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Apartment 33 m² - street Shalva Inasaridze, Batumi

Price: $ 19 000

ID 962

Created: 06.01.2019

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About the apartment
Total area, m²: 33.00
Living area, m²: 25.00
Layout: open plan
Condition: after builders
Furnishings: unfurnished
Bathroom: adjacent
Number of bathrooms: 1
Number of balconies: 1
Natural gas: connection is possible
Windows type: metal-plastic
Walls type: monolithic
Elevator: 2
Rooms: 1
Floor: 3
Stories: 19
  • City: Batumi
  • Located on the intersection of: street Shalva Inasaridze- street Iusuf Kobaladze
  • View: mountain view
  • to the old city: 4 km
  • to the airport: 3 km
  • Distance to the sea: 200 - 400 m
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Useful information about Batumi and Georgia

Georgia - gastronomic paradise

Georgia it is a country with excellent cuisine and hospitable kind people. First of all, this country is associated with many famous national cuisine. And this is no accident. Indeed, for Georgians, food is this is not just a way to get enough, it is a real art and a whole ritual. A meal without a long table, stuffed with a bunch of food, music and loud conversations with laughter for them is considered just a light snack. & Nbsp;

In this country, gastronomic tourism has gained immense popularity in recent years. Tours associated with the national cuisine of Georgia can last either one day or a whole week, it all depends on how much the tourist is willing to spend time searching for the most delicious delicacies in Georgia. These tours include visits to several Georgian cities known for their traditional dishes (Adjarian, Kakheti and other cuisines). & Nbsp;

Traditional Georgian cuisine will not disappoint a single person with its abundance of different dishes: & nbsp;

- Khinkali and khachapuri (the best khinkali, as the locals say, is cooked in Tbilisi, and khachapuri is tastiest in Batumi);

- Lobio;

- Sachili;

- Achma;

- Chacha; & nbsp;

- Wine (occupies a special place in Georgian cuisine). & Nbsp;

Wine tours. For wine tasting tourists are taken to Kakheti and the Alazani Valley. It is in these parts that wine & Tsinandali ’, & Mukuzani’ is produced, which is valued all over the world.

These tours also include wineries, the best home wineries, lectures on a wide variety of wines and lectures from chefs (they tell tourists how to combine different types of wines with different dishes) and, of course, conduct tastings.

The program of the gastronomic tour always includes a real Georgian dinner, according to all accepted traditions (in fact, this is not one or even two dinners in company with Georgians) with songs, stories, jokes and dances, meeting chefs who tell about their special ways to cook the most delicious Georgian dishes. & nbsp;

The gastronomic tour program even has workshops on cooking different dishes: chefs teach people how to cook real Georgian khinkali, and bake delicious khachapuri. Sometimes a chef leads tourists to the local market to choose products for their upcoming cooking with them. It is more interesting and from going to the market with fresh vegetables, fruits and spices, tourists have an even greater appetite.

Usually, a gastronomic tour for tourists begins to be held in Tbilisi, and then guests are taken to different regions of Georgia with the most delicious food.

Everyone should visit Georgia to try the real national Georgian cuisine. Having tried real khachapuri, khinkali and other goodies in this wonderful country, the tourist will not find anything tastier in other places. Georgian national cuisine fascinates and attracts people to return to this sunny country again and again.

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