Tourism

Tourism Sector Representative Keep Protesting at Parliament of Georgia

Representatives of the Georgian tourism industry keep holding protest rallies at the parliament of Georgia. We will continue our protest unless our demands are satisfied, they noted.

Georgia Will Receive Foreign Tourists from July 1

As announced Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia, the Government has taken decision to unlock Tbilisi on May 11 and Rustavi and Gardabani on May 14.

Economy Minister: Our Strict Guidelines are to Make Georgia One of the First Tourism Destinations to Open for Tourists

Together with the World Tourism Organization (WTO), we are doing our best in order to make Georgia a safe tourism market

Tourism Industry Prospects – Forecasts by Economy Minister

“The economy and business sector, in general, bear losses”, Minister of Economy Natia Turnava told the reporter, who asked about the current challenges in tourism industry.

Georgian Government Offers postponement of Property and Income Taxes to Tourism Linked Businesses

The government offers postponement of property and income taxes to the businesses connected to tourism till November 1 – Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia said during the briefing.

How Visits by International Travelers Changed in Georgia

In February 2020, the visits by international travelers declined by 3,126 ones year on year.

Mariam Kvrivishvili Comments on Establishing New LEPLs for Managing Resorts

As noted by Mariam Kvrivishvili, director of the National Tourism Administration, it is reasonable to establish Legal Entities of Public Law

January Records 19.8% Rise in Inflow of International Visitors

As Reported by the National Tourism Administration, in January 2020, a Total of 633,201 International Travelers Arrived in Georgia.

What happened in Tourism Sector in 2019?

The Georgian tourism sector has successfully completed the year 2019 and maintained an intense pace of growth, despite artificial barriers.