Georgia is a small and beautiful country with diverse nature and a generally mild climate, set in an advantageous geographical location. To the north are the Greater Caucasus Range and its glaciers, and to the south is the Lesser Caucasus Range.



Kutaisi is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world and the third-most populous city in Georgia after Tbilisi and Batumi. Situated 221 kilometres west of Tbilisi, on the Rioni River, it is the capital of the western region of Imereti. Kutaisi was the capital until the Middle Ages, which is why many important places and artifacts were discovered within its vicinity. Mythology speaks of the tales of Jason and the Argonauts exploring this region, and you’ll feel like you’re part of those legends as you wander the ruins of Vani, touch dinosaurs’ footprints at Tskaltubo, and visit many other thousands-years-old monuments that dot the region.
The landmark of the city is the ruined Bagrati Cathedral, built by Bagrat III, king of Georgia, in the early 11th century. The Gelati Monastery a few km east of the city, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. One of the famous churches in Georgia is Motsameta Monastery.


Tbilisi is the capital of Georgia and one of the municipalities located in the Eastern part of Georgia, in Tbilisi basin.This city is distinguished by nature and important cultural artifacts and history. Here you can see waterfalls, lakes and enjoy beautiful views. Eclecticism is a characteristic niche for Tbilisi. There is a culture of many different eras or character which are interestingly mingle with each other. In addition to the capital, it is also worth noting the settlements in the municipality of Tbilisi, where we find pleasant conditions for rest, for relaxation and wandering around the city. Also, here we find temples of historical and cultural value and impressive fortresses.



Batumi is the best place for a seaside vacation in Georgia, especially during its “velvet season” in early autumn when the weather is warm but not too hot. Forbes Magazine even ranked Batumi in the top five best places to stay at a resort for “velvet season”. However, Batumi is worth visiting any time of year, regardless of whether you’re here for business or pleasure. The American Hospitality Academy even deemed Batumi as “the place best suited for tourists” in Georgia as far back as 2012.

Samegrelo - Kvemo Svaneti


Samegrelo is mostly known for its historical sites, caves, mineral springs or coastal marshes. As the most of the province is covered by flatlands, it´s not considered to be a premium trekking destination. Which is quite surprising since Egrisi mountains lying in its northern parts treature some of the most scenic lakes in Georgia. Egrisi mountains are not as high as massifs further to the north, but are more diverse - one can find here many rocky peaks, glacial lakes, gorges and waterfalls.



Stepantsminda stands out on the map of Georgia, not just for being just eleven kilometres from the northern border of the country, but also due to the fact that one of the oldest crossroads between Europe and Asia passes through the town. It is not known when Stepantsminda was founded, but a treasure hoard from the 6th-5th centuries BCE was discovered here.

Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti


They say it’s not about the destination, it’s about the journey, but can’t it be both? When you visit faraway Mestia, the journey and the destination will vie for your attention and for space in your camera.



Telavi is the cultural center of Kakheti, a medieval city with a long and complex history, neat architecture, a royal palace, verdant surroundings, modern amenities, and hospitable people.



A popular day trip from Tbilisi, historic Mtskheta is sometimes called “Little Jerusalem” on account of the town’s immense cultural and religious significance. The former Georgian capital is also the seat of the Georgian church, and is a veritable living museum with all of the historic sites in and around the town.