Tourism

₾47 Million Invested in Large-Scale Rehabilitation Works of Kutaisi Airport in 2023

In 2023, large-scale rehabilitation works are planned in Kutaisi Airport, the total investment budget of which will be 47 million GEL.

14 Millions Allocated in Construction of the Athletes' Village for Freestyle Championship

From February 19 to March 5, 2023, Georgia will host the Freestyle Skiing and Snowboarding World Championships.

Georgia Received USD 3.5 Billion from International Tourist Visits in 2022

In 2022, 5,426,903 international travelers visited the country, which was 188.5% more than in 2021.

President of Georgia Opposes Revival of Air Traffic with Russia

Salome Zourabichvili, the president of Georgia, spoke against restoring direct air travel with Russia on Friday.

Georgia Participates in FITUR-2023 Joining 130 Countries

The National Tourism Administration participates in the FITUR-2023 international tourism exhibition in Spain.

₾2.3 Million Amphitheater to be Builit in Ambrolauri

The design of the construction of the amphitheater has already been completed and financial resources are being sought for the implementation of the project.

The New York Times Includes Kakheti in its Main Annual Travel Guide

The New York Times has included Kakheti in its 52 places to visit in 2023 section of its main annual travel guide. Kakheti is ranked number 23 on the list.

2019 Passenger Figures Recovered by 81% and 99% at Georgian Airports

According to the data of 2022, Tbilisi International Airport served 2 998 566 passengers, which is 78% higher compared to 2021 annual passenger numbers, and 81% of the passenger figures of 2019.

Georgia Among Best Life's List of 10 Best History Museums

American travel and entertainment publication Best Life advises its readers to travel to Georgia and visit the National Museum of Georgia.