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Georgia is an ancient and proud-spirited country.
Owing to the hospitality of the locals, the most delicious food, heartwarming music and plenty of wine this beautiful mountain country has always been among the most attractive tourist destinations.
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Natural Beauties and Lakes
Stunning landscapes of the Caucasus serve as a bright confirmation of the fact that travelers and brave conquerors of the peaks will find lots of attractions to visit in Georgia. The most breathtaking views of Mount Kazbek will help you discover all the spectacular beauty and special charm of the area. To visit the place and see it with your own eyes is highly recommended.
Kumistavi Cave (Tskaltubo Municipality)
5 km from the town of Tskaltubo one of Georgia’s most mysterious sights, karst caves, is located. The most visited and well-equipped of them is Kumistavi Cave also called Prometheus Cave Natural Monument.
Katskhi pillar (the village of Katskhi)
At the village of Katskhi near the town of Chiatura there is a huge natural 40-meter-high limestone Katskhi pillar with a small monastery church on top of the rock. The church supposedly dates back to the 6th-8th centuries.
30 km away from Batumi city the highest waterfall in the area, Makhuntseti waterfall is located. Enjoy breathtaking views of roaring water that drops into the canyon from 30 meters height, the clearest natural bath which is the best way to cool off, and magnificent mountains of Adjara. If you are a newcomer to the region, the detailed map of Georgia will be a great help for you to explore the area’s natural landmarks.
Vardzia is a cave city that was carved in a rock in the 12th -13th centuries as a fortress to protect the southern boundaries of the country from enemy attacks. A unique city is a 19-tier monastery complex with streets, staircases, tunnels, churches, baths, libraries, fortresses and dwellings interconnected by numerous paths that stretch around 50 meters deep inside the cliff.
Queen Tamar Bridge
Close to the Makhuntseti waterfall an arched stone Queen Tamar bridge is located. The bridge was built around 900 years ago during the reign of Queen Tamar. This 29 meter long and 6 meter high construction built of crushed cliff stones looks really impressive!
The Ananuri Castle was built in the gorge of the two rivers Aragvi and Vedzathevi.
One of its towers dates back to the 13th century while the exact date of the whole complex construction is not determined. The first detailed descriptions of the castle itself date back to the early 18th century.
Three colorful lakes of Abudelauri surrounded by stunning natural landscapes are located at the foot of the Chaukhi Mountains. You will need a one day trip to explore the attraction. However if you want to visit Shatili Tower village you can take extra time.
Samshvilde is a ruined medieval town of Georgia located on a plateau between two deep canyons. You will hardly see any tourists and tourist information centers here. However, this exciting place full of the spirit of the past, historical mysteries and even ghosts is worth visiting.
In the heart of the Caucasus, among scenic mountains, the warm and welcoming city of Tbilisi is located. It’s a megapolis with a very special charm, rich history and unique architecture. Tbilisi is the capital and the largest city of Georgia with a population of about 1.5 million people.
Batumi is the second largest and popular city of Georgia after Tbilisi. You will enjoy wonderful walks around this lovely city all day and night. Batumi and its surroundings are blessed with lots of interesting places, amazing attractions available at reasonably affordable prices.
Ambrolauri is a city and administrative center of Racha-Lechkhumi and Kvemo Svaneti
mountain district. Racha is known for its beautiful mountains, lovely forested hills, large lakes with crystal clear waters, delicious local wines and absence of tourists. It’s a place where you will feel very comfortable being relaxed mentally and emotionally. As an activity you can visit the mountain lakes or waterfalls hidden in nature. Another option might be to stay with the locals at their place and have fun feeding the rabbits.
Best Attractions for Kids in Georgia
Astra Park (Tbilisi)
Astra Park in Tbilisi is mostly known for an indoor kart racing area of 2000 sq.m.
for customers of any age. Here cars of the French brand «Sodikart» are available both for adults and kids. If you are a beginner, the kart courses will help you to master your driving skills.
Experimentarium Museum (Tbilisi)
The Experimentarium Museum is a unique opportunity for you to feel like real researchers and scientists. The museum hosts around 100 items that in a fun way introduce visitors to the laws of chemistry, physics or biology. All of the items are interactive so that children can touch, test, and even drop, break and disassemble their parts in order to get a basic grasp of a certain field of science. The Museum of Entertaining Science in Tbilisi will be interesting for children aged 3+, since by this age they stop putting everything into their mouths. However, take into account that some experiments are suitable for older kids only.
Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park
The place is a great find for lovers of wildlife, beautiful natural landscapes and active walks. The total area of the Park is 85000 hectares. The Park offers the visitors a wide variety of activities including hiking, horse riding or biking tours. Besides picnic spots, tourist shelters and camping sites are available along the well-arranged routes. You can make a stop to set up a tent, have some rest enjoying the amazing atmosphere of the night forest.
Tsitsinatela Amusement Park (Guria)
Tsitsinatela Amusement Park is one of the largest amusement parks in Georgia. Although the park is the perfect entertainment for people of all ages it is designed mostly as a kid-friendly and family-friendly place. The park is quite difficult to access as there’s no public transportation. Tsitsinatela is located right between the towns of Urek and Kobuleti, so use them as location identifiers on your way to the park when driving from Batumi.
Georgian National Museum
The Georgian National Museum is a complex including 13 leading museums of the country.
It is home to the richest collections that cover the ancient history of the country, as well as a large number of unique artifacts dating back thousands of years. The museum is a gold mine of valuable information especially for school-age children.
Tbilisi Auto Museum
The Tbilisi Auto Museum is far more than a mere car exhibition, it’s an exposition that includes the most amusing collections of retro cars. Both adults and children will be truly impressed with the tour. Visiting the Tbilisi Auto Museum will give you unforgettable impressions of the tour, during which you can get acquainted with retro cars, take photos and feel connected to the past reviving old memories. Besides, it’s the first and only museum of its kind in the South Caucasus.
Ethnographic museum “Borjghalo” (Batumi)
The museum presents a model of a traditional village of the Adjara region. Here you will find the infrastructure including green landscape, walking paths and picturesque buildings typical of an old Adjara village. Visiting the museum will be fun for the kids as well. While you immerse yourself in the history of the Adjara region they will have fun playing outside among the pieces of scenery.
Yota Royal Gallery (Tbilisi)
In Tbilisi you can visit the Yota Royal Gallery that contains an extraordinary and amazing collection of Military Historical Miniatures. The first gallery of its kind in the South Caucasus is home to about 2000 miniature soldier statues depicting the armies of various historical periods and nations. It’s far more than an exhibition, the miniatures depict relevant scenes of past events that can be considered real works of art.
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Haggle all the time and everywhere!
Be ready to haggle in taxis, shops and markets. The Georgians are usually happy to haggle with guests about prices, so when you come next time you will get the best bargain as if you are an old friend.
Always wear a seat belt in taxi
Drivers usually ignore the traffic rules. Things like a sudden stop right on the road for you to get a better view of a sight or singing and at the same time playing a national musical instrument are quite customary for the Georgian taxi drivers. You should also be careful and keep an eye on the road every time you cross it.
Huge portions of food
You can hardly imagine how big the portions in traditional Georgian restaurants are. Any dish is never just for one and it is a common thing to share it.
Payment for every ride on the elevator is common in some old apartment blocks in Tbilisi. Going down is free, you pay only when you go up, and each building has its own tariff. Paid elevators have a prepayment box inside the car and you will have to insert a coin to be able to operate an elevator. If a few people use the elevator, the resident of the building, who lives on the upper floors, pays for all his neighbors.
Minimum card payment limits
Minimum card payment limits are set in many supermarkets. E.g. if it is 3 lari and your purchase bill is less you will be asked to add some more items to your shopping cart.
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Tbilisi International Airport
Shota Rustaveli Tbilisi International Airport serves Tbilisi and is located in Georgia 14 km from the city center. It’s the only airport in Tbilisi. The airport serves domestic and international flights both regular scheduled flights operated by 49 airlines and charter flights. For domestic flights check-in usually opens 2 hours before your flight’s departure time and closes 40 minutes before your flight takes off. For international flights check-in opens 2,5 hours before your flight’s departure time and closes 40 minutes before your flight takes off.
Batumi International Airport Chorokh
Batumi International Airport Chorokh serves Batumi and is located in Georgia, 6 km from the city center. It serves domestic and international flights both regular scheduled flights operated by 18 airlines and charter flights. The Airport Chorokh is the only airport in Batumi. For domestic flights check-in usually opens 2 hours before your flight’s departure time and closes 40 minutes before your flight takes off. For international flights check-in opens 2,5 hours before your flight’s departure time and closes 40 minutes before your flight takes off.
Kutaisi International Airport
Kutaisi International Airport serves Kutaisi and is located in Georgia, 20 km from the city center. It serves domestic and international flights both regular scheduled flights operated by 4 airlines and charter flights. Kutaisi International Airport is the only airport in Kutaisi. For domestic flights check-in usually opens 2 hours before your flight’s departure time and closes 40 minutes before your flight takes off. For international flights check-in opens 2,5 hours before your flight’s departure time and closes 40 minutes before your flight takes off.
