Citizens from 94 countries can enter Georgia and stay here a maximum of 360 days, without a visa requirement.
The interest of visitors to the protected areas increases. In May, compared to the same period last year, the number of visitors increased by 14% and amounted to 225 596.
A new reserve area that has unique Pontine Oak trees has been added to the list of protected areas in Georgia.
The capital of Georgia, Tbilisi, doesn’t lack either guests or hotels.
The 14th of June, 2019 – As part of the National Tourism Award, Radisson BLU Iveria hotel hosted the 4th conference of Tourism and Hospitality – Welcome to Georgia!
PEGAS Touristik international tour operator is meeting the 2019 summer season with important novelty.
bilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladze noted at the presentation of Deloitte Georgia’s report on investments sectoral potential of Tbilisi.