Georgia is located in the South Caucasus, at the strategically important crossroads where Europe meets Asia. Georgia is an amazing cluster of cultures, religions, fascinating landscapes, and ancient history. The country where everyone can find something to his liking – from snow peaks to subtropical shores, from deserts to lush forests, from cities to enchanting villages. Georgia contains the immense cultural and historical heritage, hosting 150 museums and 12,000 historical landmarks, 3 of which are included in the UNESCO World Heritage list. Georgian traditional cuisine is one of the richest in the entire world.
– City of Mtskheta – The old capital of Georgia
– Visiting cave towns: Vardzia Monastery and Uplistsikhe – lying on the route of the great silk road
– The city of Kutaisi dates back to the Argonauts’ time (13th – 12th centuries B.C) formerly the capital of old Colchis, Kutaisi then ruled all western Georgia
– Prometheus cave – is one of Georgia’s natural wonders providing visitors with breathtaking examples of stalactites, stalagmites, curtains, cave pearls, underground rivers, and lakes
– Visiting Borjomi city and tasting Borjomi mineral water
– Explore Ushguli – the highest permanently inhabited village in Europe