Flying over Batumi…

In April, we with Nastya went back to the magnificent Batumi. The city continues to change – the construction of new houses and hotels, developing tourist infrastructure. One such new facilities – cable car over the city, which was opened only a few months ago.


The construction of this road cost the investor $10 million Cableway is located in the heart of the city, near the river station. People in April, almost no card – 2$.

They say that in season there are huge lines. Now you can ride solo most of the booths go empty.

Upper station road is located on the mountain Feria, the road to which takes 10 minutes.

The route goes over the port and non-touristy residential areas.

Very cool to soar above the city from above and observe the local life.

Here you can see that Batumi is not only the Boulevard and skyscrapers, of which I told last year.

Buildings sometimes are so thick between the houses you can barely squeeze through.

In Batumi is home to around 120 000 inhabitants. Probably the majority lives in that private sector.

Skyscrapers are concentrated closer to the waterfront.

We offers a great view of the mountains.

And in the center of Batumi.

Rise above. Picture every second more beautiful.

At the foot of the mountains home is not the end. Deficit areas is forcing Georgians to settle on the slopes.

Near the top the path passes over the cemetery.

The trip ends at an altitude of 250 metres. But it seems that here at least twice.

For visitors built a comfortable observation deck, which is a complex of several cafes and hotels with panoramic Windows.

As for me, an awesome place to stay in Batumi. A couple of minutes – and you’re in the city centre. However, now the hotel has not yet opened.

From here the whole city as the palm.

On top there was no one except the family from Lugansk. Happy to put it in there.

To be here as much as anything – until you get bored.

Of course, the cable car is another must see in Batumi. Be sure to visit!

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