Stepantsminda townlet commonly is referred to as Kazbegi, is nestled in the Caucasus mountains of northeastern Georgia. Renowned as a popular resort and trekking destination, it captivates visitors with its natural beauty and adventurous trails.
Historical town Mtskheta as the birthplace and one of the most vibrant centers of Christianity in Georgia is declared as the Holy City. This is an ancient capital, a sacred city, a masterpiece created by nature and the hand of man.
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.
The town Dedoplistskaro in the Kakheti region, lies on the Shiraki Plains, Eastern Georgia. It serves as the ideal starting point for exploring Vashlovani National Park, Khornabuji Castle, and the Eagles' Canyon
Zugdidi, the capital town of Samegrelo, the last Georgian kingdom before the 19th-century Russian occupation, lies on the Colchis lowlands, approximately 30 km from the Black Sea coast and bordering recently occupied Abkhazia.
Poti, the largest seaport in Georgia, holds legendary significance as the city of Phasis, mentioned in Greek mythology's Argonauts saga. Situated in the Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti region, it resides along the shores of the Black Sea and the Rioni River.
Rustavi, an industrial city within the Kvemo Kartli region, is well-known for hosting the largest used car market in the Caucasus and the International Moto Park, situated just 25 km from Georgia's capital, Tbilisi
Lagodekhi, the administrative center of Kakheti region, is just 3km away from the Georgia-Azerbaijani border Balakhani. Lagodekhi National Park is near the Republic of Dagestan (Russia) and Azerbaijan.
Telavi, the administrative center of wine-making region of Kakheti, once Kakheti kingdom's capital, holds great historical and cultural significance. The King Erekle II's legacy embodies Georgia's history, referenced humorously in film 'Mimino' as the protagonist mistakes it for Tel Aviv.
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 network of Soviet-era cable cars, nicknamed the ‘flying metal coffins.’