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Batumi Nominated for World Travel Award – Voting to End on April

The city of Batumi has been nominated for World Travel Awards, the most influential tourism award in Europe. Sophia (Bulgaria), Matera (Italy), Baku (Azerbaijan), Ljubljana (Slovakia) and Kutna Hora (Czech Republic) will also compete with Batumi for the same award. The voting for Batumi is available on the official website: https://www.worldtravelawards.com/vote. …

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Recreational Park to be Arranged in Bakhmaro

Municipal Development Fund has announced a tender on the procurement of additional project, arranging recreational park in Bakhmaro. The cost of procurement is GEL 1,28 million. The aim of the project is to create an attractive environment for tourists. The park is located on the territory of the state property in …

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Hotel and Cafeteria to be Arranged in Lagodekhi Reserved Area

Arrangement of hotel and cafeteria is planned in Lagodekhi Reserved Area. The auction has already been announced for the purpose of arranging tourism infrastructure. The winner must complete the infrastructure in 2 years and invest 1 million GEL. Tourist infrastructure in the territory of Lagodekhi Protected Area must meet the …

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Tbilisi Mayor: Tbilisi will Have 3D Map

Tbilisi will have its own 3D map in the near future, Tbilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladze noted at the Tbilisi government meeting. Tbilisi City Hall has announced tender for implementing the mentioned project and the winner company started working on March 1, Kakha Kaladze said. “Soon Tbilisi will have 3D map …

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Batumi to Host Tourism Festival TOURISTER on March 31

On March 31 Batumi will host Tourister tourism festival. The Festival, which is a joint project of Tourism Institute and Shindi marketing company, will be held on annual basis as a traditional event. Objective of Tourister is to outline challenges and opportunities in the tourism sector through studying and analysis …

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Passenger Turnover at International Airports of Georgia Rose by 25%

According to the information spread by Georgian Airpots Assocaition, in January-February Georgia-based airports handled 625 236 passengers, up 25% as compared to January-February 2018 (500 687 passengers). All three international airports of Georgia recorded an upturn in passenger turnover. Namely, in February Tbilisi International Airport served 238 445 passengers, up …

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12 Protected Areas in Georgia to Receive Comprehensive Support UNDP and GEF

Twelve Protected Areas in Georgia will receive comprehensive support from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Global Environment Facility (GEF) aimed at enhancing their management and financial sustainability, and at assisting Georgia to conserve and protect its unique biodiversity. The five-year initiative will be implemented by the Caucasus …

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Georgia Expects to Receive 6.6 billion USD Revenues from Tourism Sector in 2025

According to the 2025 tourism strategy, Georgia will receive 6.6 billion USD revenues from tourism sector by 2025, Mariam Kvrivishvili, head of National Tourism Administration, noted. Kvrivishvili introduced details of the new strategy and priority tourism products to the private sector representatives. The administration will be oriented on quality and …

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