The year 2020 will be difficult for not only Georgia but also the whole world, Zurab Pololikashvili, secretary-general of the UN World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) told the Business Partner’s Four TV Program.
"This season will be pretty active since we are in the green zone. Currently, the hotel is 90% booked in July.", declared the general manager of the hotel, Irakli Jmukhadze with Commersant.
A new adventure tourist route is planned to be added in the mountain range.
The Spanish airline Air Europa may soon appear on the Georgian air base, and the passenger will be able to fly from Tbilisi to Madrid on a direct flight.
Georgia's borders may not be open to international tourists from July 1, according to the plan.
According to the Galt & Taggart basic scenario, international visits to Georgia will decrease by 65% annually in 2020. Revenues will be reduced by the same amount.
Along with Georgia, the safest tourist destinations in Europe according to Telegraph are Austria, Polland, Romania, Finland, Lithuania, Latvia, Slovenia, Montenegro, Croatia, and Malta.