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Capital: Tbilisi
Population: 3,996,765
Area: 69,700 km2

Experience a completely different world with an unusual unique culture and warm, cordial and cheerful people. Visit Georgia - an amazing country with wildlife, magnificent mountains, caves, historical monuments and dances, rich traditional cuisine and fine wines.

Wine and gastronomy are the two main reasons for the increase in the number of tourists. But far from Georgia has nothing more to offer. The High Caucasus abounds in beautiful landscapes, lookouts, traditional villages and old churches. You can get to know this area during an unforgettable hiking tour.

The capital of Georgia, Tbilisi, is an extremely picturesque place where Georgian tradition and urban present meet at the same time. Like nowhere else in Georgia will you experience a bigger crowd on the streets, feel what the future holds for this country, but equally notice what Georgia has gone through in its history. The name of the capital of Georgia in translation means "warm", and refers to a spring of warm sulfate water around the source of which are built many baths that provide true relaxation after a long day.

One of the main attractions of Georgia is the city in caves which was a great pagan shrine. Excavations have shown that it originated as early as the 4th century BC, while in the time of the Greeks and Romans it could accommodate up to 20,000 inhabitants. It is fascinating to walk through unusual streets, stairs and chambers, and the view that stretches from the cliffs is unforgettable.

Gori is famous for Stalin, who was born there. There is a large museum dedicated to this dictator in the city, but unfortunately most of the things have not been translated and consist mostly of photographs. In front of the museum is his birthplace as well as the train he used for all his travels for fear of flying.

The Kazbegi region is definitely one of the leading Georgian attractions. Most of the photos that have traveled the world and served as an advertisement to Georgia show a small church on top of a hill surrounded by mountain ranges. Well, that church is located in the Kazbegi region. All nature lovers will not easily forget this part of Georgia.

Apart from the fact that the cuisine of this former Soviet republic is an irresistible combination of European and Asian influences, it is served in extremely large portions. The word meaning Georgian meal is supra, which can literally be translated as "feast".

Georgia has a distinct four seasons among which it is recommended to avoid traveling in winter. Namely, winters in Georgia are cold and humid. All the remaining parts of the year are pleasant.

The untouched nature of Georgia is a magnificent feast for the eyes, and the cities are full of cultural and historical sights - this is a destination that will not leave you indifferent. Georgia has so much to offer to their visitors and this is just a small part of it.