Take me to Georgia

In this small and wonderful country, you can find happiness at any time of the year here. In fact, you can find everything in Georgia. In a few hours, you can get from the humid subtropics to the eternal snow on its mountain peaks. The palm trees on the sea coast are a stone’s throw away from the ski resorts. In the colourful and unpredictable Tbilisi, sixth-century churches stand side-by-side with bars, nightclubs, and hookah pubs on cozy old streets.

In Georgia, everyone can find something to their liking. Those who love relaxing holidays can enjoy the local cuisine that is, incidentally, considered one of the best in the world. Moreover, you can walk through narrow streets and explore the sights forever, because every street corner has some fascinating history behind it. And after taking the famous Tbilisi’s sulfur baths, you’ll be on cloud nine.

If you prefer something more active, you can go skiing, rafting, climbing, horseback riding, or hiking in one of the more rugged places in the Caucasus Mountains.

Bright Side advises absolutely everyone to visit this beautiful and extremely hospitable country. We promise — you’ll want to come here over and over again!

 Sighnaghi and the Alazani Valley are the birthplaces of the best Georgian wines.

Overview of Old Tbilisi and the Narikala Fortress.

The famous sulfur bathhouses in Tbilisi's old town.

Folk dances are the national treasure of Georgia.

A stunning view of the sea and the resort city, Batumi, from a cable car.

An evening view of Batumi.

Ski resorts in Georgia are all about beautiful views, lots of snow, and slopes for every taste.

A church on the lonely Katskhi Pillar.

Sighnaghi, aka City of Love, is very popular among those who want to get married.

Ali and Nino, the famous moving sculptures in Batumi.

Tbilisi in winter.

A view of one of the highest peaks of the Caucasus, Kazbek.

Mount Ushba with its double peaks is a dream for any mountain climber and one of the most picturesque mountains in the Caucasus.

The medieval Rabat fortress in Akhaltsikhe after recent reconstruction work.

The main Georgian delicacies are fruits and churchkhela.

Georgian cuisine is an integral part of the culture of this country.

The Ananuri Fortress on the banks of the Zhinvali river.

This scary serpentine road leads to one of the most inaccessible regions of Georgia, Tusheti.

Mtskheta was the ancient capital of the East Georgian Kingdom.

A Caucasian sheepdog is indispensable in the mountains, where there are both wolves and bears.

Svaneti is a region of tough mountain dwellers.

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