Welcome to Georgia
Georgia is one of the countries which make up the Caucasus region between Eastern Europe and Western Asia. It’s a uniquely beautiful country that represents a wonderful blend of eastern and western cultures, which can be seen in its food, religion, architecture, and traditions. It’s also still a rather undiscovered nation, all the more reason for you to go out and explore it.
Amazing experiences in Georgia
East meets West
View it from the top!
Waterfalls, cave cities and hills
Best sights in Georgia
This ancient capital has no shortage of amazing historical things to do. Like the Holy Trinity Cathedral, Jvari fort which sits on a mountain top, or Narikala, the remains of a 4th century fortress.
Batumi (377km from Tbilisi)
Georgia’s second city looks like it was torn from the pages of a vibrant fantasy novel. It sits at the edge of the Black Sea and, because of its gambling opportunities, has been dubbed ‘The Las Vegas of the Black Sea’.
Kazbegi (153km from Tbilisi)
A national park on the slopes of the Caucasus mountain range. Kazbegi mountain is supposedly the site where the titan Prometheus was chained to a rock by Zeus, for gifting fire to humanity.
Svaneti (330km from Tbilisi)
A mountainous region of Georgia which pays no attention to the passage of time at all. This area has been frozen in a medieval setting full of snow-capped mountains and old stone forts.
Uplistsikhe caves (83km from Tbilisi)
Anyone who has seen the original Star Wars or been to Cappadocia in Turkey will feel right at home in this majestic network of caves that blends seamlessly into the rocky landscape.
Mtskheta (25km from Tbilisi)
One of Georgia’s oldest cities is very much defined by its religious architecture. See the incredible fortress-like monastery and 11th century cathedral for yourself.
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