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A landlocked country bordered by Russia, Turkey, Armenia, Georgia is a vibrant country with so much to offer the tourist – and at very affordable prices too. Every visitor can delight in its wholesome foods, sights and sounds, not to mention the fine wines – it is said that in Georgia there are over 300 wine varieties! It has beaches, caves, mountains and hot sulphur baths – not much that it doesnt have…and the famous khinkali.

 


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Kutaisi | Georgia’s best Khinkali destination

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August 11, 2018
Kutaisi and Tibilisi are at some kind of war - not quite a war, but a rivalry for the status as the capital city! But to get a closer look, head to this beautiful city.
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Don’t leave Georgia without trying these foods

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May 13, 2018
The best possible way to introduce Georgian cuisine would be through its most popular dish - khachapuri. Or Khinkali. Or both. Come with me on Georgia's culinary trail...
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Things to do in Kazbegi | Georgia

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May 10, 2018
Kazbegi is the kind of place that shakes your prejudices and goads the mind and body into action. It makes you look for things to do - and not just give you a list you can tick off.
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Open Air Museum of Ethnography | Tbilisi, Georgia

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December 22, 2016
Giorgi Chitaia Open Air Museum of Ethnography is said to be one of the finest living examples of folk architecture and craft work from various regions of the country.
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The warmth is not just in sulphur springs | Tibilisi

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June 22, 2016
Maze-like cobblestone streets flanked by irregular houses, overlooked by mountain-top fortress, interspersed by healing sulphur springs and churches
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Uplistsikhe | A cave city in Stalin’s Gori

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June 14, 2016
Of all the "off-the-beaten-tracks" you can find in Georgia, Uplistsikhe takes the cake. Literally translating into 'Fortress of the Lord', this an ancient rock-hewn town is a sheer delight to visit - even if you aren't a history buff.
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