Top Choice Park in Batumi

Batumi Boulevard

Everyone soon finds themselves strolling along Batumis bulvari, the park strip fronting the main beach, originally laid out in 1884 and now stretching 6km along the coast. With its trees, paths, fountains, cafes, be…
Top Choice Square in Batumi

Evropas Moedani

Broad Europe Sq is surrounded by beautiful belle époque buildings – renovated survivors from Batumi's original heyday plus new buildings in similar style. The square's musical fountains are a magnet for kids on hot …
Top Choice Sculpture in Batumi

Ali & Nino

The 7m-high, ethereally moving, metal sculpture Woman and Man, by Tamar Kvesitadze, is universally known as Ali & Nino after the protagonists of Kurban Said’s marvellous novel of that name (see it after dark).
Museum in Batumi

Adjara Arts Museum

Well displayed and lit, the collection covers Georgian art including works by Pirosmani and Akhvlediani, as well as 19th- and 20th-century European and Russian painting.
Fountain in Batumi

Dancing Fountains

On the southern part of the Boulevard, known as the New Boulevard, an ornamental lake hosts the Dancing Fountains, an entertaining laser, music and water show.
Cable Car in Batumi

Cable Car

The 2.6km-long cable car carries you up to a shopping/cafe/restaurant complex on Anuria Hill for panoramic views over the city – especially pretty after dark.
Amusement Park in Batumi

Ferris Wheel

This large Ferris wheel stands near the northeast tip of Batumis bulvari.
Park in Batumi

6 Maisi Park

Sixth of May Park contains a lake, a modern dolphinarium (45min show adult/child 12 GEL/free; noon, 3pm & 6pm Tue-Sun) and a small zoo (adult/child 2 GEL/free; 11am-8pm) of Georgian and international wildlife. A…
Architecture in Batumi

Batumi Tower

Towards the north end of Batumis bulvari rises Georgia's tallest building, the 200m-high Batumi Tower, looking a bit like a mini Empire State Building – with a mini Ferris Wheel implanted in its side! Constructed un…
Mosque in Batumi

Ortajame Mosque

Batumi’s only surviving mosque, built in the 1860s, is finely painted in pinks, greens and blues, with Koranic calligraphy on the walls – but is no longer big enough to accommodate the faithful who overflow on to th…