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In Georgia, there is something waiting for you right now that when discovered, will change your life.

Many people dream of the perfect place to settle down one day and after a visit, it’s very common to hear this country described as being someone’s perfect match. As a gateway between Europe and Asia, this nation has created something wholly unique and special and it is something that you are not going to want to miss.

A Trip Is Incomplete Without a Visit to the Mountains

Georgia is home to the tallest peak in all of Europe. It’s Mount Elbrus, which stands over 5,600 meters in height. There are actually 7 total peaks in the Caucasian Mountains that stand above the 5,000 meter mark, giving you access to rolling green fields, snow-capped majesties, and a horizon that will take your breath away. Go for a sunrise hike and you’ll discover the definition of quiet peacefulness. Thanks to the national park status of most of the slopes, Mother Nature here remains largely untouched.

It’s a Land Where Hard Work Is Always Noticed

You’ll find weathered farm hands laboring out in the fields of Georgia every day. Hard work is emphasized here, but it is also recognized and quickly rewarded. There is a bond that develops here between you and this nation because everyone is treated as part of a larger community. If you find yourself humming a song as you’re shopping, for example, you’ll invariably have someone else start singing along with you.

Don’t Miss the Local Markets

The local markets of Georgia is where all the magic happens. There will be bowls stacked high with tomatoes, eggplant, and other produce that was grown under love’s labors. Local craftsman will let you bring home something truly unique instead of the kitschy souvenirs offers in so many other locations. Even in larger urban centers like Tbilisi, you always feel like this could be your home and that’s what makes this land so special.

From small and compact alleys to country roads that stretch out to the horizon, Georgia is a masterpiece that is waiting to be discovered. Find this nation and you’re guaranteed to discover something new about yourself as well.

City A-Z

Batumi

The first thing that hits you with a visit to this Georgian masterpiece is the smell of the sea. Situated on the coast of the Black Sea, the second largest city in Georgia also provides visitors with easy access to the Lesser Caucasus Mountains. The weather can be variable here, with warm summers complimenting snow-covered winters, so that you can plan a visit based on your preferred environment. When you look at the ideas of tourism for this city, one...

Kutaisi

Kutaisi is one of Georgia's largest cities and it offers visitors a stunning cityscape thanks to its location on the shores of the Rioni. It's also right in the foothills of the Imereti and is surrounded by a large deciduous forest that makes an Autumn visit to this community quite memorable indeed! Many of the streets are lined with similar trees and gardens have a prominent place, making walking tours of Kutaisi a relaxing, enjoyable experience. With two UNESCO World Heritage...
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Tbilisi, capital of Georgia

Tbilisi, which is also known as Tiflis, sits on the banks of the Kura River and serves as the capital of Georgia. About 1.5 million people call this ancient city their home. Originally founded in the 5thcentury, it has often served a stopping point due to its location as a crossroads between Europe and Asia. The trade routes may have been important to the initial development of Tbilisi, but today this city depends on its ethnic and cultural diversity to continue...

Travel resources for Georgia

How is the weather in Georgia ?

Tbilisi
broken clouds
23 ° C
23 °
23 °
73 %
11.8kmh
75 %
Tue
30 °
Wed
32 °
Thu
27 °
Fri
28 °
Sat
21 °

When is public holidays in Georgia ?

Below you can see a list of the public holidays / no working days.

DateEnglish
January 1New Year's Day
January 2Second day
January 7OrthodoxChristmas
January 19Baptism Day of Jesus Christ
March 3Mother's Day
March 8International Women's Day
April 9Day of National Unity
VariableEastern Orthodox Good Friday
VariableEastern Orthodox Great Saturday
VariableEastern Orthodox Easter Sunday
VariableEastern Orthodox Monday of Bright Week
May 9Day of Victory over Fascism, Europe Day
May 12Saint Andrew the First-Called Day
May 26Independence Day
August 28Saint Mary's Day
October 14Day of Svetitskhoveli Cathedral
November 23Saint George's Day
Georgia

What is the capital of Georgia

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Tbilisi, capital of Georgia

Tbilisi, which is also known as Tiflis, sits on the banks of the Kura River and serves as the capital of Georgia. About 1.5 million people call this ancient city their home. Originally founded in the 5thcentury, it has often served a stopping point due to its location as a crossroads between Europe and Asia. The trade routes may have been important to the initial development of Tbilisi, but today this city depends on its ethnic and cultural diversity to continue...