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3 weeks ago
Tusheti, Georgia: The Last Wild Place in Europe

Georgia truly is unique and largely undiscovered holiday destination waiting to be explored .

GO SOONTusheti, Georgia: The Last Wild Place in EuropeBenjamin Kemper03.02.19 9:39 PM ETWhen fording a rushing river in a 4x4, there are a few tricks to remember if you don’t want to die: cross on ... See more

3 weeks ago
Why Georgia (the Country) Belongs on Your Travel Wish List

Some useful packing advice: Bring loose-fitting clothes and pants with elastic waistbands. The food in this former Soviet republic, at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, is superb. And wildly ... See more

3 weeks ago
Can Georgian wine win over global drinkers?

As Georgia aims to boost wine exports, can its unique but sometimes challenging bottles find more fans?

4 weeks ago
Do zakavkazské Gruzie míří stále víc Čechů. Oceňují lyžování v krásné přírodě i památky

Turistům se líbí hlavně nižší ceny než třeba v Alpách a také krásná příroda a historické památky. Určité oblasti mohou být ale nebezpečné, nutností je proto pojištění a ... See more

1 month ago

Big , bold and totally unique . Perfect for the 21st century Georgia .

1 month ago

Not afraid to be bold - the vision for Green Resort project is starting to take the shape .

1 month ago

The great 3D master plan for Green Resort project in it’s full glory

1 month ago
‘Mind-blowingly gorgeous Georgia’

A mix of traditional, Soviet and modern styles, Georgia is a tricky place to pin down. But that’s half the fun of it for Suzanne Moore and her friend

1 month ago
11 Things You Can Only See in Georgia

Sponsor Content: With seaside, mountains, lakes, historic ruins and rich cultural heritage, there’s an abundance of incredible sights you can only see in Georgia.

1 month ago
How to survive a Georgian feast

“I had only heard stories about the famous Georgian supra – the traditional feast offered spontaneously to only the luckiest of visitors.”