Borjomi has always attracted adventure travelers. It has tranquil surroundings perfect for long hikes, but it’s even more appealing for white-water rafting.
Located on the delta of the Rioni river, Poti is a Georgian port at the Black Sea and, possibly, your next summer destination. Argophilia reports.
Introducing five Tbilisi restaurants with beautiful interiors and food to die for. Enjoy decadent bites without breaking the bank.
Georgians and Ukrainians may soon travel visa-free to the countries within the Schengen zone. The European Union approved visa liberalization for Georgia at the beginning of February, and the new law could grant Georgians visa-free travel within the EU by the end of March 2017. Ukraine, on the other hand, will have to wait for visa-free […]
The Georgian Wine Association released the first guide for wine tourism in the country. Scannable QR codes allow visitors to find their favorite oenophile destinations fast.
GEM Fest 2017 in Anaklia, Georgia, takes place July 14 – August 14, 2017. The stellar lineup is announced and early bird tickets are available.
UNESCO has awarded historical monuments of the ancient capital of Georgia, Mtskheta special enhanced protections in light of armed conflict. The new status of three epic monuments there is seen as a plea from the UNESCO World Heritage for combatants to refrain from fighting in the areas where these monuments are found.
Tbilisi International Airport is to be expanded to twice its current passenger handling capacity. According to news from the head of the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development, Dmitry Kumsishvili, the airport will soon be able to serve 3.5 million people a year.
Good news for citizens of Georgia, the new Visa Liberalization arrangement issued by the EU Commission has reached the final stage. Now citizens will be able to travel without visas in 26 countries of the EU block.
Coming on May 26th, the people of the Republic of Georgia celebrate Independence Day, the so Day of First Republic in 1918. Visitors can view and take part in a variety of scheduled activities including cultural events, and live performances, not to mention sightseeing Tbilisi and other Georgian cites celebrating.
Before Miami Beach became a hotspot in the early 20th Century, when Tahiti was an as yet unheard of travel paradise, Borjomi in Georgia was a garden of delight for generations. As far back as the early 1800’s the tropical climate and crystal mineral waters of Borjomi were a prized commodity.
In news from Georgia, the new airline FlyGeorgia will being operating in between Tbilisi and Kiev starting April 1. The airline will begin with four scheduled flights per week on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays out of Borispol Airport, according to the news.