Top 7 Places To Visit This Summer In Georgia
Ushguli is a tiny collection of villages high in the Caucasian mountain region of Svaneti. It is located in the municipality of Mestia, at the bottom of mountain Shkhara, near the confluence of rivers Inguri and Shavtsqala-Kvishara and it is one of the must seen destination in Georgia
The history, culture and religious composition of the region is also very unique. Beyond the beach, Batumi offers bizarre architecture, beautiful nature, an excellent café culture, vibrant markets, street art, and much more.
Perhaps the most recognizable icon of Georgia, the Gergeti Trinity Church stands guard over the Kazbegi region from its perch on a hillside just under Mount Kazbegi
4. Martvili Canyon
Martvili Canyon is 45 km away from Kutaisi, and before discovering the Black Sea, experience a part of Georgia, which used to be a bathing place of Dadiani.
Here you have the opportunity to take a trip by boat, 300 meters (one way) section of Abasha and enjoy the beautiful views of canyon.
Kutaisi is technically one of the largest cities in Georgia, but it feels incredibly small compared to Tbilisi. Still, Kutaisi is charming and offers enough to do – monasteries, churches, and restaurants – to warrant a visit for a night or two. Plus, Kutaisi is a great base for day trips to nearby wonders like Martvili Canyon.
The village of Juta is one of the highest settlements (2200 m) in the municipality of Kazbegi, and is located 24 km from Stepantsminda (8 km of paved road, and a friendly reminder that in case of rainy day there is a dirty road:) ).
And of course Tbilisi.
Tbilisi offers first-class dining options at affordable prices, vibrant nightlife, abundant quality accommodation, and tons of great historical sites.