Georgia boasts an 8,000-year-old wine-making tradition. Excavations reveal the world's earliest evidence of winemaking in egg-shaped clay Qvevri pottery dating back to 6,000 BC, preceding previous estimates. Qvevri wine-making is widespread in Georgian villages, showcasing unique grape varieties.
Discover the essence of Tbilisi through its iconic places, choose the best with our guide, walking through historical and cultural places, as well as must-see tourist attractions of the capital of Georgia.
Georgia preserves important natural objects, including canyons, caves, lakes, mountains, waterfalls, valleys, and gorges. This chapter highlights the most attractive tourism destinations and natural landmarks in the Caucasus region
Batumi, in Adjara, western Georgia, is a stunning Black Sea city and a top tourist destination. It offers beach vacations, cultural exploration, casino tours, nature walks, and gastronomic adventures, all complemented by the scenic Batumi Boulevard.
Poti, the Black Sea town, the largest port of Georgia since 19th c, attracts with its beautiful city planning, Neo-Byzantine style architecture, sub-tropical climate, and location at Kolkheti National Park vicinity.