.

Day 6

Gonio Fortress.
The oldest fortress of Georgia – the Gonio Fortress (or the Gonio-Apsaros Fortress) occupying the territory of 4,5 ha is situated in village of Gonio in Adjara, 15 km from Batumi city. The fortress history amounts to several millenniums. The ancient archeological layers, dug in the fortress territory belong to the XV-XVII centuries BC. There exists a legend that the name of Apsaros originates from the ancient Greek myth about Argonauts. According to the legend this was the place where Apsyrtus, King Aet’s son killed by Jason, was buried.

Day 7

Check-out at hotel. Transfer to the airport.
Batumi Background
Batumi Center
Batumi at night
Batumi City View
View from Botanic Garden

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