Batumi is the second-largest city of Georgia after the capital city Tbilisi, located on the coast of the Black Sea in the country’s southwest. The capital of Adjara Province and the main Black Sea resort of Georgia.
There are so many cool things to do and places to visit in and around the city and most of all got in touch with the Georgian culture and got to meet lovely people.
Laid out in 1884 it’s now stretching 6km along the coast. On the way see some of the most notable sights of Batumi, such as Ali and Nino Monument – metal structure of man and women who meet and love each other beautifully lit at night. Then you will find large Ferris Wheel and the 145m-high Alphabet Tower – monument to Georgian old and unique script. Passing past many cafes and attractions you can watch many new towers on your left, new Radisson and Sheraton hotels and Georgia’s tallest building, the 200m-high Batumi Tower.
Batumi has not only new modern buildings, its best buildings are 19th century buildings, from the period when the city was free port on the Caspian oil route to Europe and was flourishing.
It got its name from the fact of joining Batumi to the Assemble of European Regions.
The Statue of Medea (Greek mythology, Medea was the daughter of King Aeëtes of Colchis) was place at the centre of the square.
108 hectare area of land 9 km north of the city of Batumi, capital of Autonomous Republic of Adjara, Georgia. Located at the place called Mtsvane Kontskhi (“The Green Cape”) on the Black Sea shore, it is one of the largest and richest botanical gardens in the world.
The Garden territory at present includes 9 phyto-geographical departments: East Asian, North American, New Zealand, South American, Himalayan, Mexican, Australian, Mediterranean (European) and Transcaucasia humid subtropics.
If you are into marine wildlife look no further and visit the Batumi Dolphinarium. They present to its guests the new interactive show. It includes about 30 acts: three dances, playing with rings and balls, balancing on the tails, unforgettable Foot Push and many other new and old stunning moments.
You can also get up close and personal and interact with these gentle creatures you have a chance to swim them from approximate 15 minutes at a minimal fee.
Viticulture (science, production, and study of grape) is an essential component of Georgian and Ajarian culture that has been cultivated for over hundreds of years. In total, there are around 50 different grape species that are still used in wine production to this very day. Wine in Georgia is less expensive with compare to it other European counterpart but it can be at same or even superior with taste.
A traditional Georgian feast is a superb display of the diversity of Georgian cuisine, cooking techniques, table-setting traditions and other accompanying rituals. Ajarian cuisine is an inseparable aspect of Georgian cuisine; however the cultural influence of Asian cuisine can be clearly seen in a variety of Ajarian dishes. In mountainous Ajara, dairy products are common ingredients in many dishes. Boat-shaped Ajarian khachapuri is one of the most famous Ajarian dishes. Sweets also play an important role in Ajarian cuisine.
Stretching from the Georgian Black Sea coast beach in Batumi are quite unique where you can enjoy the blue water of the Black Sea and the enjoy the scenery of the great Caucasus Mountains, which are very nicely visible in the springtime along the sea.
Be reminded that most of the beaches in Batumi are stone beach (pebbles) so better bring appropriate footwear.
To book your holiday in Batumi Georgia, you can visit our website www.southtravels.com/holidays. Take advantage of the seasonal direct flight of flydubai these summer start from June 16 until end of September 2018.
A paradise city of sea, sun and enchanting town by the bay.
Tivat is located in the central part of the bay of Kotor in southwest Montenegro which offers great views across the bay with an amazing sunset; selection of sumptuous restaurants at the seaside promenade, shopping experiences at luxury brand boutiques and specialty shops, the gorgeous and friendly
Flydubai will operate flights between Dubai and Tivat up to three times a week from 26 March to 26 October 2018. Other airlines flying to Tivat are Aeroflot Airlines and Siberia Airlines.
Tivat is already a popular tourist destination for its nautical tourism in the southern Adriatic. In UAE and Middle East, this is becoming an interesting #holidaytogo for all tourists trying to explore the island.
According to the reviews of travellers who have explored the city, the best time to visit is broadly between April and September. Heavy tourist during the months of July and August; and its cheapest on October – January.
