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Destination Georgia, the south Caucasian country bordering the Black Sea in west. The country is located at the crossroads between Western Asia and Eastern Europe. It shares borders with Armenia, Azerbaijan, Russia, and Turkey. Georgia today is by far the most visited country in the South Caucasus, and it’s easy to see why: its rich culture and astonishingly diverse landscapes make it an ideal destination for anyone loving history and nature on the grandest of scales.
Tbilisi is the capital of the country of Georgia. This surprisingly enchanting city fascinates the visitors at a first glance. Tbilisi has the image of harmoniously integrated city of ancient and modern and through centuries it has been home to people of multiple cultural, ethnic and religious backgrounds. This is especially evident in the city’s Old Town, where a mosque, synagogue and Christian churches stand side by side.
Tbilisi is located on the banks of the river Mtkvari. The territory counts more than 6 000 years since having been inhabited, however as the city, it was founded by the King Vakhtang Gorgasali in the 5th century (AD). During the hunting in the woods, king’s birds fell into a hot water spring and the king and his servants saw the stream come out of hot water. Surprised by the abundance of hot water, King Vakhtang gave order to build a city on this site, after Vakhtang’s death, his successor King Dachi moved the capital from Mtskheta to Tbilisi. Therefore, the name of the city derives from the word “tbili” – warm in Georgian.
Batumi is the second-largest city in Georgia. Located on the coast of the Black Sea, it is lined with palm trees and surrounded by mountains. Batumi is the region’s tourist and gambling capital. A regional party hub, Batumi has a vibrant night life, hosting increasingly big name international DJs and pop concerts. The Black Sea city welcomes visitors from across different regions – most tourists fly in from locations as diverse as Russia, Israel, Poland, Turkey, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Lithuania and others.
These barrier islands and port town along the Atlantic coast get their name from the golden sand beaches that dot the Georgia coastline. The region’s larger islands feature all of the amenities out-of-towners could want, while Brunswick serves as a mainland town complete with a wharf and plenty of shrimp boats. Smaller islands like Little St. Simons and Sea Island offer private, world-class resorts. No matter which island you choose, don’t forget to snap a photo of the stunning sunsets over the ocean’s horizon.