The close concept Shopping Mall in the center of Batumi city. Working hours:10:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Situated near Magnolia building. There are different sections.In the first floor you find some cafe,mobile service and supermarket Goodwill . Batumi Mall is features more than 50 shops and other entertainment facilities for kids or adults. Free Wi-Fi and parking is available on sight.
“Batumi Botanical Garden - Botanical Garden in Adjara, 9 km far from the city Batumi, on the coastline between the Green Cape and the River Chaqvistskali mouth. The garden is about 1 km southwest of the coastline and it spreads from 0-220 meters above sea level. Batumi Botanical Garden - One of the largest and richest botanical gardens in the world, it is situated on 111 hectares and was set up in 1912. The garden includes the Colchis Forest Reserve and many different floristic landscapes. There are many species and varieties of plants in the garden. The botanical garden is the best place for nature lovers. There is no similar botanical garden in the world in the sense that the species of plants derived from completely different climatic and landscape zones coexist in Batumi Botanical Garden. In this magical garden, both the palm of the Canary Finch and the Japanese Sakura are equally flourished. There are several ways to enter in Botanical garden: 1) "Green Cape" (the main entrance) 2) Chakvi side 3) From the former Agricultural Institute (Pass) side”
“The park is near the boulevard and close to the zoo and dolphinarium, It is a good place for a walk around the lake, for family out, picnics, with friends. ”
“State Art Museum of Adjara - Real Estate of Cultural Heritage in Batumi, Adjara, which was founded in 1998. The Museum of Art is located in one of the historic buildings of Batumi, designed by famous architect Kakha Javakhishvili (1949). This monumental building is distinguished by its functional structure and aesthetic appearance, characterized by sophisticated architecture and simplicity of the decor. The facade is decorated with a relief frieze by famous sculptor Tamar Abakelia (1951-52). The museum keeps about 400 exhibits, paintings by well-known Georgian and foreign artists (Niko Pirosmani, D. Kakabadze, L. Gudiashvili, E. Akhvlediani, S. Bakalovich, Zomer, A. Terni, R. Petviashvili, N. Ignatov, A. Zankovski), G. Tsereteli, etc), Graphic (N. Churghulia, L. Zambakhidze etc) Paintings, ceramics, wood, glass, stamping, tapestry, sculpture( E. Fantareli, G. Ochiauri etc).”
“Located in very center of Batumi, cinema looks amazing from outside and nicely decorated inside. The movies are dubbed in either Russian or Georgian with their subtitles, rarely also in English!”
“Probably the oldest attraction in Batumi, construction of the boulevard began in 1881, when the Governor of the Batumi District assigned the German gardener, Reseller, to create a park alongside the seashore of Batumi Old Town. Nowadays, Batumi Boulevard has reached a length of around 7 kilometers and is approximately divided into ‘new’ and ‘old’ boulevards. The original and beautiful park is still here, with the addition of modern sculptures, benches, and fountains. During the height of the summer season, the seashore is busy with cafés, restaurants, beach bars, and clubs. In the off-season, it’s simply a beautiful sea-side boulevard. Stroll along at any time of the day, a quiet morning or hot afternoon, but you must come here just before sunset. Seeing the sun sink into the sea is sublime and unforgettable.”