Strategically located near the Turkish border and at the coastline of the Black Sea, The Batumi is yet another attention-grabbing tourist point in Georgia. As per some reports, President Donald Trump once even had a plan to build a skyscraper here. It provides travelers with a stark contrast of conventional old vs sparkling and modern architecture. As the second biggest airport in Georgia, Batumi Airport takes care of numerous overseas destinations like Dubai, Moscow, Istanbul and Kiev etc. Because of its location at the foot of the Black Sea, Batumi is referred to as a beach holiday destination. However, the encompassing Adjara mountains offer more than sunbathing. Europe Square, Batumi Boulevard, Ali and Nino statue (aka Statue of Love), Nurigeli Lake, Dolphinarium, 6 May Park, Batumi Port, Old Batumi and Cable car are top places and things to do in Batumi. Visit to Batumi city is possible in all weather. During rainy months, Batumi becomes intimate – vibrant, cheerful with people-pebbled avenues. If you are in Batumi in the fall months, it is a plus point as it is possible to take part in two large-scale events – “Batumoba” and rural tourism festival – “Gandagana”. Both of these events symbolize Adjarian towns and demonstrate a multitude of fresh local fruits and sweet Georgian dishes that load the air with a mouth-watering aroma.