Aparthotel In Orbi Complex Sea Side
Excellent location, wonderful view, perfect internet connection, very convenient to everything. Our room was in block A with a lovely view of an amazing light and music fountain. The room was absolutely clean. The bed was also clean and comfortable.
Boutique Hotel Anana
Wonderful new hotel with perfect large and comfortable rooms. The hotel offers lots of services including a clean heated pool, sauna, lounge areas, a pool table that belonged to Stalin, a bar and many others. A diversified breakfast menu with nourishing and tasty dishes deserves special attention. Every morning my kids and I were in expectation of something new! Very friendly and helpful staff, excellent service! In a nutshell, everything was great! Many thanks for the awesome stay, we'll be back for sure!
Unfound Door Hotel
Wonderful design hotel in Tbilisi! Very clean, beautifully restored building. We stayed at the Room of Rest and those were, without a doubt, the most comfortable beds of our stay in Georgia. The location isn't central and after visiting the center, I would say it is a good thing if you like a quiet stay. It was very easy to get to the city center though. Even though there were restoration works in the stairway, it didn't bother us at all - if anything, it gave more charm to the whole concept. The breakfasts were awesome, as if from a Georgian babushka).
Hotel Del Mar
We thank the staff who were very attentive and friendly. It’s the most amazing hotel with a beautiful view of the garden full of different trees and plants like oranges, kiwi, lemons, hortensia, bananas and hazelnuts. It also features a private beach area, a restaurant with a nice view of the sea and thatched-roof cottages. The hotel is worth staying in at least once in your lifetime. Thank you so much!
Arrival in Tbilisi
Renting a car (A tip: only for experienced drivers). Approximately 170,58 € / 6 days
Transfer to the hotel Bricks Hotel
1 night, 1 adult
Standard room € 160
Hotel check-in / Free time
Breakfast in hotel
Tour of Tbilisi. The old fortress of Narikala, the most well-known ancient monument of Tbilisi’s antiquity. The citizens call it “the heart and soul of the city”.
And of course we’ll see a modern pedestrian bridge which was called by the President “The Bridge of Peace”.
Leaving for Mtskheta
Wine tasting during which a winemaker will introduce us to Georgian wine culture and history, and the winemaking process as well. (20 $ per person)
Following the wine tasting we’ll have a traditional Georgian lunch with lessons on making the national food of Georgia. (Average check 40 $ per couple)
Tour of Mtskheta, one of the oldest cities of Georgia and its former capital, also called "Holy City". Then in order to enjoy the spectacular panoramic city views we will visit the monastery Jvari (5th century).
Back to Tbilisi
Dinner at the Sofiko restaurant terrace that offers a beautiful nighttime view of Tbilisi (Average check 25-30 $ per person).
For a perfect end to the day we suggest visiting the Rezo Gabriadze Marionette Theater (Entrance fee 20-30 lari).
10:00 a.m. Breakfast in hotel
Tour of Kakheti, the wine-making region of Georgia.
Kakheti wine tasting and winery tour (300 lari per couple)
Lunch at the Terrace Signagi restaurant (Average check 35-45 $ per couple)
Tour of the Sighnaghi Wall which may be called a replica of the Great Wall of China. As the locals say, unless you climb the Sighnaghi Wall to enjoy the stunning panoramic views of the city you won't be able to feel the spirit of Georgia.
Dinner at Love city restaurants (Average check 20-30 $ per couple)
Check in the Kabadoni Boutique Hotel
1 night, 1 adult
Standard room € 118
Leaving for the town of Borjomi
Arrival. Discover the lush beauty of Georgia on the Borjomi and Bakuriani tour. (You will also be offered to taste the famous Borjomi mineral water) (20 lari per person)
Lunch at Bergi Terrace restaurant (Average check 20-30 $ per couple)
Leaving for Vardzia
Arrival. A tour of the monastery complex, carved in a rock (Entrance fee 15 lari)
Leaving for the city of Akhaltsikhe
Dinner at the Mimino restaurant (Average check 15-20 lari per person)
Check in the Hotel Gino Wellness Rabath
1 night, 1 adult
Semi Lux room € 88
Leaving for Kazbegi. On our way there we’ll visit Ananuri and Gudauri. Ananuri fortress and monastery complex is located along the Georgian Military Road, at the beginning of the beautiful turquoise water Zhinvali reservoir. Next stop on the way is Gudauri, a famous ski resort in Georgia located at the altitude of 2195 meters above sea level. After that we’ll drive to Stepantsminda.
