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Batumi, the capital of Georgia's beautiful Adjara region, is a great travel destination and beautiful port city nestled on the warm shores of the Black Sea, a stone's throw away from Turkey's eastern border. Batumi has got a sort of crumbling charm and a relaxed atmosphere while still being busy and lively enough to …
Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, is a vibrant city on the rise with lots to offer travelers. Many budget airlines are now operating flights to Tbilisi from destinations around Europe, so Tbilisi is becoming a popular new backpacking and holiday spot as it is cheap, has great food and friendly locals, and is rich in …
Stepantsminda (Kazbegi) is a small mountain village by the Georgian Military Highway, some ten kilometers south of the Russian border. To make things even a bit more confusing, the western part of the village is known as Gergeti and that's where many of the hostels and guesthouses are located. Stepantsminda (Kazbegi) …
Sighnaghi is one of the smallest and indisputably the prettiest towns in Georgia; sitting on a cliff overlooking the Alazani Valley and surrounded by a picturesque town wall, Sighnaghi feels significantly Italian. Sighnaghi is located in the Kakheti region, the easternmost province of Georgia, which is famous for its …
Borjomi is a small Georgian town whose name is practically synonymous with the world-famous mineral water. Apart from the famous salty mineral springs, the resort town of Borjomi is a popular gateway to the natural reserve as well as the Borjomi Kharagauli National Park. Borjomi is a city for relaxing and enjoying …
Mestia is a sleepy Georgian village surrounded by the majestic Caucasus Mountains and is a popular base for hikers, trekkers, and other outdoor enthusiasts. It is the regional capital of the Upper Svaneti area, which is famous for its indigenous Svan culture and is included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. …
Kutaisi is Georgia's second-largest city (after Tbilisi), but has a much slower pace and more of a sleepy vibe. Surrounded by lush green hills, Kutaisi has a lovely setting and some beautiful architecture throughout the city as well as a lively marketplace and friendly welcoming locals. Hostels in Kutaisi are all …