About Georgia

Have you ever visited Georgia, an awesome little country between the Black and Caspian Sea? If not let me tell you that it’s a homeland of brave, hospitable and kind people. It is a cradle of ancient culture, civilization and Christianity, where one can enjoy the amazing beauty of the stunning Black sea resorts or snowy high mountains and vast valleys. Georgia is a mother of luxurious sorts of wine and delicious fruit. You can explore gorgeous canyons and ancient caves in all parts of Georgia and unforgettable sightseeing tours will lure visitors, where are always gladly expected. Don’t be afraid of the climate, it’s mild and sunny. So, it’s a country of everybody’s taste.

What about Tbilisi the capital of Georgia a charming oldest city, which invites people of the world to see its wonderful old districts with their ancient churches, cathedrals, plenty of places of interest as if it says. ,,Please, do come and meet me and enjoy every minute of being inside me. Listen to my heart beating for you”. Tbilisi also has its night life and if you aren’t too tired after a long excursion or simply wandering in its streets you can get relaxed at night clubs, cafes and casinos. And what about Mtskheta, the ancient capital of Georgia, lovely, proud with its oldest cathedrals, historical places, incredible tours in and around it and good rest.

Have you ever tried the Georgian cuisine? If not, Khinkali, Khachapuri, Satsivi, red and white wine and many national dished with their everlasting taste are expecting you. You will never regret visiting Georgia and be tired of its shining beauty and friendly people. It is magnificent.


Location of Georgia

The Republic of Georgia is located in the southeastern parts of Europe sharing its borders with Turkey and Armenia in the south, Azerbaijan in the east and Russia in the north. The western coastline of Georgia is bordered by the Black Sea.

  • Area: 69,700 sq. km
  • Coastline: 310 km
  • Population: 4,928,052
  • Nationality: Georgian(s)
  • Languages: Georgian (official)
  • Religions: Orthodox (official)
  • Government type: Semi-presidential republic
  • Capital: Tbilisi
  • Administrative divisions:9 regions (Guria, Imereti, Kakheti, Kvemo Kartli, Mtskheta Mtianeti, Racha-Lechkhumi, Samegrelo, Samtskhe-Javakheti, Shida Kartli)
  • Climate: similar to the Mediterranean, warm, humid, and almost subtropical with warm summers and cold winters.
  • Currency: Georgian Lari (GEL ₾)
  • Shopping: Georgian ceramics, embroidery, jewelry, wine, cognac, antique pieces, art & paintings, Traditional Carpets and Shrugs
  • Visa: For visa regulation and additional consular information, please follow the link: www.mfa.gov.ge

Capital of Georgia

Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia is lying on the banks of the Mtkvari River. Tbilisi was Founded in the 5th century AD by the King Vakhtang Gorgasali. Historically, Tbilisi was a home for people with diverse cultural, ethnic, and religious backgrounds and therefore Georgian Orthodox, Armenian Gregorian and Roman Catholic churches, a synagogue and a mosque are dispose next to each other. The main sights of the city are the old Tbilisi, medieval Narikala Fortress, the Georgian National Museum, Funicular, holy trinity cathedral “Sameba”, “Dry Bridge“, The Sulphur baths, Open-Air Museum of Georgian Folk Architecture, Turtle and Lisi lake and etc.

Except great number of plural sights Tbilisi has rich nightlife. There are lots of nightclubs, bars, casinos, various kinds of hotels, hostels and guesthouses in the center of the city. Many restaurants are also presented there, as Georgian cuisine is the part of Georgian culture and Every guest is charmed by the famous Georgian supra, when a huge assortment of dishes and large amounts of wine are served. The number of city visitors increases every year.