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Georgia Holidays

Protected by the Caucasus Mountains, Georgia is a beautiful country. Here striking modern architecture complements spectacular natural scenery and fine vineyards give way to ancient cathedrals. Bordered to the west by the Black Sea, Georgia has been heavily influenced by its neighbours which is reflected not only in culture and art but also in architecture and food. Capital of Georgia for over 1,500 years, Tbilisi is recognised as the heart of the Caucasus. Explore the historic old town with its narrow alleyways, charming homes, baths and cathedrals then travel outside of the city to Telavi, Georgia’s wine growing region or the ancient city of Kutaisi. For spectacular mountain scenery and great walking head north from Tbilisi to Gudauri and the iconic snowy peak of Mt Kazbek. With our knowledge and experience we can help to create a unique holiday to Georgia that is tailored exactly to your requirements.

Places to visit in Georgia

Georgia is one of the oldest Christian nations in the world. With a wealth of history and a fascinating cultural heritage, this is a scenically impressive country of productive winelands, mighty mountain ranges, grand cathedrals and pretty villages. With its riverside location and scenic setting, the capital Tbilisi has a wealth of cultural sights, interesting architecture and plenty of charm. Explore Telavi, an attractive town in the heart of the wine-growing region, or learn about the history of Akhaltsikhe which over the centuries has been governed by both the Ottoman and Russian Empires. Georgia is also home to many important religious sites including the 12th century Alaverdi Monastery and sacred Svetitskhoveli Cathedral. Georgia can also be combined with Armenia on an overland journey.

When to Visit georgia

Georgia has a warm, temperate climate with high mountain ranges dividing the country into eastern and western halves. The best time to visit Georgia is during spring and autumn when the weather is at its sunniest and most pleasant. In the east the average temperature in summer is 20°C to 24°C and west has a sub-tropical climate with an average annual temperature of 22°C. Georgia receives its highest rainfall during the spring whilst the driest season is winter although, at this time of year, it will also be very cold and northern parts of the country, especially those at high altitudes, will see snow.

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This is a general overview suggesting when to travel in the country. Please note that this may not directly apply to any specific itinerary or region.

Essential Information

Capital: Tbilisi

Main Language: Georgian

Time Zone: GMT + 4

Currency: Lari (GEL)

Holiday Ideas for Georgia

Georgia Holiday Review

“It really was a marvellous experience. Georgia is fascinating and the people are so friendly and interested in Westerners, especially if you're old enough to remember Stalin and know the history of that period.”

GH - Georgia - September 2015

Accommodation in Georgia

Since the fall of the Soviet Union, the quality of hotel accommodation throughout Georgia has greatly improved. In Tbilisi there are a selection of good internationally owned hotels – the architecture of which can be quite futuristic, as much of the modern buildings are in Georgia. Facilities at these hotels are largely good, with restaurants, swimming pools, bars and spas. There are also some boutique-style hotels here too. Outside of the capital, accommodation is generally clean and comfortable but tends to be of a traditional style. In the town of Dilijan the hotel here is particularly memorable with guesthouse accommodation in charmingly renovated heritage buildings.

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