Batumi is Georgia’s second largest city, located on the Black Sea coast and serving as the capital of Ajdara. It is located at the foot of the Caucasus in a subtropical zone. The city’s economy is centered on tourism and gambling (it is known as “The Las Vegas of the Black Sea”), but it is also an important seaport with industries such as shipbuilding, food processing, and light manufacturing.

Batumi has been transformed since 2010 by the construction of modern high-rise buildings as well as the restoration of classical 19th-century edifices that line its historic Old Town.

Batumi is Georgia’s most popular summer vacation spot. The city’s waterfront promenade is lined with a mix of modern and Belle Époque-style hotels, while old town spires and modern towers dot the skyline.

Adjara is distinguished from the rest of Georgia by its black-sand coastline, lush interior highlands, and warm, humid climate.

Batumi has unusual architecture, beautiful nature, an excellent cafe culture, vibrant markets, street art, and much more.

Outside of the city, you’ll discover Roman ruins, one of the region’s largest botanical gardens, and hiking trails in some of Georgia’s best national parks, including the country’s first Natural UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Colchic Rainforests and Wetlands.

Batumi is quite spread out, but getting around is simple by foot, bicycle, or public transportation.

Batumi Boulevard is the pride and joy of the city. It was built in 1884 and stretches for 7 kilometers along the seafront, making it one of the city’s oldest parts and one of Europe’s largest parks of its kind. The ostentatious buildings along Batumi’s waterfront stand in stark contrast to the Old Town’s classical facades. One of the reasons Batumi has been dubbed “the Las Vegas of the Caucasus” is the unusual silhouette of its skyline.

The architecture of modern civic buildings and highrise apartments ranges from the artistic to the bizarre.

Batumi has changed dramatically in the last decade. Formerly half-closed regime border zone transformed into tourism paradise and the best holiday destination in Georgia. New bank buildings, transcontinental hotels, modern tourist and sports complexes, and residential houses are being built to international standards. A luxurious trading center with swimming pools, a yacht club, and children’s entertainment is being constructed. The entire historical district of the city has been transformed into an area of boutiques, bars, tea and coffee houses.

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