Soak in Sun-Kissed Beaches
It is perfect for an ideal summer holiday from June to September. One of the famous beaches is Plavi Horizonti beach which is good for the families with young children, playing on the shore with buckets and shovels. A wonderful place to relax. Other notable beaches are Donja Lastva Beach, Waikiki, Belane and the Oblatno. Pack your swim gears now!
Experience Hiking in Paradise
You can start your hike from Donja Lastva, walk uphill to Gornja Lastva – a gorgeous village; or detour to the mountain saddle of Vrdola in which you will have a chance to enjoy the panoramic view of Tivat Bay. The beautiful walking trails passing through to the virgin nature will mesmerize you to the core, and leave you in awe, wishing that you can stay on the place – forever!
Strut a walk at the Porto Montenegro Marina
Dubbed as the first luxury marina on the Adriatic, don’t be shy to experience fun, glamorous and relaxing stay as the marina has many facilities to offer – restaurants, highest fashion brands, lifestyle events like James Bond Party, art presentations, concert performances are some of the reasons that Porto Montenegro is a favorite gathering place for the elite, locals and tourist alike.
Do a Boat ride to Our Lady of Rocks
This is a must to visit – a beautiful scenic church by the lake. A short boat ride from the mainland, everything about this place is terrifically gorgeous. The island where it is located is man-made, and even they call it “Church on a Rock”. It has become a shrine for sailors throughout the centuries, hoping to stay safe on their journey to the seas. And until now, sailors are visiting the place to pay homage.
Don’t forget the BAY OF KOTOR
Europe’s natural Fjord – a picture perfect place, this bay
is a drowned river canyon that has high mountains that
bend around the coastline to protect the bay’s many
town and villages from climate change. It will impress
you with its crystal clear water, instagram-worthy land
scape, and spectacular view from the mountain that
provides amazing scenery which makes you think that
you are on a movie set.
Now, visiting Tivat in Montenegro is not only for hikers and mountaineers, but for all tourists may it be a family with cute little kids, couple on an adventure, or a group of friends to experience a new paradise on earth.
A Montenegrin paradise – stunning natural beauty full of lush green grasses, wild flowers, magical mountains, golden sand and pebble beaches, abundance of outdoor and water activities, delicious foods mix with Mediterranean, Slavic and Turkish influences, and the local hospitality for treating guests like family – are waiting for you to discover!
So, get up and explore TIVAT!
Holiday Packages departing from Dubai starts from AED 2, 300.00 per person.
This includes Round Trip Ticket by Fly Dubai, 3 nights’ accommodation, breakfast, and round trip transfers.
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Expats with valid UAE Residence Visa can get visa on arrival at Tivat, for stay less than 10 days. This is subject to change without prior notice. South Travels do not hold responsibility to any off loading or entry rejection at Tivat airport. Before you travel, please check with Montenegro Embassy in Abu Dhabi directly.
Flights: Flights from Dubai to Croatia is available daily (Fly Dubai (Direct), Turkish Airline (Connecting flight), Emirates (connecting flight))
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Price: Budget friendly destination.
Regardless of whether you are visiting Dubrovnik for the first time or the hundredth, the sense of awe never fails to descend when you set eyes on the beauty of the old town. This city has everything from breathtaking views, historic buildings, and gorgeous natural wonders. Dubrovnik is truly one-of-a-kind city that should be at the top of anyone’s travel itinerary, especially as the weather in Dubrovnik remains good even long summer passes.
With cheap flights to Dubrovnik coming more often we bet you’ll find yourself planning a vacation to this incredible city soon.
In 1979, Dubrovnik was awarded as one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites. Known for the well preserved Old Walled City. This city is located facing the Adriatic Sea and used to be a major Maritime Trade location in the old times but now is a major tourist stop for Cruise Ships especially during the summer.
Dubrovnik got a major spotlight after being used by Game of Thrones Kings Landing, Star wars Episode 8, Robin Hood, and many other movies as their filming locations. This is a big thing if you are a major fan of these shows. Dubrovnik is home to several locations used in filming the hit TV show ‘Game of Thrones. It’s the proper setting of King’s Landing, the capital of the fictional Seven Kingdoms realm. They also have their Old Walled City similar to Dubrovnik. One of the famous place to visit here is The Palace of Diocletian which was built in the Medieval Ages.