Enjoying fantastic views of the Mount Kazbek
Lunch at the mountain Restaurant Panorama (Average check 35-40 $ per couple)
Tour of the Gergeti Trinity Church located on top of the mountain (a jeep tour 15$ per person)
Driving back to Tbilisi. Overnight stay in the hotel.
Leaving for the Tbilisi Airport
Returning the rental car
Martvili Canyon is a Mesozoic Valley where numerous fossilized bones of prehistoric earth animals, which lived more than 75 million years ago, were found. The archeological expedition found the remains of both herbivorous animals and dinosaurs. Also the fragments of a giant reptile of the extinct sea-Mosasaur were found there.
Krubera Cave, also known as Voronya Cave is located in Abkhazia. It is considered to be the second-deepest-known cave on Earth. The cave entrance is at the altitude of 2256 meters above sea level in the Ortobalagan Valley.
Gomi Mountain (Gomismta)
Gomismta is a small settlement located on top of the similarly-named mount and includes cottages and a few farmhouses. Mount Gomismta is located on the northern slope of the Meskheti Range, in the valley of the river Bzhuzhi, at an altitude of 2100-2755 meters above sea level.
Sioni, a water reservoir in eastern Georgia, Mtskheta-Mtianeti region, Tianeti Municipality, is located in the middle of the river Iori and between the town of Sioni and Lelovani village. It is being filled mainly by the Iori River. The reservoir, created for multi-year regulation of the Iori River runoff, is used for irrigation.
High in the mountains in Upper Svaneti there are the most beautiful lakes of the country - Koruldi lakes. The lakes are surrounded by Alpine meadows and spectacular natural landscapes. You can reach the place only by four-wheel drive vehicles. It’s a great site for picnics and camping. Just take into account that the cold and dirty water is hardly suitable for swimming.
Chakapuli is a traditional Georgian dish made from chopped lamb stewed with herbs and spices. Traditionally it is cooked with lamb and in the feast recipe young lamb may be used. To make the dish more spicy, estragon and tkemali sauce are often added.
The dish is cooked on the basis of thinly rolled and baked unleavened dough. Hot cake is rolled and cut into slices of about 5 centimeters. The dish is usually used for breakfast, but you can also enjoy it during the day. Also as a filling you can add dill, red fish or tomato, or prepare a sweet filling with honey and nuts instead of garlic. There is a wide variety of recipes for cooking this nourishing and tasty dish.
Barbarestan, a restaurant of Georgian cuisine, is a bit atypical of Tbilisi. It's more like a cozy apartment where a big, happy and hospitable Georgian family lives. The restaurant is owned by a couple who have 10 kids! Visiting the place you will definitely enjoy both excellent food and first-rate service.
Would you like to find yourself above Tbilisi and enjoy stunning panoramic views of the city? Visit one of the best Tbilisi restaurants which can be reached by a cable car. In addition to the national cuisine, the restaurant offers a wide variety of European delicious dishes.
First-class food is the essential feature of the restaurant in which the chefs put their heart and soul into every single dish. If you are looking for a pleasure for eyes and soul the Funicular Restaurant is the right place for you.
Is renting a car in Georgia worth it?
It’s a debatable question. If you arrive in big cities like Tbilisi and Batumi for a couple of days you don’t need a car. These cities have an excellent public transit system that makes it easy and affordable to get around. Besides, road safety is a huge problem in Georgia. If you are planning a few days tour of mountain areas renting a jeep will be the best solution.
What is the best season to travel to Georgia?
Georgia is beautiful and perfect for tourism all year round. The small country is blessed with real treasures like ski resorts, lovely and warm sea, mountains stretching up to the sky and richest boundless fields. However the most pleasant months for tours are May-June and September-October.
How safe is Georgia?
It feels like a miracle but in recent years Georgia has managed to become a country with considerably low crime rates. According to the Crime Index by Country 2017 mid-year released by Numbeo, the world’s largest cost of living database, Georgia is the world’s fourth safest country and the safest country of Europe. Sometimes the locals even leave their homes and cars unlocked since burglaries rarely happen in recent years.
Which cities of Georgia are connected with a railway?
Most of the Georgian major cities are connected with fast passenger and electro commuter trains. Fast trains run daily between Tbilisi and Batumi (making stops in Gori, Zestafoni, Kutaisi and Kobuleti),Tbilisi and Zugdidi, Tbilisi and Ozurgeti.
Are there any dress-code rules in Georgia?
In Georgia there are no clothing limitations, except for when you visit religious places like churches or monasteries. Women must cover their legs, head, and shoulders. Men are required to cover their legs.
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