Tourism in Georgia is based upon two pillars – the seaside and the mountains. The mountains of the Caucasus have it all – breath-taking views, clean air, traditional foods and folk architecture. For your long weekend, choose one of the following destinations: 1.RACHA Racha – It will take
Tired of cookie cutter tourism? Want to excite your taste buds? Enjoy breath-taking nature and ancient sites? Come visit Georgia! Any travel information site about Georgia will give you the basics: it is part of the Silk Road, it sits at the crossroads between cultures. The food. The
Fortunately, many beautiful places in Georgia are only 2-or-3 hours away from Tbilisi: 1.Kazbegi (officially called Stepantsminda) To get there, you need to take the Georgian Military Road built in the 19th century. The way is full of scenic views and is an adventure in its own right.
Kakheti is ТHE place to go in Georgia. The picturesque Alazani Valley and its fertile soils are the home to never-ending vineyards producing the famous Georgian wine. If you rent a car in Tbilisi, plan on spending 2 hours to get to Kakheti. A good idea is to
DAY 2 Leave the Kvareli municipality and cross the valley back to Telavi. Now is the time for visiting this city which dates back to the Bronze Age. Telavi served as the second capital in the 18th century when it developed culturally – boasting a theological seminary and
“Mommy, Daddy! I am bored!” Is this not the worst thing a parent can hear? Especially when it is usually followed by a pouty look or a sad or bad mood. We will do anything to avoid disappointing our kids. This usually means getting them out of the
Chain restaurants are like cheap t-shirts: they are convenient but they will not work for a special night out. Forget the cookie cutter khachapuri, kababi and khinkali. These are the places to eat in Tbilisi: 1.EZO (The Yard) “Hipster Georgian,” I said to my husband as we entered