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1. Posted by kathytraveler (First Time Poster 1 posts) 41w

I was traveling in Georgia few years ago with my family and really liked this country. We visited Tbilisi, our plane landed in Tbilisi international airport. This is little city with big history. We walked in the old part of the city, drank red wine in the cozy open-air café placed on Shardeni Street. Then we walked on the main street Rustaveli Avenue. It was amazing we took many pictures and enjoyed our evening. After we went in Kakheti – homeland of wine. There we spend three days. We stayed in the little family hotel. It was wonderful. We tasted different kind of wines. Visited wine cellars. We went in Khvareli, here is beautiful lake, we walked in the city went in the wine cellar name Gvirabi, this is 7km tunnel where is naturally temperature 14-16 Celsius during the whole year. We visited Sighnaghi as well this is one of the most beautiful cities that I have ever seen. We returned in Tbilisi and next day we drive in Kazbegi this is highland of this country. you can't drive to Kazbegi if you don't have 4x4 car,We rented a car from car rental company -snip- They have good prices and comfortable automobiles,The views are fantastic; we were in the Gergeti Trinity church. Afterward we went Kutaisi. This is the second main city after Tbilisi. We visited Gelaty Monastery and Academy also Bagrati cathedral, afterward we went in Sataplia caves it was so fun, it is place where was found dinosaurs footprint Afterwards we went in Batumi the seaside city with beautiful beach and boulevard we enjoyed the beautiful sunset there. It was my seven days in Georgia they were unforgettable so I highly recommend everyone to visit Georgia

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2. Posted by berner256 (Travel Guru 528 posts) 41w

Yes, Georgia is a wonderful country to visit. I was there last June (traveling from Armenia) and enjoyed my time there, especially the food (I love the dumplings!) and the scenery. Day tours are very affordable. Last year I paid less than 30 lari (currently about $12 US) for a day trip to Kazbegi, which included a drive up a bumpy road to the Gergetti Trinity monastery in a four-wheel drive vehicle. The views there were spectacular. The tour took nearly 11 hours. I also had a great time in the old part of Tbilisi, where I stayed in a lovely bed & breakfast with a verandah so that I could watch the passersby on the cobbled street below.

Georgia, Armenia, Moldova and Ukraine are bargains for travelers. They are worth visiting.

3. Posted by bex76 (Moderator 3720 posts) 41w

Thanks for the posts - I've wanted to go to that part of the world for a while as it looks stunning.

4. Posted by Peter (Admin 5811 posts) 41w

Sadly, this was most likely spam for the car rental company mentioned, but hey.. after snipping that the rest of the content is harmless enough :) Photos from Georgia do look pretty nice

5. Posted by yuhanson (Budding Member 4 posts) 40w

Georgia now has become even more beautiful. In the appendage of the EU dissolves borders in the near future.

6. Posted by TeonaD (First Time Poster 1 posts) 37w

It's nice to hear that you're so pleased with your visit in Georgia!
Come back again and discover Svaneti and Vardzia in future :)

7. Posted by snowholidays (Budding Member 13 posts) 37w

Georgia is such a wonderful place to visit. Some places in Georgia are just amazing such as Callaway Gardens,Brasstown Bald & Fricks Cave

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