Georgians love meat and cheese. Every restaurant has the huge variety of meet dishes. However Georgian culinary is rich with vegetarian and vegan dishes as well. If you do not eat meat and prefer vegetarian or vegan food, the Culture Trip article is right for you.
Nobody leaves the new cities and countries without visiting the bars. Tbilisi is full with cozy, unusual and vibrant bars. The culture trip article about the bars will help you to find the exact bar matching to your taste. Check out the list here.
Have you ever wondered what can you do in Georgia? There are a lot of activities you can do while you are in Georgia. However Trafalgar in their article gives you the most breathtaking activities. Check the article here.
You are the wine lover? And you are searching for the top Wine Bars to taste some good Georgian wine? Here is the article which will help you to choose the favorite one.
Its impossible to imagine world without having wine. Georgia is the cradle of wine and has its own technique of wine making. In the following article is everything about Georgian wine making traditions and Georgian Wine.
When it comes to Tbilisi it’s safe to say the secret’s out. The capital of Georgia has been charming worldwide travelers with its alternative arts scene, world-class clubs and unforgettable cuisine for a while now - and it’s undoubtedly becoming one of the trendiest cities in Europe - says MTV. More useful information about the capital of Georgia, you can check on MTV page
One of the most popular magazines VOGUE is writing about Georgia, and is giving you several reasons, why you should keep Georgia on your mind. Wine, fashion, architecture, unique culture and delicious food are not the only things listed in the Vogues article. Want to read the full article?! Here it is.
National Geographic journalist Tara Isabella Burton writes an article about Tbilisi. In her opinion Tbilisi is the worlds most bohemian city. Tara Isabella Burton: Few cities are as gleefully chaotic as Tbilisi, the capital of the Black Sea nation of Georgia. A onetime Silk Road capital, this sprawling city of 1.1 million is as eclectic as it is dynamic. The Old Town — also called Kala — with its traditional pastel houses and wooden balconies, flows seamlessly into the Art Nouveau neighborhood of Sololaki, where every ezo (courtyard) seems to reveal a
The Telegraph's destination expert Juliet Rix is writing about Svaneti region, Georgia. Check out the full article right here
ABTA launches today Travel Trends 2020 and its 12 destinations to watch throughout the year. The list is compiled independently by a group of ABTA experts and includes countries and regions celebrating significant anniversaries, providing the backdrop to blockbuster films as well as stunning destinations that can be accessed by public transport and ripe for discovery. Source: ABTA 12 destinations to visit in 2020