A historic highland in Western Georgia - Oni serves as an administrative center in Racha-Lechkhumi region and Kvemo Svaneti, attracting visitors with its rustic charm and stunning natural surroundings.
Small city Ambrolauri is the capital of Racha-Lechkhumi region and one of the most famous viticulture areas producing naturally semi-sweet red wine-Khvanchkara since 1932.
Formerly known as Lomsia, the town Akhaltsikhe is an administrative center of Samtskhe-Javakheti region, bordering Georgia with Turkey and Armenia.
The townlet Chkhorotsku located in the Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti region is distinguished by unfolded cultural and natural heritage sites and green, beautiful nature.
Senaki town is located on the Kolkheti lowland, West Georgia, between the rivers Tekhura and Tsivi and serves as a residence of Metropolitans of Senaki and Ckhorotskhu Eparchy.
Dedoplistskaro is a town in the far southeastern part of Kakheti province, East Georgia. It is situated on the Shiraki Plain, at an elevation of 800 meters above sea level.
Borjomi is a balneological and climatic resort town internationally renowned due to curative volcanic salty springs, mineral spas, and diverse nature.
Bolnisi is a small town located at the heart of the Kvemo (Lower) Kartli region, Bolnisi municipality, South Georgia. German colonist families from Swabia moved here in 19th c.
The capital town of the Samegrelo - historic region of West Georgia Zugdidi is situated 30 km from the Black Sea coast.
Khulo is a small townlet situated in the Upper Adjara mountain region, West Georgia.
Ninotsminda is a town in Samtskhe-Javakheti region, on the way to Georgia-Armenia border, 26 km from Armenian town Bavra at an elevation of 1940 meters above sea level.
Town Ozurgeti is the administrative center of Guria province, West Georgia.
Poti is the largest seaport of Georgia, located in the region of Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti, at the shore of the Black Sea and the river Rioni.
Kvareli is a town in Kakheti region, East Georgia. The place is famous for its wineries and especially with Kindzmarauli semi-sweet wine zone.
Rustavi is industrial city in Kvemo Kartli region, well known for the International Moto park and the biggest used car market in Caucasus.
Gurjaani is a small town in wine region of Kakheti, the East Georgia, Bakurtsikhe-Tbilisi Highway, in the Alazani River plain.
Mestia is administrative center of Zemo Svaneti and represents the most remote, exotic and attractive Caucasus Mountainous region of Georgia.
Stepantsminda is a town in the Caucasus mountainous, Kazbegi municipality, Khevi province, Mtskheta-Mtianeti region, Georgia.
Historical town Mtskheta as the birthplace and one of the most vibrant centers of Christianity in Georgia is declared as the "Holy City"
Lagodekhi is the administrative center, Kakheti region, 3km away from the Georgia-Azerbaijani Balakhani border. Lagodekhi National Park borders the Republic of Dagestan (Russian Federation) and Azerbaijan.
Town Akhmeta in the northern part of Kakheti province, represents an entrance of Pankisi Gorge. The fabulous road to Tusheti through the Grate Caucasus Mountains starts from here.
Abasha is a small town in Samegrelo and nowadays functions as an administrative center of the Abasha District, part of Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti region.
Telavi is a town and the administrative center of the wine-making province Kakheti, East Georgia.
Gori is the town located at the heart of the Shida Kartli. Gori area is notable for museum of Joseph Stalin, ancient caves of Uplistsikhe, and Gori Fortress.
The administrative center of Imereti Region, West Georgia, Kutaisi is one of Europe’s oldest cities and former capital of the legendary Kingdom of Colchis.
Sighnaghi is a popular tourist destination due to its picturesque landscapes, medieval cobblestone streets and its location in the major wine-making region Kakheti.
The capital city of Georgia - Tbilisi is the most popular tourism destination and multi-cultural metropolis on the crossroads of history, integrating an essence of both Europe and Asia.
Batumi, the capital of Adjara Autonomous Republic, Georgia, is situated on the sub-tropical zone of Black Sea Eastern coast. Batumi's economy is based on tourism and gambling.
Vani is a town on Western part of Georgia, historical region of Imereti. prominent for archaeological findings of the ancient Colchis civilization. Town keeps the secrets since 13th - 1st c.c. BC.
One of the niche tourism destinations in Georgia is a small town Chiatura-the center of the largest manganese-mining areas of the world and a home to rusty network of Soviet-era cable cars, nicknamed the ‘flying metal coffins.’
The small town of Imereti Region - Sachkhere is the center of Sachkhere Municipality, boasting an impressive number of cultural and historical monuments, as well as archaeological sites.