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.
Rehabilitation of Dusheti's historical districts is starting. Today, the Prime Minister of Georgia discussed the upcoming project with the local population.
Observing the data of the second week arrivals since Russia’s recent flight ban, dynamics remain broadly unchanged from a week before1: despite the drop of Russian tourists, total travelers growth remains positive at 2.1% YoY.
During the 6 months of 2019, revenues of the Agency for Protected Areas reached 3 774 722 lari, which is an increase by 57% (2 398 981 lari) compared with 6 months of 2018.
It has been two weeks since the Russia’s flight ban and some evidence of the impact has started toaccumulate.
EBRD shared a video about Tbilisi and Juta tourism attractions on the twitter account