You can ice skate all year round at this modern installation.
The Stalin Museum is an interesting and hagiographic establishment. Stalin lived here for just a few months in 1901–02 when he helped...
Broad, attractive Europe Sq sports musical fountains which are a magnet for kids on hot summer evenings. Towering over the square is the...
The Literary Cafe is a great stop for hot drinks and and indulgent cakes and pastries, with a mildly artsy ambience and books to peruse...
Right on the waterfront facing the harbour, this open-air pavilion has a fine location and respectable food (mainly Georgian standards).
Lonely Planet review
Batumi’s only surviving mosque, built in the 1860s, is finely painted in pinks, greens and blues, with Koranic calligraphy on the walls. Friendly men often gather to socialise outside.