With sublime perched old churches, watch towers and castles that dot the fantastic mountain scenery, Georgia must be one of the most beautiful countries in the world. This is a place where (except in the most monotonous and Soviet-made sections of some cities) the human hand has improved a lot from nature. Finally put internal conflict and post-Soviet economic stagnation behind it, Georgia is developing its tourism potential and the provision of all its attractions safely and easily accessible to travelers. Appealing accommodation for all budgets is becoming available throughout the country and opportunities to explore on foot, horse or vehicle are expanding rapidly.
From the outrageously beautiful cities of Svaneti and Kazbegi in the Caucasus Mountains in Batumi, a city fun loving semitropical in the Black Sea coast, Georgia is full of natural diversity. Tbilisi, the capital and by far the largest city, has the atmosphere of an ancient crossroads of Eurasia, however, is also a city of the 21st century with the European style of nightclubs and exciting new architecture. The complicated story of Georgia has made a fascinating cocktail of influences from Turkey, Russia, Persia, Central Asia and beyond, with a wonderful legacy of architecture and art. However, today Georgia looks to Europe for their future and is the westernmost in the atmosphere of the three Caucasus countries.
Perhaps his greatest treasure is the Georgians themselves: warm, proud, full of life, cultured, hospitable and expert obsessively enjoy life. This is a country where customers are considered a blessing. The abundant local wine flows freely, the tables are full of good food and they never fail to be charmed by the warmth of their welcome.