The city of Split is also awarded as one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites. Located 1-hour drive away from Dubrovnik along the coastal area of the Adriatic Sea, this city offers a more Summer Feel or Touch since it has more beaches and resorts.
Both city offers a lot of activities such as cruises, historical tours, island hopping and dozens of museums to be discovered. We would highly recommend you to rent a scooter and tour around the cities to maximize your experience!
Both cities are well known especially for the summer because of their amazing Festivals, Beach Parties and Live Music which only happens during this season.
Accommodation is not a problem since they have vast options of accommodation types from Apartelles to Luxury Hotels.
No doubt that the food is amazing in this country especially the very rich Sea Food options.
The Island of Lokrum. Get on a boat (leaves every half an hour) and discover the same yet must-see island that has a salt-water lake.
City Walls & Forts. Top choice fort in Dubrovnik. No visit to Dubrovnik would be complete without a walk around the spectacular city walls, the finest in the world and the city’s main claim to fame.
National Park island of Mljet. Get active in Croatia and cycle or hike for the day and oysters.
Cable Car. Dubrovnik’s cable car whisks you from just north of the city walls to Mt Srd in under four minutes. At the end of the line there’s a stupendous perspective of the city from a lofty 405m, taking in the terracotta-tiled rooftops of the old town and the island of Lokrum, with the Adriatic and distant Elafiti Islands filling the horizon.
It may seem to be a very simple country with a well-preserved history which may sound boring to others. However, it’s a must to visit and discover everything here personally and be amazed of it’s beauty! Stroll around the city with a scooter and feel like you’re a local. Imagine every sequence of events that happened in each place you’ll see.
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Ukraine is known as a European destination for decades yet many people do not know the interesting facts about this amazing country. The rich culture, historic churches, cathedral, traditional foods, spectacular landscapes, beautiful parks are found in this beautiful destination which makes this country unique attracting travellers exploring the destination each year. Travellers not only get amazed by the combination of the rich culture and traditions, they are equally impressed by the most charming and most beautiful ladies of the country.
Few of the interesting facts about Ukraine;
Ukraine is the second largest country in Europe after Russia.
Ukraine hosts up to seven UNESCO World Heritage sites, including the primeval beech forests of the Carpathians.
The deepest underground railway station in the world is in the Ukrainian capital Kiev.
The popular Easter egg tradition was first initiated in Ukraine. Originally, the eggs were patterned using wax and dye.
Kiev, the capital is very green and has a huge collection of beautiful parks to stroll for short walks. The green zone area covers 43,600 hectares over half of which are used by woods, public gardens, two botanical gardens, parks and tree-lined boulevards.
Mariyinsky and Khreshchatyj Parks
Mariyinsky and Khreshchatyj Parks are travelers most favorites in the list of things to do in Kiev! What makes it unique is that they are located right next to Kiev’s majestic Dnieper River They also have wonderful architectural landmarks, like Mariyinsky Palace, stunning building of Kyiv Academic Puppet Theater, and Lover’s Bridge – popular among newly wedded people.
One more attractive historical park called Alexandria Park is located in Bila Tserkva, 80 kms south of Kyiv. Competing in perfection and size with Sofiyivka, Dendropark Oleksandriya is a massive 18th-century garden and one of the biggest landscaped parks in Eastern Europe.
Kiev, Ukraine – An Emerging Destination
Kiev, is a new emerging tourist destination where travelling to Kiev is most affordable. Experience the best Eastern Europe destination for as cheap as AED 1899.00 on upcoming Eid Holidays.
Best time to Travel
Between April and October, the warm season gives pleasant temperatures, with peaks at 30 ° C in July and August, then arrives the winter that lasts from November to March, and causes severe cold and snow storms
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Ukraine Visa from UAE
Visa is on arrival and free for UAE Nationals.
Indian Nationals are eligible for on arrival visa with a visa fee payable on arrival.
Most of the nationalities require pre-arranged visa services. South Travels takes care of the documentation for visa services when the Ukraine holidays are booked with us.
