Tourism

Meet Georgia Presstour to be Held in Khevsureti and Khevi

The Presstour was organized by the National Tourism Administration

Tourism to Slow But Remain Positive Over the Next 12 Months

Global growth projections have weakened and major central banks turned more dovish. At the same time, the USD stepped back and the appetite towards emerging markets increased.

Japanese Journalists to be Introduced with Georgian Tourism Potential

Georgia was visited both by the press journalists and leading Japanese television company TBS Nationwide Network crew.

On Larsi Border Tourists to be Gifted with Georgian Wine

National Administration of Tourism will gift tourists with branded Georgian wine.

Lonely Planet Lists Reasons Why Visit Georgia

Straddling Europe and Asia, and cradled between the greater and lesser Caucasus ranges, Georgia’s rich culture and diverse landscapes belie its modest size.

Georgia on Their Minds on Euronews

Television network Euronews's Focus has made a reporting about Batumi.

June Records 18% Upturn in Tourist Inflows

In January-June 2019 a total of 2 127 142 visitors arrived in Georgia, up 193 368 visitors compared to the same period of 2018. The year on year growth made up 10%.

National Geographic to Cooperate with Georgia in Tourism Industry

National Geographic will provide partnership services to attract tourists to Georgia and will cooperate with the Association of inbound tourism.

Balneological Tskaltubo Resort to Become Affiliated Member of UNWTO

The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) is the United Nations agency responsible for the promotion of responsible, sustainable and universally accessible tourism.