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How to get to Georgia
By air: Direct flights operate from Moscow, Kiev, Tel Aviv, Dubai, Tehran, Paris, Amsterdam, Vienna, Frankfurt, Athens, Prague, Istanbul, Munich, Donetsk, Odessa, Warsaw, Riga, Minsk, Almaty, Baku, Yerevan. By train: Railway connects Georgia to Armenia and Azerbaijan. By road: International buses and mini-buses run from Turkey (Trabzon, Ankara, Istanbul, Alanya, Antalya )every day, as well as from Yerevan and Baku.
General Information
Geographical location: Georgia is bordered by the Black Sea from the East, Turkey from the South-West, Azerbaijan from the East, Armenia from the South-East and the Russian Federation from the North side. Territory: Georgia covers a territory of 69700 Population: 4 700 000 citizens. Capital city: Tbilisi -1 225 000 citizens.
Geographic coordinates: 42°00′N, 43°30′ Georgia is located in wrinkled Alpine zone, in Subtropical zones of northern periphery. Georgia is extremely mountainous country. Georgia lies mostly in the Caucasus Mountains, and its northern boundary is partly defined by the Greater Caucasus range. The Lesser Caucasus range, which runs parallel to the Turkish and Armenian borders, and the Surami and Imereti ranges.
Georgia’s climate is affected by subtropical influences from the West and Mediterrane an influences from the East. Summer temperature averages between 24° C and 28° C, winter temperature – between 2° C and 4° C. Humidity is lower and rainfall averages 500 to 800 millimeters per year.
Time Zone
GMT+4; DLS +1 (From the last Sunday of March)
Opening Hours
Shops: Daily 10a.m.-6p.m., groceries are usually opened longer, some of them operates 24 hours Banks: Monday to Friday 9:30a.m.-5:30p.m. (closed during lunch break) Offices: Monday to Friday 9a.m.-6p.m. (closed during lunch break)
Georgian Food
The Georgian dishes are specific to the country and are cooked by Georgian people around the world. Eating national food is quiet exciting and rich experience in Georgia. If you want to feel Georgian culture and cuisine you have to try Georgian Khachapuri, Khinkali, Qababi… Tbilisi and Batumi are more expensive than other parts of Georgia, but even here you can enjoy your lunch or dinner approximately at 10-15$.
Georgian Wine
Georgia is known as a cradle of viticulture. It`s archeologically proven, that Georgian viticulture is between 9 000 to 7 000 BC. Georgian wines are classified as sweet, semi-sweet, semi-dry, dry, fortified and sparkling. The semi-sweet varieties are the most popular. Georgian wines from the different Georgian wine companies are awarded with Golden and Silver medals at International fairs and Exhibitions annually.