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About Georgia

From beautiful mountains, incredible seaside resorts, rich culture, vibrant city life, delicious food, and affordable prices, Georgia offers everything a traveler could ever want. In addition to those who visit the country to experience its charming cities and natural beauty, many foreigners also come to receive first-class medical treatments. The country offers medical tourists with the best quality medical care and diagnostic services without long waiting lists. It is particularly renowned for its fertility treatment centers and dental clinics. With highly experienced doctors and surgeons, as well as attentive medical staff, medical tourists can expect to receive high-quality services, at more affordable prices than most other countries in Europe. 

Popular Cities and Regions in Georgia

Spread along the banks of the Mktvari River, Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, is an enjoyable city with a mix of old and new. Most of its neighborhoods still retain a village-like feel and its Old Town is reminiscent of an ancient Eurasian crossroads. However, it also boasts a vibrant nightlife, techno scene, and world-class dining options, making it the most cosmopolitan city in South Caucasus. Its strategic location also makes it the perfect base to explore the nearby desert, mountain, and wine regions. 

Other than Tbilisi, the most popular places include back pebble beaches in Batumi and Ushguli, which is a tiny collection of villages located high in the Caucasian mountain region of Svaneti. While Batumi is filled with modern architecture and a gorgeous botanical garden, Ushguli offers dozens of ancient watchtowers and surreal views.

Transport in Georgia

Shota Rustaveli Tbilisi International Airport is the main international airport in Georgia. It serves international flights to a number of cities in the Middle East and Europe, as well as seasonal flights to Seoul and Bangkok. Domestic flights and trains are the best transportation options to get around the country. Inside cities, visitors can rent a bike or scooter, ride the marshrutka (minibus service), city bus, subway, and taxis. Before getting into a taxi, agree on the price you will have to pay. 

Visas in Georgia

Unless you come from one of the visa-exempt countries, you need a visa to visit the country. The visa-exempt countries include all EU countries, the UK, the US, the UAE, and Kuwait. Georgia provides e-Visa for citizens of 66 countries, including Bolivia, Peru, Indonesia, India, and China. 

Weather in Georgia

Summer in Georgia starts from June to August. It is pleasantly warm during this season, with an average temperature of 20 to 30°C. Autumn, from September to November, is beautiful, but have frequent rainfalls. Winter comes in December, bringing cold weather as the temperatures plummet to an average of 2 to 6°C. Spring starts in March and is known as the best time to visit as the weather is not too hot, nor too cold. Some cities, such as Batumi, has a year-round moderate climate as the temperatures hover between 19 to 26°C.

Additional Info
  1. Local Currency: Lari (GEL) is the official currency. The exchange rate from 1 USD is around 3 GEL. 
  2. Money & Payments: ATM machines are widely available and credit cards are accepted in bigger cities. If you are paying by debit or credit card always choose to pay in the local currency, because choosing to be charged in GEL rather than your home currency means you will get a much better rate by your home bank. Tipping is expected. 
  3. Local Language: The official language is Georgian. Russian is commonly spoken by the population and English is becoming more widespread.
  4. Local Culture and Religion: Christianity is the largest religion in Georgia. Other religions, including Judaism, Islam, and Bahá'í Faith are practiced by some of the country’s population as well.
  5. Public holidays: New Year’s Day, Christmas, Day of Victory over Fascism, Independence Day, and Great Saturday are some of the most celebrated public holidays in Georgia.