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5 minutes from Europe Square
5 minutes from Statue of Medea
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LUGGAGE STORAGE IN BATUMI
If you want convenient and secure baggage storage near Batumi, remember this name: Radical Storage.We have storage points all over the world, bookable in seconds through a convenient app (or directly through the website). And if you have questions, our 24/7 customer service team is always ready to assist you.
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Radical has designed a system that allows all travelers to book baggage storage directly from their cell phones, tablets or computers.Just download the app or visit our company's website. Radical has a flat rate: only €5 per day, per luggage deposited.
Batumi is a city in Georgia, located in the Agiaria region, facing the Black Sea and with a population of 163 400. The city is known as the "Las Vegas" of the Black Sea because of its numerous luxury hotels and casinos. Today it is one of the nation's top tourist destinations, so be sure not to miss it!
WHAT TO SEE IN BATUMI
Ready for your vacation? Here are some of the things you can do during your stay in Batumi. First of all, stop to admire the statue of Ali and Nino, the two star-crossed lovers, a tribute to a story written by Kurban Said. Not far from the statue you will find the Alphabet Tower, 130 meters high. It has the typical DNA shape, embellished precisely with the letters of the Georgian alphabet, the 33 characters used only by the people of the area and at night it is illuminated making it truly magical. There is no shortage of historical and religious buildings in Batumi, among the most visited are the Cathedral of the Mother of God, erected as a Christian church in the 19th century and later becoming instead a place of prayer of the Orthodox cult, the Church of the Holy Spirit, built in the 1890s as a building for Catholic worship, and the Jewish Synagogue the oldest religious building built in 1094.