The rugged and unspoiled nature of the Georgian Caucasus Mountains has been luring the adventurous for generations. Watch the video and get inspired.
Tbilisi is abundant with monuments, lush verdant hills, a curvy river with sheer cliffs overlooking it and attractive homes defined by their ornately carved wooden balconies. The city makes for a wonderful short break and here’s how to make the best of it.
Immerse yourself in Tbilisi’s contemporary urban culture when you stay at Fabrika, a combined hostel and arts space.
Rooms Hotel is Tbilisi's first design hotel. City breakers looking for hipster chic with luxury thrown in would love this hotel. The hotel is housed in a former publishing house that existed during Soviet rule and the entrance leads directly into a library, a setting that talks to that heritage.
Though the French may claim to have the last word on wine, the Georgians surely have the first: they’ve been making — and drinking — wine for 8,000 years.