About Sights – Aerial Tramway in Batumi

A 2 km long aerial tramway opened in the city of Batumi (Georgian: ბათუმი) on Georgia’s Black Sea coast in August 2013 and links the heart of the city’s waterfront with the Argo Entertainment Center development on Anuria Mountain. With a capacity of 500 passengers per hour, the aerial tramway provides spectacular views of the city.

Aerial Tramway in Batumi

Aerial Tramway in Batumi

An impressive, angular, glass Lower Station is located on Gogebashvili Street.

Aerial Tramway in Batumi

Lower Station of the Aerial Tramway in Batumi

Lower Station of the Aerial Tramway in Batumi

Lower Station of the Aerial Tramway in Batumi

The Lower Station of the Batumi Aerial Tramway

The Lower Station of the Batumi Aerial Tramway

Batumi from the Aerial Tramway

Batumi from the Aerial Tramway

The Upper Station is located on Anuria Mountain and contains a broad viewing platform that provides amazing views of Batumi.

The Upper Station of the Batumi Aerial Tramway

The Upper Station of the Batumi Aerial Tramway

The Upper Station of the Batumi Aerial Tramway

The Upper Station of the Batumi Aerial Tramway

How much does it cost? An adult ticket costs 3 GEL.

Batumi Aerial Tramway

Batumi Aerial Tramway

Georgia About recommends a ride on the Batumi Aerial Tramway!

Photos courtesy of the President’s Administration.

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