A landscape of Georgia To See’s summer issue is much more eclectic and interesting, traditionally providing you with some practical advices optimally to plan your trip in Georgia. Our main focus is to make your journey here more coordinated and consequently, in our summer menu our expert will try to clear it up – why Georgian cuisine has a special place in the Caucasus known as a “culinary pot”.
About ropeways you will know that the first one here was established in 1957 to connect the central part of the city, Rustaveli Avenue, with Mtatsminda Park.
Successful poets and musicians will highlight 5 must-see places.
You can mark an interesting event in a cultural line up. Tbilisi is home to numerous high level festivals this year. Electronic music is one of the highpoints.
If you are in a mood of venturing outside the capital, it’s up to you to choose a horseback tour in Tbilisi surroundings, planning adventures in mountainous Adjara, Shuakhevi and Khelvachauri or visiting Kakheti region. The remarkable nature, climate and awesome location of Borjomi and Bakuriani attracts many visitors to escape the summer heat.
Finally, the special guest of this issue is Gori Women’s Choir. The legendary Choir is collaborating with Georgian and London-based singer Katie Melua.
Plan your journey with Georgia to See and get more information, if you want to experience a real adventure.