Located at a cultural and geographic crossroads between Europe and Asia, Georgia has seen a lot of economic and social development in recent years.
The country’s unique natural beauty draws a great deal of foreign and domestic tourism — with visitors taking in sights like the Black Sea, the Caucasus Mountains, and over 2,000 natural mineral springs.
The country has a rich number of offerings for history and nature enthusiasts as well — archeological sites, like Vardzia, a 12th-century cave monastery, or historic urban sites like Tbilisi's old town provide a deeper look into historical Georgian societies, and cities such as Svaneti and Uplistsikhe are in close proximity to trekking paths and historical rock settlements.
Tbilisi12 Merab Aleksidze St., David Tower, 3 floorVention is growing in Tbilisi! Tbilisi has experienced a meteoric rise in recent years, with numerous startups arriving and driving economic growth. Wander around the Old Town to get lost on winding, leafy roads; but don’t forget to check out the art nouveau and britalist architecture and thriving cafe scene.