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124% more Tourists Traveled in Mountainous Adjara

In mountainous Adjara the number of travelers has increased. According to the data of last year, 244, 478 visitors visited Eco and rural tourist attractions in Adjara municipality, which is 124% higher than 2017 data. In 2018, the largest number of tourists – 104,702 visited Kobuleti municipality, which is 38% …

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Expo Georgia to Host International Tourism Fair on May 3-5

The tourism international exhibition “Georgian Tourism Fair 2019” will be held at Expo Georgia Exhibition Center from 3 to 5 May. Expo Georgia will visitors will get acquainted with following information at 11th Pavlione: new tourist destinations, Discount Festival, All regions of Georgia in one space, Workshops and seminars on …

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Presentation about Tourism Potential of Georgia held in Tokyo

Within the frames of the project “Georgia – Homeland of Wine”, presentation about tourism potential of Georgia was held for the representatives of Japanese tourist companies at Terrada Republic / TMMT Hall, Tokyo. Representative of the Embassy of Georgia to Japan, David Goginashvili introduced information about Georgian wine, history, culture …

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Qvevri-Shaped Hotel to be Built in Telavi

Hotel “Qvevri” will be built in the village of Shalauri in Telavi. The main goal of the hotel is to popularize Georgian wine and culture. The hotel complex consists of a 15-room main building and a 20 qvevri cottage. According to the project, each pitcher will have the name of …

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Vardzia Resort Welcomes Guests in New Season with a Vardzia Resort

If you haven’t been to Samtskhe-Javakheti and haven’t experienced the taste of Meskhetian wine, then you know nothing about Georgia! This part has a very special hospitality that is clearly visible even in their traditional dishes. Their taste and fragrance will make any guest fall in love with the Meskhetian …

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Batumi at World Travel Awards

Batumi is nominated as the “Europe’s Leading Emerging Tourism Destination 2019” by the “World Travel Awards” among Sofia (Bulgaria), Matera (Italy), Baku (Azerbaijan), Ljubljana (Slovenia), Derry (Northern Ireland), Kutna Hora (Czech Republic) and Mostar (Bosnia and Herzegovina). World Travel Awards was established in 1993 to acknowledge, to reward and celebrate …

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Tourism Agency to Train 1500 Operators in 2019

National Tourism Administration plans to open intense training courses for tourism sector staff. The project inauguration was held at Radisson hotel on March 27. Trainings will be held all over Georgia, in all cities and settlements in the directions of accomodation, food and agro tourism, culture tourism and wine tourism, …

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