In recent years, more and more vacationers from around the world are choosing Georgia as an travel destination. There are many reasons for such a boom. What does this nice country, located at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, offer to its travelers? And why ought you select Georgia for your next Holidays?

There are lots of reasons to choose Georgia as your next travel destination. That’s why:

Tbilisi, Georgia’s capital, is consistently cited as one of the safest cities in the world (currently 43rd according to the 2023 Safety Index)

Georgia’s currency is  Lari (GEL). One Lari can be broken down into 100 Tetri (like cents). The exchange rate between GEL and USD has been fluctuating recently but is generally stable at about 1 USD: 2.6 -2.8 Lari, which means if you have 500 USD, you will have  1300 Lari, which is verage monthly nominal salary here, what means, that you can use this amount for many different services.

Almost every second adult, the new generation of Georgia is speaking English fluently, but the older ones – know Russian, because for so many years Georgia has been under the influence of Russia from the Russian Imperium till the end of Soviet Union.

You are never alone in Georgia – people are smiley and hospitable! If they see, that you are respecting their country, they will try to do everything for you to make you feel happy!

Georgia is one of the oldest wine producing regions of the world. Georgian wine producing technology is on the UNESCO list because of its uniqueness!

Georgia is one of the most ecologically diverse countries in the world. Everyone will find something interesting in this amazing country. It has endless tourism opportunities developing year by year!

It’s not called Georgia. Georgians call their country Sakartvelo, what means the land of Kartvelians.

The first Europeans come from Georgia – maybe you have heard about Mzia and Zezva.

In 1976, NASA sent a record of the Georgian song “Chakrulo” as an example of the earthlings’ musical talent to the space.

Every traveler is surprised how cheap the food here is.  If you are not a big fan of cooking, you can enjoy a wide array of cafes and restaurants each day without breaking the bank.

Generally, going to a museum in big European cities costs a lot, however, both in Tbilisi and other parts of the country, the ticket prices are cheap. The average ticket price is GEL$3 (US$1.22) for the most museums in Tbilisi.

Wi-Fi coverage is pretty much everywhere, unless you travel to a very remote area, where even cell phone networks barely work. All of the cafes, bars, and restaurants, as well as accommodation venues, have free Wi-Fi. All you’ll need to do is to ask for a password.


Georgia is popular with night life, so if you are electronic music lover – Go to Bassiani, one of the most popular club in the Europe.