Dubai has emerged as one of the world’s leading international business centers and regional hubs. This cosmopolitan city of diversity is at the crossroad of the globe and has transformed itself into a buzzing international metropolis. With easy accessibility, state-of-the-art infrastructure and modern venues, Dubai is the place to be when it comes to business. Here are 10 reasons why…
International travel hub
Dubai’s central location makes it one of the busiest travel hubs in the world. Dubai International airport is ranked as the number one hub for international passengers with annual traffic over 83.6 million passengers in 2016.
The airport serves 90 airlines flying to more than 240 destinations across six continents. Meanwhile, work continues to expand Dubai’s second airport, Dubai World Central, with the aim to make it the world’s biggest airport with a capacity to handle more than 200 million passengers each year.
Emirates airline is Dubai’s flag carrier, with flights to and from over 150 destinations worldwide. Since launching in 2009, flydubai has become the world’s fastest start-up airline, flying to more than 85 destinations across 44 countries.
City of the future
Who could imagine a small Arab village would become the powerhouse it is today? Dubai boasts a world-class infrastructure, well-maintained roads, excellent public transport and connectivity. But great infrastructure is just one reason why Dubai is a global trade centre. Sitting at the crossroads of East and West, Dubai is a switching point for trade with a region of 2.2 billion people in Africa, Europe, the Middle East, the CIS, Central Asia and India.
Book your stay
Dubai has a diverse range of premium, standard and budget hotels offering services that cater to all needs and budgets. There are close to 700 hotels in the emirate, together offering more than 100,000 rooms. Current estimates show that a total of 134,000 rooms are expected by the end of 2018.
Place to meet
Dubai has a plethora of flexible business event facilities, from a meeting room for 10 people to a convention for thousands. Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre (DICEC) has over 120,000sqm of exhibition and meeting space and is only a 10-minute drive or a Metro Red line ride from the airport. In addition, an array of hotels in Dubai offers high quality and sizeable meeting space.
Thanks to Dubai’s ideal location, excellent connectivity and extensive business services, Dubai has become a centre of trade and commerce for the entire region. The government is pro-business, with the most transparent business regulations in the region. Dubai provides tax-free zones, first-class physical infrastructure and access to an experienced and skilled labour force.
Strong employment figures, rising per capita income and a strategic diversification of markets make Dubai one of the world’s top metropolitan economies, with a projected growth of 3.1 per cent in 2017. In its Global Competitiveness Report for 2016-17, The World Economic Forum ranked the UAE 16th out of 138 economies, at the top of the index for the Middle East.
Centre of innovation
Dubai is a growing knowledge hub with a significant number of universities and research centres committed to paving the way for technological and scientific advancements. Dubai has established prospering communities to share knowledge and exchange of ideas, including Dubai Media City, Dubai Internet City and Dubai Healthcare City.
Looking to the future, the UAE National Innovation Strategy is a primary tool to achieve the UAE Vision 2021 and an engine for the growth of distinctive skills and capabilities across the nation, focussing on fostering innovation in seven main sectors: Renewable energy, Transport, Education, Health, Technology, Water and Space.
Safe haven for investors
Dubai is a politically stable environment and a safe city for citizens, residents and visitors alike. According to Interpol, Dubai is one of the safest cities in the world in terms of crimes and health, making it a reassuring ground for all.
Where business meets leisure
Adrenaline-pumping desert safaris, luxurious spa breaks, relaxing dhow cruises, Arabian culture, high-octane skydives and exhilarating water park rides – just some of the experiences Dubai offers its guests, including business travellers who manage to mix business with pleasure or incorporate team-building experiences into their schedule.
City of gastronomy
From Arabic to Asian, French to Mexican and everything in between, Dubai offers food lovers a tantalising array of mouth-watering options to treat your taste buds. And the city is known for its vibrant entertainment scene, where you can relax at blissful beach clubs or watch the world’s most exciting horse race.
Model for success
Located at the crossroads of Asia, Africa and Europe, geography has helped transform Dubai into a platform for these markets and destination for both investment and tourism.
Capitalising on this strategic position, Dubai’s success has also been buoyed by its open approach to immigration and foreign investment; its embrace of communications technology; and a respect for the knowledge economy.
