‘This is a strike to tourism industry, but it is not irresolvable”, Kakha Samkurashvili, senior analyst for Galt&Taggart told BM.Ge
In July 2019, a total of 1 099 474 international visitors arrived in Georgia and year on year growth made up 5.8%.
The large-scale campaign that started with one motivational hashtag for Georgian tourism popularization is continued.
As part of the Anaklia Economic Development Program (ACED), Agency of Protected Areas, Zugdidi City Hall and USAID-funded project
The municipality of Baghdati in western Georgia welcomed colleagues from the Polish town of Kostrzyn for a 4-day Staff Exchange Programme
Condé Nast Traveller created Instagram Story about Tbilisi, Batumi, Svaneti, Georgian Wine and Cuisine.
Observing the arrivals data of the third week (week of July 22) since Russia’s recent flight ban, dynamics appear to have taken a more positive turn from that of a week before.
In the 2nd and 3rd weeks of July, a total of 92 066 citizens of Russia arrived in Georgia, down 17.36% year on year.