Destination - GEORGIA
Georgia is very old and historical country. It is very long and interesting history.
The territory of modern-day Georgia was inhabited by Homo erectus since the Paleolithic Era. The proto-Georgian tribes first appear in written history in the 12th century BC.
The earliest evidence of wine to date has been found in Georgia, where 8000-year old wine jars were uncovered. Archaeological finds and references in ancient sources also reveal elements of early political and state formations characterized by advanced metallurgy and goldsmith techniques that date back to the 7th century BC and beyond. In fact, early metallurgy started in Georgia during the 6th millennium BC, associated with the Shulaveri-Shomu culture.
Georgia has different tropic. It is small county but there are any kind od lands which persons maybe like.
Winter is cold and rainy in Georgia. There are frequent rain and snow as well. The mountain resort regions are Gudauri, Bakuriani, Mestia. In addition to the amazing natural beauty of the area are a lot of indoor and outdoor entertainment. These are: Paragliding, Snowbiking for children and for adults; Skiing, Road trips, Joyland, Squares, Snowboarding.There are so many hotels for tourists In these regions. You can find any level of hotels. From Guesthouses to 5* Hotels.
- Bakuriani - Originally developed as an Olympic training facility, unsurprisingly, Bakuriani is Georgia’s most popular winter sports and recreation destination. Enjoy the downhill ski runs, cross-country trails, horseback tours, sledding or simply take long walks through beautiful snowy forests.
- Gudauri - Gudauri is the best ski resort in Georgia with well-developed infrastructure, the greatest difference in altitude, and unlimited possibilities for freeride and back country (ski touring). The resort is the highest settlement on the Georgian Military Road (the old name "Heavenly Gorge") at the altitude of 2000 m.
- Yazbegi - Tourists interested in religious history will find plenty of examples of wall paintings, frescoes and icons from the Middle Ages in the churches around Mestia. Within Mestia, the Church of Saint George contains well-preserved crosses and icons from the XII century. Additionally, Pusdi Church still contains fragments of XIII century wall paintings.
- Mestia - Mestia, the main regional center of Zemo (upper) Svaneti, is situated 456 km from Georgia’s capital city, Tbilisi, and is 1,500 meters above sea level.
Coast tour is especially topical in Georgia. Because the industry has a variety of beaches. The sandy, rocky also. Beaches are different from each other by nature, coastal style, price, entertainment.
- Batumi is a pretty nice and tourists favorite beach town. Batumi is a city of entertainment. There is plenty of restaurants, cafes, parks, beautiful bungalow. Everywhere is music and entertainment. In the daytime you can visit the Dolphinarium, the Botanical Garden, Piazza, Argo and entertainment center, and the fortress of Gonio-Apsaros and Makhuntseli waterfall.
- Ureki - its magnetic sand is a very good place to improve health. Th The sand in Ureki is classified black sand and has magnetic properties which treat a number of health problems, including cardiovascular diseases. Sea depth from the beach is too small, making it ideal for bathing children.
- Qobuleti - a quiet day, the beach clean, low prices everywhere, people's friendliness. For all these reasons Kobuleti great love among neighboring countries. Very good place for a family holiday.
Georgia has many kinds of land relief. Georgia gives a wide selection of entertainment for those who are attracted to extreme mountains. Dusheti, Kazbegi, Mestia, Racha, Gombori is incomplete lists the mountainous regions which are in Georgia to offer you.
You can take relax, make trips with bike,car or horse. Here are everything to feel nature.
- Yazbegi - the steep valleys either side of the gorge are great places for bird watching. Eagles, hawks and the massive griffon vultures all nest among the rocky outcrops.
- Mestia - The townlet is dominated by stone defensive towers of a type seen in Ushguli ("Svan towers"). A typical Svan fortified dwelling consisted of a tower, an adjacent house (machub) and some other household structures encircled by a defensive wall. Unique icons and manuscripts are kept in Mestia Historical-Ethnographic Museum. Mestia is also a center of mountaineer tourism and alpinism.
- katskhi Pillar - the inscription also makes mention of the Pillar of Life, echoing the popular tradition of veneration of the rock as a symbol of the True Cross. The rock was once accessible to male visitors through an iron ladder running from its base to the top, but has recently been deemed inaccessible to the public.
- Gombori Mountain - Civ-Gobori is a mountain range in the Georgian section of Greater Caucasus mountains. It is located in the province of Kakheti, eastern Georgia, and stretches to the distance of 107 km, with the highest mountain being at 1.991 m above sea level.
Georgia has preserved many historical monuments, including castles, fortress, churches, monasteries.
- Gori - Gori Fortress, Gori is best known as the birthplace of Joseph Stalin, the leader of the Soviet Union during the World War II.
- Akhaltsikhe - Rabat Fortness is a big town within the frames of Akhaltsikhe. Besides the historical fortresses, towers, churches, cells, mosque there are a lot of various modern offices, such as: tourists’ informational center, restaurant, caffee, shops where the visitors may buy souvenirs and clothes, museum, the room with the model of town Akhaltsikhe, the wedding palace, Turkish baths, pasha’s bureal vault, citadel, amphitheatre, wine cellar, where one may taste and buy Georgian vine.
- Palace of Dadiani - In 1839 David Dadiani founded his family's museum. The museum is one of the oldest in the Caucasus region, and currently houses more than 41,000 items, ranging from the second millennium BC to the end of the 19th century AD. Some of the most interesting items include Napoleon’s death mask dated 1833, a Napoleonic library of several hundred volumes, private letters, and Napoleonic silver and chinaware.
- Mtskheta - is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It has been inhabited since before 1,000 BC and was once the capital of the early Kingdom of Iberia (today’s Eastern Georgia). Mtskheta was also the religious centre of the country, with a number of major shrines to Georgia’s pagan pantheon; these would later be replaced by churches when St. Nino converted the country to Christianity in around 337 AD.
- Sairme - Balneological resort Sairme’s mineral and thermal springs’ medicinal qualities were already well known in the 19th century. The thermal spring comes from the depth of 1500 meters and its temperature is 43 degrees. The thermal baths are used to treat the followingdiseases: Bone-joint system illnesses, Neurological system illnesses, Sugar diabetes, Dermatology.
- Baxmaro - At over 2000 meters above sea level, Bakhmaro is the highest alpine climatic resort in Georgia. The average annual relative humidity is 73 per cent and the mixture of sea and mountain air is beneficial for people with respiratory problems.
- Tskaltubo - Tskaltubo is many-sided resort, but especially it is famous for thermal, mineral water-bathes. The water is soft, ransparent and without smell, the temperature of the water is 33-35°.
- Borjomi - Mineral water and climate-therapy is special with its curative powers in Borjomi. Mineral water treatment mainly includes drinking-treatment and bath procedures. “Borjomi”- a mineral water is provided from 1500 metres deep zone, which is unusual for its special curative qualities. Reliancing on the sources the history of “Borjomi” counts about 2000 years.
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