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5 Destinations In Georgia Country That Will Leave You Awestruck
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5 Destinations In Georgia Country That Will Leave You Awestruck

Tbilisi:

Tbilisi, Georgia: 5 Visitas Imprescindibles - Blog - ganasdemundoIt is the most popular city with the prospect of a tourist attraction. It is a charming old town located at the edge of the cliff and has some breathtaking scenery. Tbilisi has top-notch dining at reasonable prices, a lively nightlife, a lot of good lodging, and a lot of great historical sites. On your way to the medieval Narikala Fortress, there is even a cable car that will take you over the Kura River for stunning views of Old Tbilisi. Tbilisi's central location also makes it an ideal starting point for road trips to Georgia's nearby mountain, desert, and wine regions. Many visitors to Georgia choose to book a Tbilisi hotel for their entire stay and take a different day trip or tour every day.

 

Stepantsminda and Mount Kazbeg:

Mount Kazbek: Highest Peaks in GeorgiaIt just so happens that the hilltop 14th-century Gergeti Trinity Church in the Caucasus Mountains, a few hours north of Tbilisi, is another beautiful example of Orthodox architecture in Georgia. It takes about 90 minutes to walk quickly up a fairly steep slope from Stepantsminda, the town closest to the church. On a clear day, from many locations in the town, including the Rooms Hotel, you can see Mount Kazbeg, one of the highest peaks in the Caucasus Mountains, towering above the church.

 

Batumi's Black Sea Coast:

Tourist Season to Open on June 15 in Adjara - Georgia TodayAre you not in a religious mood and do not enjoy the mountains? Don't stress. Georgia's Black Sea coast is beautiful and relatively short, and the city of Batumi has some lovely beaches to visit. The fact that the city beach in Batumi is made of rocks rather than sand is one of the things that attracts a lot of tourists to Georgia. This implies that the water is more clear, yet you will not get sand wherever when you sunbathe!

 

 Ananuri Fortress:

Ananuri Fortress, Georgia

Ananuri Fort is one more fascination on the Georgian Military Parkway, 27 miles (44 kilometers) from Mtskheta. Built-in the sixth century, it was the castle of the Duchy of Aragvis. It is frequently visited as a stopover on the way to Kazbegi from Tbilisi, but it is also worth a trip on its own. It's the perfect picture for a postcard because it was taken next to a dam on the Aragvi River. It was so good that it was used as the cover of one of Lonely Planet's travel guides.

 

Stalin's Hometown:

Even though Joseph Stalin and his mythology are primarily associated with Russia, he hails from Georgia, (which, to be fair, was a Soviet Republic, albeit one that was reluctant to recognize it). You can visit the ancient Gori Fortress, or Uplistsikhe, an Iron Age architectural site, in addition to the massive Stalin Statue and extensive Stalin Museum in the center of Gori Town.

 

Bottom line:

The country has a great diversity of landscapes, cultures, and languages. It lies at the juncture of Eurasia and the Middle East and has been a melting pot of cultures and religions for centuries. From the highest mountains to the deep blue sea, the country is a great place to visit if you are looking for a little exoticism in your life.

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