Georgia – a country of hospitality, long emotional toasts and ancient temples, which are renowned for their beauty.
Travelers go here, wanting to taste Georgian cuisine and taste famous Georgian wines, imbued with the eternal beauty of the Caucasus Mountains and the paintings of Niko Pirosmani, a swim in the warm waters of the Black Sea and beyond. . . Every village, every city of Georgia is famous for its ancient monuments and unforgettable scenery, distinctive local traditions and, of course, recipes for different types of wine.
Georgia is a country traditionally summer and winter holidays thanks to its numerous resorts. Due to the climatic diversity you can find good conditions in almost any time of year.
The following legend adequately describes Georgia’s great natural beauty: When God apportioned the Earth to all the peoples of the world, the Georgians arrived late.
The Lord asked them why they were tardy. The Georgians replied that they had stopped on the way to drink and raise their glasses in praise of Him. God was so pleased with their response that He gave the Georgians the part of the Earth that He had been reserving for himself. A visit to Georgia will confirm that this legend is indeed true: Georgia is a natural paradise.
Tourism and generally travelling is one of the fastest growing sectors globally and in Georgia as well. According to 2016 research
Georgia has shown important growth in aviation market recent years. Georgia has three international and two domestic airports operating
According to 2016 research, the number of domestic visits within Georgia amounted to 12.96 million
Tourism sector in Georgia has been sharply growing starting from 2016 industry, primarily because of improving infrastructure, development of tourism facilities and accommodations and development of international flights
International arrivals in Georgia have been growing rapidly over recent years. The highest number of arrivals stated in 2016
The number of accommodation units registered in the database of the Georgian National Tourism Administration (GNTA) is 1,765, with a total of 57,049 beds.