Autumn in Georgia is equally interesting and active for grape-selling villagers and winemakers as it is for photographers and the owners of little hostels along tiny streets.
It is the time for spending weekends in the Kakheti region. It is the time for dipping churchkhelas and passing trucks loaded with grapes. It is the time of landscapes with impressionist aesthetics.
Those who enjoy adventures and are fond of travelling can follow us to Kakheti, check out the autumn menu and take a part in a wine tasting.
And those who are going to stay in the capital can visit the Georgian National Museum and see the unique collection of Oriental Arts. Modern artist Roko Iremashvili will host you in his art studio, while poets and journalists will reveal their top must-see places to you.
View old and beautiful Tbilisi balconies and set a time for a trip to suit any budget.
As for the nightlife, based on leading cultural magazines, Tbilisi’s techno- scene offers not only the best lineups, but festivals large and small to equal those of European “Mecca” cities. So, get planning for a party weekend and head to the night clubs listed in our magazine.