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Cheap Flights to Georgia

Situated in the Caucasus region by the Black Sea, Georgia is an exciting and inspiring place offers a diverse range of culture, art and architecture. The country is steeped in history and boasts a renowned collection of beautiful ancient Orthodox churches, many of which can be found nestled in the mountains of the Caucasus. Alongside its interesting culture and heritage, the country is also home to stunning natural landscapes and charming countryside villages which makes it perfect for active travelers.

Experience the Best of Georgia

One of the great things about Georgia is its varied list of things to see and do for people of all tastes. Outdoor lovers can explore some of the natural beauty of the country including the rugged Caucasian Mountains or the untouched scenery in the Tusheti National Park. Out in the countryside in Georgia much of the local culture remains alive and the handicrafts, souvenirs and curiosities that can be found in the local markets make for memorable keepsakes.

The lively culture of Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, is another of the country’s unique draws and has something to offer for people of all ages. The core of the city in Old Tbilisi is a fantastic place to go sightseeing during the day with its squares, monuments and historic buildings, while the city comes alive at night with its vibrant bars and nightclubs. Tbilisi’s artistic heritage is also strongly celebrated in its unique galleries, art stores and street artists.

Travelling to Georgia

Georgia has three primary passenger airports, the busiest of which is Shota Rustaveli Tbilisi International Airport serving over 1.5 million passengers each year. The two other airports in the country are Kutaisi International Airport which is just outside of the city of Kutaisi, the second biggest city in Georgia, and Batumi International Airport. Many airlines provide cheap flights to Georgia at Shota Rustaveli Tbilisi International Airport from various destinations around the world including Dubai, Amsterdam and Vienna. The summers in the country can be warm for those wishing to explore the outdoors, whilst visitors interested in winter activities are advised to visit between December and February.

Georgia Visa Policy

Visitors to Georgia are required to get a visa in order to enter the country except for citizens of countries on the exemption list. A large number of countries are exempt from requiring visas including all EU citizens, UAE nationals and over 30 other countries all around the world. Nationals of these countries are able to visit Georgia for up to a year without a visa. The national currency of Georgia is the Georgian lari, although other currencies including US dollars and Euros are widely accepted throughout the country.

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