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A brief encounter with Svaneti: Shdugra waterfall

If you travel around Georgia and want to see the mountainous regions, Svaneti is one of the most beautiful choices. Recently it becomes more popular among the international travelers, which is pleasant for us. Though sometimes everyone needs some time for tete-a-tete with own self, an undiscovered route and places, which are not featured at every second advertising board… In such cases we a

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Eat Like a Local - 6 Delicious Things We Forgot to Tell You About

We tell you about Khachapuri, Mtsvadi and Churchkhela. But there are some meals, snacks and fruits, which are so ordinary for us that we often just forget to tell you about them. Here are some of them totally worth to give a try. Jonjoli Jonjol is a pickled flowers, literally. We collect sprouts from bushes, many many beautiful pink flowers with strange, not flowery smell, and then make one of t

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10 Most Exciting Photospots of Georgia

The bold facts show that every traveler is somehow eager to capture the moments of his trips to keep them for some time, if not forever. We understand this totally, and being settled in such awesome country as Georgia, we are more than happy that even an average picture from a trip to grandma's house can be a potential feature of the National Geographic. If you look for inspiration for you pho

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Taste of Georgia: Ajara, Samegrelo, Svaneti

Going to Georgia, travelers usually prepare themselves to enjoy khachapuri, lobio, khinkali and, of course, a variety of meat barbecues, which are called "mtsvadi" in Georgian. Advanced experts in Georgian cuisine leave some free space in the stomach for pkhali, eggplants in walnut sauce, chakhokhbili and kharcho. However, our compact country has such a rich variety of regional dishes, that even i

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A Vegetarian Guide to Georgian Food (and How to Eat It)

I enjoyed Georgian food so much more than Turkish food. I definitely didn’t expect that. One of the reasons is that Georgian food is a lot more vegetarian friendly than Turkish food. Georgians do incredible stuff with walnut, eggplant, mushroom and cheese. The latter 3 items being my all around favorite things in the world to eat so it’s no surprise I found Georgian food very much agreeable.

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Honeymoon in Georgia: 6 inspiring ideas

Late summer is a great time for scheduling your wedding or honeymoon. Want to start your official family life in an unforgettable way, experience emotional moments together without traveling the world and the seven seas? Georgia is your best option then.










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Good news about visa to Georgia!

Getting to Georgia just became easier. Good news for those who had to apply for the Georgian visa, checking the e-visa page and thinking what to do. Recently the Government of Georgia simplified the procedure for you. Now, those who possess a visa and/or a residence permit of any country listed in the following list may enter and stay in Georgia without visa for 90 calendar days in any 1

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10 Most Beautiful Lakes in Georgia

Qoruldi Lakes Svaneti. On a high mountain plateau 3 small lakes slumber under the calm watch of surrounding snowy peaks. Photo credit: OutdoorUkraine This plateau is situated right above Mestia, the main town of Svaneti region. Reachable for 4x4 cars. Water is cold and murky, so swimming is not a good idea. Anyway the main beauty of this place are it's breathtaking panoramic views. Udziro

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Racha - Georgian Switzerland

Author: Михаил Голубев The summer of 2013 I spent in Racha - a mountainous region of Georgia, which is not very well-known among travelers. When it comes to mountains in Georgia, first names that come to mind are Svaneti, Gudauri or Bakuriani. But this time, let me tell you of Racha. Detailed information about this land, it's maps, routes, etc, you can find in my LiveJournal. Af

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Dry Bridge Flea Market – Best Place for Unique Souvenir Shopping in Tbilisi

Located in Tbilisi’s historic old town, 20 minutes walk from Freedom Square, Dry Market is the place, where you can buy literally every souvenir you ever dreamed of. Source: Megapass   Source: Econet Source: Econet Even more, alongside traditional, typical tourist trinkets you can encounter old military medals from WWII, old enamel, Soviet kitsch, handmade jewelry (sometim

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5 reasons to celebrate New Year in Georgia

Christmas and New Year holidays are approaching! If you are wondering where to spend them, we will try to convince you that Georgia is one of the best options. Here are the reasons: New Year's table has never been so healthy and unhealthy at the same time! Georgian food is always very natural, the whole variety of spices and ingredients tastes fantastic, but there is always so much food at the

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Rules and peculiarities of Georgian national cuisine

Guide for gastrotourists by Forbes Ukraine. Khinkali in Tbilisi Photo credit: Thinkstock Capital city of cheese – Zugdidi Photo credit: Shutterstock The most authentic Khachapuri Photo credit: Shutterstock Source: Forbes.ua