We traveled for 15 days around Georgia trying to avoid as much waste as possible. We realized that is easier than one might think, but we have to plan a bit. Do you want to know more?
We traveled for 14 days through this wonderful country. We were able to enjoy the culture, gastronomy and landscapes thanks to the fact that we rented a car there. Here I tell you everything you need to know to prepare you bags!
Tbilisi has been one of the European capitals that we have enjoyed the most. It is clean and has wide sidewalks. It is also perfect to enjoy its cuisine and its wines.
David Gareja is a rock-hewn Georgian Orthodox monastery complex located on the half-desert slopes of Mount Gareja. The complex includes hundreds of cells, churches, chapels, refectories and living quarters hollowed out of the rock face.
The area is also home to protected animal species and evidence of some of the oldest human habitations in the region
This is where the road starts, leaving Tbilisi to get into Georgia. There are several ways to do this route, but we decided to do it by secondary roads to see the country.
We really liked this route because we could go to the Katskhi pillar and also because it was fun to go see hundreds of cows along the way.
Mestia is a mountainous region in northwestern Georgia, at 1500 meters. It is a mandatory stop in the country, where you can enjoy the nature of the Caucasus.
Poti is a city in western Georgia. It is located on the east coast of the Black Sea and is one of the three big ports. Anyway, we only stopped in Poti looking for where to sleep.
Bordzhomi, also known as Borjomi or Borjomi is a village located in the province of Samtsje-Yavajeti. It is in central Georgia, west of Tbilisi.