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Guria Governor: Gomismta will Become Attractive Resort

“In Several years Gomismta will become as attractive resort as many other resorts in our region”, new Governor of Guria Region Merab Chanukvadze noted. Development of Gomismta resort, as well as all other resorts, is our priority, he said. “We have many long-term plans. We take maximum efforts to employ …

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Late Antiquity Remains of Architectural Complex in Dzalisa, Kartli

The archaeological site of Dzalisa is situated in central Kartli in the Mukhrani Valley. This significant archaeological settlement bears witness to the developed urban life in Kartli (Iberia) in the first centuries AD. The town was regularly planned with squares and intersecting streets. There were public, religious and residential buildings …

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Kazakh Journalists from Mitra Film Visited Georgia

 Kazakh journalists visited Georgia, organized by the National Tourism Administration Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development.  One of the top studios of Kazakhstan ”Mitra Film” staff will prepare entertainment-educational program about Georgia, which will be aired on several channels in Kazakhstan and reach millions of viewers. Journalists visited Tbilisi, Mtskheta, Gori, Borjomi, …

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Estonian TV Program – Travel with Me Visits Georgia

National Tourism Administration of The Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia organized Estonia’s top TV Company’s ETV | ERR visit in Georgia. ”Travel With Me” staff is preparing a program about the potential of tourism in Georgia. TV stories about the country will be aired in Estonia on …

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Batumi Cable Car Serves Its Millionth Visitor

Batumi cable car company ARGO has served its millionth visitor Aleksei Tuchak, a tourist from Ukraine, who is visiting Georgia jointly with his friends for the first time. Sulkhan Ghlonti, head of Ajara Tourism Department, Zurab Churkveidze, director of Goderdzi Resort, and Batumi Cable Car director Giorgi Abashidze handed over …

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Ministry of Economy Refuses Information Regarding Giorgi Chogovadze

Today several media agencies spread information as if Giorgi Chogovadze, head of National Tourism Administration of Georgia, had quit position because of the recent developments around GEM Fest. However, Ministry of Economy refused this information. According to the statement by Ministry of Economy, today’s information as if Giorgi Chogovadze has …

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Batumi to Host International Rural Tourism Conference in September

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On September 8-9 Batumi will host international rural tourism conference “International Tourism Standards and Trends of Village Tourism”. According to Adjara Government, local and foreign experts will discuss important issues, such as rural tourism general standards, the development of rural tourism in the state programs, wine tourism standards, attracting tourists and …

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Discovering Unseen Tbilisi – Friendly Free Walking Tours Around The City

Tbilisi Free Walking Tours

Tbilisi Free Walking Tours was founded three years ago, offering travelers opportunity to experience Tbilisi in a different way no matter the budget. Team, consisting of local experts and Tbilisi-lovers, are passionate about their city and its history and love sharing their favorite spots in Tbilisi. Caucasus Business Week talked …

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Black Lake – New Tourism Destination in Highland Ajara

Black Lake, a new tourism destination, will receive visitors in Highland Ajara starting 2018. The late is located at Goderdzi Pass, near the Green Lake. Tourism Products Development Agency of Ajara plans to carry out a marking of the Lake and include it into the tourism route in 2018. Before, …

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Record Figures in Tourism Sector

In July Georgia hosted about 1mln foreign visitors, National Tourism Administration of Georgia reports. In whole, the country has hosted about 4mln tourists as of August 1, 2017. According to January-August indicators, the country received 3 978 657 international visitors, up 16.8% year on year. Number of tourists, who have …

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