At the 2017 World Government Summit held in the UAE, International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde praised the Emirates’ financial leaders for their sound fiscal policy and emphasised the strong, positive relationship between UAE and the IMF.
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Dubai is a city that must be seen to be believed. Record-breaking architecture stands alongside traditional quarters, while man-made islands jut out of the coastline. Here are the top places to tick off your sightseeing list when you’re in town.
Standing 828 metres high, the Burj Khalifa is hard to miss. The world’s tallest tower naturally dominates the Dubai skyline, but the true majesty of the building is best appreciated up close or, even better, from inside. On a clear day, the view from the observation deck on level 124 is absolutely stunning, topped only by the view from the luxurious At The Top Sky Lounge on the 148th floor. And for those who would like to linger for a meal in the clouds, At.mosphere on level 122 is the place to be.
A shopper’s paradise
Right next to the Burj Khalifa is The Dubai Mall. To call the sprawling development merely a shopping mall is doing it a disservice. Even an entire day spent here isn’t enough to see it all. Along with its 1,200-plus shops and 150 restaurants, the venue is home to an indoor theme park, an ice rink, a huge indoor waterfall, a choreographed outdoor fountain and the giant Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo.
An awe-inspiring show
The Dubai Fountain, located at the base of the iconic Burj Khalifa and just outside the doors of the famous Dubai Mall, features the world’s largest choreographed fountain system. This popular dancing water show jets water streams as high as 150 metres in the air. Each colourful, illuminated jet sways in time to various musical numbers from around the world, producing what has become the one of the most popular shows in Dubai. Two showings occur in the afternoon (1pm and 1:30pm), except on Fridays (1:30pm to 2pm) and evening displays begin at sundown and take place every 30 minutes until the final song plays at 11pm.
A palm-shaped island
A man-made island in the shape of a palm tree – there’s a reason why locals say ‘only in Dubai.’ Palm Jumeirah is one of the largest artificial islands in the world and a triumph of human ingenuity. Locals and tourists alike enjoy the Palm’s vast array of high-end hotels, including the Waldorf Astoria, Fairmont, One & Only, Jumeirah Zabeel Saray and, perhaps most notably, the iconic Atlantis, The Palm. And with a monorail running down the ‘trunk’ that connects to the mainland’s tram system, getting there couldn’t be easier.
Ancient trade routes
Dubai may be famous for the glitz and glamour of its sky-high towers, but the real heart of the city is, and always will be, the Creek. The saltwater estuary is the original site where the Bani Yas tribe settled, and its waters were vital for what used to be Dubai’s main forms of economy: pearl diving and fishing. Today, the area is awash with the history of the emirate, as it’s home to the Dubai Museum as well as the labyrinthine alleyways of the gold, spice and textile souks. While at the Creek, a ride across the water on a traditional abra is a must, and at an unbelievable AED1 per ticket, it’s easily the best value tourist attraction in the city.
Eat. shop. beach.
For those who like to shop, dine, see a movie and go to the beach all in one place, consider a trip to The Beach opposite JBR. With guest DJs pumping out the tunes on weekends, a regular open-air cinema and a popular water park to entertain the little ones for an hour or two, JBR is always buzzing with activity.
Dubai’s neighbourhood beach
The aptly-named Kite Beach is the perfect spot to test out your watersports skills, but there’s plenty to do out of the water at this popular spot, too! Grab a smoothie from one of the many open-air cafes and restaurants just steps from the beach, watch bikers and skaters fly by at the newly finished skate park or get into a game of volleyball. With plenty of beach activities, plus an awesome view of the Burj Al Arab, it’s easy to spend the whole day here.
Look into the future at the world’s largest man-made marina, Dubai Marina. Marvel at some of the world’s tallest apartment buildings as you stroll along Dubai Marina Walk or see it from the water as you set sail from the Dubai Marina Yacht Club.
A majestic landscape
Less than 20 minutes driving from the modernist streets of Downtown Dubai, you can experience the marvels of the Arabian Desert, the original tourist attraction of Dubai. Take a desert safari Dubai-style with off-roading, quad biking and sandboarding followed by traditional barbeques, henna and camel rides. Or just drive out and experience the wonder of the desert on an adventure of your own. Those looking for luxury should indulge in a Heritage Dinner Safari. Can’t get enough in a day? Treat yourself to an unforgettable night amid the dunes at the Al Maha Desert Resort & Spa or Bab Al Shams Desert Resort & Spa.
