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Georgia, Nestled between the Black Sea and the Caucasian Mountain ranges, has emerged as a phoenix from the ashes of the former Soviet Republic. In an area of approx. 70,000 sq km., it packs in diverse experiences and topography – a wine country, a colorful adventure or a vibrant cultural experience! You could wander through the lively streets of Old Tbilisi, sip some of the finest wine in the Kakheti region, discover tiny villages hidden in the Caucasus or put your feet up on the shores of the Black Sea in Batumi.

Located at the confluence of Eastern and Western Civilization, Georgia today has managed to capture the interests of many travelers who want a peep into its distinctive geography, gastronomy, wine, history, religion, and culture. It is impossible to visit Georgia and not get awed by its ancient architecture, fascinated by its 8000-year-old wine traditions, charmed by its monastic traditions and enthralled by the rhythmic folk music in a ‘Supra’.

 

Country Summary:

  • Capital – Tbilisi
  • Currency – Georgian Lari
  • Major cities/destinations – Tbilisi, Kazbegi, Vardzia, Mtskheta, Batumi, Tsinandali, Borjomi, Sighnaghi, Gadauri

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