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Lagodekhi

Lagodekhi

Lagodekhi is the administrative center of Lagodekhi municipality, Kakheti region. The most important destination in this area is Lagodekhi National Park, which covers over 24 hectares.

Akhmeta

Akhmeta

Town Akhmeta in the northern part of Kakheti province, represents an entrance of Pankisi Gorge. The fabulous road to Tusheti through the Grate Caucasus Mountains starts from here.

Abasha

Abasha

Abasha is a small town in Samegrelo and nowadays functions as an administrative center of the Abasha District, part of Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti region.

Telavi

Telavi

Telavi is a town and the administrative center of the wine-making province Kakheti, East Georgia.

Gori

Gori

Gori is the town located at the heart of the Shida (Inner) Kartli province. Gori area is notable for museum of Joseph Stalin, ancient complex of Uplistsikhe, and the medieval Gori Fortress.

Kutaisi

Kutaisi

Kutaisi is the third largest city of Georgia, located on the lowlands of Colchis, in the western province of the country - Imereti.

Akhaltsikhe

Akhaltsikhe

Akhaltsikhe is a town located on both banks of river Potskhovi, in Samtskhe-Javakheti, Georgia's southernmost region. Town is famous for its medieval fortress Rabati, which has been rebuilt in the 17-18th centuries by Ottomans.

Signagi

Signagi

Signagi is a town in the eastern province of Georgia - Kakheti. It serves as a popular tourist destination due to its location at the center of country's major wine-making region, and its picturesque landscapes and narrow, cobblestone streets.

Tbilisi

Tbilisi

Founded in the 5th century, Tbilisi is the capital and the largest city of Georgia, with the population of approximately 1.2 million people (2019). Lying on the banks of the river Mtkvari, Tbilisi is the major political, economic and cultural center of the country.

Batumi

Batumi

Batumi is the second largest city of Georgia and the capital city of the Autonomous Republic of Adjara. Situated at the coast of the Black Sea in a sub-tropical zone, Batumi's economy is based on tourism and gambling - the reason why it is nicknamed as "The Las Vegas of the Black Sea" .