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Tours in Batumi

Tours in Batumi

The Black Sea and the hottest sun, the best Adjarian khachapuri and friendly taxi drivers, the delicate aroma of flowering trees and young wine prepared according to old recipes inherited from grandfather - all this is Batumi, the city of love, smiles and inimitable hospitality. For those who love Georgia and its traditions, tours to Batumi are a balm for the heart, wounded by the bad weather and the monotony of gray working days.

Briefly about the important

  • Going on tours to Batumi, you should take clothes a larger size, because the local cuisine leaves no chance at all to return home in the same weight category. If we add here the hospitality of Georgians and their traditions of long feasts that smoothly flow from lunch to dinner, then in the presence of a decent company, bathing suits may not be useful at all..
  • If you manage to escape from a warm feast, some of the calories can be burned by renting a bike. It is this type of transport that conquers the hearts of both Batumi youth and tourists, exhausted by the size of the local portions in cafes and restaurants..
  • Hotels in the resort exist for a wide variety of tastes, but the best from the point of view of a real traveler are family guest houses. There may be no wireless Internet, but there will be much more hospitality and cordiality than stated in the advertising brochure..
  • A direct flight from Moscow to Batumi international airport lasts only 2.5 hours, and from Sochi you can get here by the famous ferry "Mikhail Svetlov".
  • The cheapest way to get around the city is by route taxis or buses. A regular taxi will not seem too expensive either, but it is important to negotiate the fare "on the shore".

Originally from childhood

One of the brightest childhood memories of tours in Batumi is walking in the botanical garden. Going on vacation to the Black Sea coast, Soviet parents tried to show the young generation all the best. Among the Batumi sights, in addition to the monument to Shota Rustaveli and the Tamara fortress, there was the Batumi Botanical Garden, founded at the end of the 19th century. Its collection numbers more than five thousand species, including New Zealand and Australian, South American and Mediterranean, Himalayan and Mexican plant specimens..
Batumi botanists made an invaluable contribution to the development of subtropical cultures, and thanks to their efforts, all the inhabitants of the USSR were provided with Georgian tea and tangerines for the New Year holidays.


  • Tours in Batumi
  • Tours in Batumi