The prestigious travel publication recommends wine enthusiasts explore Georgia's ancient wine-making traditions.
The National Tourism Administration has reported that 292 new hotels will be built across the country between 2023-2025, with the highest number of new accommodation facilities planned for Tbilisi.
Georgia presented its unique cultural heritage, natural monuments, and modern achievements to international visitors, aiming to increase the number of international travelers and target new markets.
At the opening ceremony of ITB Berlin, the world's largest tourism exhibition, Robert Habeck, the German Vice-Chancellor, highlighted Georgia's tourism potential and its goal of advancing towards Europe.
A detailed plan for a new development in Bakuriani, which includes an educational ski track and cable car, has been approved by the Spatial and Urban Development Agency.
SunExpress, a Turkish-German airline founded by Turkish Airlines and Lufthansa, will begin operating flights to Tbilisi International Airport in Georgia from June 28.
Georgia, as the official host country of the ITB Berlin 2023, presented its potential as a top tourist destination to over 200,000 visitors and representatives of more than 180 countries.
Representatives of Georgia's tourism industry, who were attending ITB Berlin, recently joined a protest.