The Perfect Georgia-Armenia-Azerbaijan Itinerary

Georgia itinerary: Gremi Monastery in Kakheti

Many people will know that Georgia is quickly becoming more and more popular amongst western tourists looking to get off the beaten path in Europe. The problem is, however, due to its geographic location in the far east of Europe, it is a long way to go just for a short Georgia itinerary. That is why many people looking to visit Georgia want to take the time to visit the … Read More

The Ultimate Georgia Itinerary: 1, 2 or 3 weeks

Georgia itinerary: Ushguli

Though it has always been a popular holiday destination for citizens of the former Soviet Union, the small Caucasian country of Georgia has only recently begun to gain attention from nations further afield. With huge investments into the tourism infrastructure and budget airlines connecting it with numerous destinations across Europe, Georgia is on the cusp of exploding as the next European hotspot. And because of this, more and more travellers … Read More

Tbilisi to Kazbegi: How To Get There & Things To Do

things to do in kazbegi

There are many amazing places to visit located close to Tbilisi. From the old capital of Mtskheta to the wine region of Kakheti, you are never short of day trips or weekend getaways to add to your Georgia itinerary. However, arguably the most spectacular trip that you can take is to travel from Tbilisi to Kazbegi and explore the mountains. The town of Kazbegi is officially known as Stepantsminda after … Read More

Georgia or Armenia or Azerbaijan: Which Country to Visit?

Georgia-Armenia-Azerbaijan itinerary: Khor Virap, Armenia

The countries of Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan are some of the last nations in Europe to have been fully “discovered” by mass tourism. While the three countries have been popular to visit for Eastern Europeans and citizens of the former Soviet Union for decades, travellers from further west are still waking up to the delights that these three nations have to offer. And because they are still considered to be … Read More

How to Get from Tbilisi to Borjomi & Things To Do in Borjomi

Georgia itinerary: Borjomi mineral water pavilion

The small city of Borjomi in central Georgia has been a popular destination for tourists since imperial Russian times when the high ranking members of the Russian elite began to notice the healing powers of the city’s natural spring waters. Since then, Borjomi has remained a sought-after destination for those looking to explore Georgia further. With a number of great things to do in Borjomi, the fact that it is … Read More

Is Georgia Expensive? A Georgia Trip Cost Guide

Georgia-Armenia-Azerbaijan itinerary: Ushguli

For most western travellers, the Caucasian nation of Georgia is still quite an exotic place, an emerging travel destination that many visitors from North America or Western Europe know very little about. Though Georgia is popping up more and more in international travel publications and its cuisine is beginning to gain global attention, people still want to know more about this Eastern European destination and one of the top points … Read More

Armenia to Georgia: Gyumri to Tbilisi & Dilijan to Tbilisi

Armenia itinerary

If you’re travelling overland through the Caucasus and plan to spend a few days in Armenia, chances are at some point you will make your way from Georgia to Armenia and then complete the route in reverse from Armenia to Georgia. As Armenia’s land borders with Turkey and Azerbaijan are closed, this is your only option if travelling overland unless you head to Iran. While the most conventional way to … Read More

The Ultimate 3 Days in Tbilisi Itinerary

Is Georgia Safe? Tbilisi

You will be hard pressed to find a person who doesn’t almost instantly fall in love with Georgia’s lively and chaotic capital city of Tbilisi. Though it is not the most beautiful city in Europe, Tbilisi has a unique energy and a personality that is all its own and has been charming travellers for years. For too long, though, the city hasn’t received the international attention it so very much … Read More