Uncover Dubai’s past
Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood in Bur Dubai is one of the oldest neighbourhoods in the city. Best seen walking, this area offers a nostalgic view of a bygone era with traditional wind towers and a maze of winding alleyways. You can visit the Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding (SMCCU) where guests can take part in Arabic classes, heritage tours and guided mosque visits to better appreciate the local culture. After exploring, take an atmospheric abra ride to the souks on the other side of the Creek.
A contemporary history
Discover United Arab Emirates’ contemporary history at Dubai’s freshest cultural offering – the Etihad Museum. The magnificent new museum, located in Jumeirah 1, features a plethora of interactive pavilions where visitors can explore the UAE’s history – with particular emphasis on the significant period surrounding the establishment of the country’s independence between 1968 and 1974 – through photos, films and more. Additionally, guests can learn about the UAE’s rich heritage before the country’s founding Fathers signed the treaty that unified the seven emirates as well as the subsequent economic development.
On the water
Dubai Water Canal is a 3.2km long waterway extending from the Creek in Old Dubai through Business Bay before finding its way to the Arabian Gulf. Dubai Canal will create 80,000 sqm of waterfront public space and facilities, to include new recreational areas like the 3km running track and 12km cycling path. The canal’s beautiful waterfall can be viewed from Dubai’s Business Bay or you can take in views of the canal from some of Dubai’s newest hotels, like W Hotel and the St Regis. The Atrium is a series of five restaurants that are also situated off the canal’s waterfront.
Past meets present
For an experience that marries tradition and luxury, come to Madinat Jumeirah. Literally translated as ‘City of Jumeirah’ this complex is inspired by an ancient citadel. It encloses luxury hotels, private enclaves built in the traditional style, the world-class Talise Spa, the Madinat Souk, Madinat Theatre, and more than 40 restaurants and lounges. You can also explore on traditional wooden abras to appreciate the waterways and architecture.
Centre of Culture
The Dubai Opera situated in the new “Opera District” in the heart of Dubai offers an enticing schedule which can be likened to that of London’s West End or Manhattan’s Broadway. With views of the Dubai Fountain and next to the Burj Khalifa, the building was inspired by the shape of Arabian Dhow ships and is sure to catch your eye. While the rear of the building arches upwards like a hull and is used as a foyer, taxi rank and car park, the stage area is designed in such a way that it can easily be converted into three different event platforms: theatre, hall or concert hall.
Indoor Theme Park
Fun, excitement, speed – and even 5D, you can expect all this in the enormous theme park, which is the size of 28 football pitches. With the most up-to-date and exciting rides, IMG Worlds of Adventure will bring your favourite characters to life. There are themed rides for younger visitors with Ben 10, Gumball, the Powerpuff Girls and LazyTown, while older visitors can delve into the world of Marvel heroes: Spider-Man, Hulk, Iron Man, Thor and The Avengers. You will also come across life-size animated dinosaurs in the Lost Valley. The range of entertainment promises round the clock fun for the whole family, and there are also plenty of restaurants and shops.
Stretching over 13,000 square metres, City Walk is reminiscent of European pedestrian precincts offering a pleasant vehicle-free stroll. Take a walk along tree-lined avenues with shops and restaurants. Look upwards and discover skyscrapers like the Burj Khalifa in Dubai’s city centre. There are also fountains, children’s playgrounds and plenty of open-air seating.
Theme Park Thrills
Dubai is in the process of becoming a real entertainment paradise − thanks to the forthcoming opening of the Dubai Parks and Resorts. Children will not be able to contain their excitement in the labyrinth of enormous theme parks such as Motiongate, Bollywood Park, and Legoland theme and waterpark, while the adults can relax on Riverland Boulevard which is home to restaurants and exciting entertainment programmes. The luxury Polynesian-style hotel, The Lapita, is situated in the theme park offering guests easy access to the facilities on offer.
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