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Radisson Hotel Group Advises Georgia to Create Ministry of Tourism

General manager of Radisson Hotel Group advises Georgia to appoint Minister of Tourism. According to him, such practices work well in several countries and he thinks that this would take development of the tourism sector to higher levels. As for him, main challenge of hospitality sector in Georgia is connected to …

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How Satisfied Tourists Travelling to Georgia Are?

Tourism industry is important as it plays an important role in the economy of countries. To develop and grow tourism sector county should take care of tourism satisfaction to keep them coming and recommending others to visit. Satisfaction is affected by three antecedents: They are the perceived quality, the price …

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Hotel Prices Increased by 3.4% in April

According to PMCG In Georgia, the average cost of a room in a 3-star hotel was GEL 136 per night in April 2018. The most expensive 3-star hotels in April in Georgia were in Mtskheta-Mtianeti region (exceeding the average price by 20%). The average cost of a room in a …

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Virtual Reality Equipment to Appear at Tourism Information Centers

Virtual reality machines will be installed at 3 tourism information centers in Tbilisi, Gori and Mtskheta. The center visitors will see space video images of about 100 tourism locations through these machines. The project authors hope that these machines will attract tourists to see these locations. Tourism administration plans to …

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Development of Tourism Infrastructure in Ujarma is Planned

Development of tourism infrastructure in the village Ujarma, Sagarejo municipality, is planned in the area of the cultural heritage, fortress city. The Municipal Development Fund has already announced tender for the procurement of construction works in order to improve the city  infrastructure. Estimated cost of the project is 69 447 …

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G&T: Georgia May Host 7.6 million Tourists by 2022

Major Tourism Development Ahead for Georgia’s Western Guria Region

Galt&Taggart has published tourism sector research results. According to the report, tourism is one of the rapidly growing sectors of Georgian economy and it is an important source of inflow of foreign currency. The report analyzes tourism statistics, under which 3.5 million tourists visited Georgia in 2017 and revenues from …

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Georgia Presented at the Dubai Tourism Exhibition “ATM 2018”

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The National Tourism Administration of the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development has participated in the Dubai International Tourism Exhibition-Fair ATM 2018 in United Arab Emirates For the development of tourism in Georgia (MICE Tourism), members of the National Tourism Administration and Exhibition Bureau held meetings with representatives of international …

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Tourism Administration to Purchase 20.5 million GEL Services without Tender

The National Tourism Administration plans to buy 20.5 million GEL of services without tender. The agency has already submitted an application to the government of Georgia and State Procurement Agency. The National Tourism Administration plans to buy such services as the placement of commercials on various international channels; participation in …

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Number of Tourists Increased by 33% in March

In March, 578,514 international travelers visited Georgia, which is 67,472 more than the same period last year (a growth of +13.2%). The number of foreign visitors or travelers who traveled 24 or more hours in March equaled 292,017, which is 72,403 more than in March 2017 (a 33% increase). In …

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Georgia Received $159.3 Million Revenue From Tourism in January

In January, Georgia received $ 159.3 million in revenue from tourism. In January-February the number of tourists increased by 25% and the number of visitors increased by 17.2%. In February, the highest number (103,981) of visitors arrived in Azerbaijan. Armenia is in second place with 102,707 visitors, while Turkey has …

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