Georgia's tourism sector witnessed a remarkable surge in 2023, with revenues exceeding $4.1 billion, marking a significant 17% increase compared to 2022.
Transavia, the renowned low-cost airline from the Kingdom of the Netherlands, has announced its entry into the Georgian aviation market, initiating operations at Tbilisi International Airport, as disclosed by TAV Georgia.
Lopota Spa Resort, a prominent leisure destination, is set to unveil an expansive new project in June 2024.
Galt & Taggart's latest report projects a significant boost in Georgia's tourism sector for 2023.
Forbes magazine, referencing a rating by 'European Best Destinations', has listed Tbilisi as the fifth-best European location to celebrate the New Year.
From December 3rd to 5th, Batumi became the epicenter of culinary arts with the first-ever international gastronomic forum in Georgia, "Gastro Batumi."
The tourism sector has marked a significant milestone in 2023, with earnings from international visitors reaching a record-breaking $3.3 billion in the first three quarters.
The "Silk Road Forum" commenced its panel discussion on "Tourism Beyond Borders: Navigating the Changes" today, led by a keynote address from Zurab Pololikashvili, Secretary-General of the UN World Tourism Organization (UNWTO).