September 23, 2018

Georgia on the Spot

Georgia was expecting its 6 million tourist to arrive in 2016, and the lucky one was Jesper Black  a visitor coming from the Netherlands who flew into Tbilisi to visit friends living there. The Georgian Government organised an outstanding welcome reception inviting him for a private dinner with Prime Minister, Mr. Giorgi Kvirikashvili.

 He was declared “Special Guest of the Republic of Georgia  during his sojourn in the country. “I will never forget this incredible surprise, this is the most amazing experience I’ve ever had…”, declared him to the press.

Georgia’s touristic potential has been recently praised by many prominent International Magazines and travel media. Mrs. Claire Allfree, from The Telegraph ranked Tbilisi, Capital of Georgia #4 destination. She highlighted this fact in her article entitled: “21 European cities you never thought to visit – but definitely should”.

Svaneti, Georgia.

Vogue’s writer Jen Murphy, published on Dec 30th, 2016 her top 10 destinations for 2017. Georgia is the first on the list.

Georgia’s new hotels and shopping malls are popping up all over the country; Art Nouveau buildings and traditional balconies houses, surprising great wines and authentic cuisine, excellent cultural  scene and venues, new access for core skiers and snowboarders to the never touched snow mountains in the Caucasus, is all part of the fantastic touristic glamour that the rising Republic of Georgia can offer to foreign visitors.  


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