Ryanair to start operating in Georgia

Ryanair, Irish low-cost airline will launch flights from and to Georgia starting this November. Flights are scheduled from both Tbilisi and Kutaisi. From the capital, Ryanair will fly to Milan Bergamo four times a week, and from Kutaisi to Bologna an...

26 August 2019

Tourism revenue drops in Georgia

Compared to July 2018, this year, the revenue from the tourism industry generated $57.8 million, or 13.3% less. According to the latest data of the National Bank of Georgia, in January-May 2019,  international tourism income was $1.1 billion, $101 mi...

20 August 2019

Kutaisi to Have a New Hotel

Kutaisi, the second largest city and a former capital of Georgia, will have a new 50-room hotel within the framework of a state-run program 50 Real Estates for Your Hotel.

The new hotel will be built at David Aghmashenebeli Avenue, the very center...

12 August 2019

A number of tourists traveling to Georgia grew by 8%

In the months between January to July this year, more than 2.5 million tourists visited Georgia, reports the Georgian National Tourism Administration, from which the majority comes from Russia. Additionally, almost 5 million of the visitors where int...

05 August 2019

Georgia and Nepal will cancel the visa regime for diplomatic passport holders

According to Georgian Public Broadcaster, the governments of Georgia and Nepal agreed to cancel visa regime for service and diplomatic passport holders.  Aleksandre Khvtisiashvili, the Deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia will soon sign the deal.


29 July 2019