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Heading to Georgia to discover the Caucasus? Start your trip planning with cheap flights to Tbilisi Novo Alexeyevka Airport (TBS). There are several airlines with cheap flights to Georgia like Pegasus Airlines, Turkish Airlines, Belavia, KLM and Georgian Airways.
It’s important to take climate into consideration when planning your holiday in Georgia. The Black Sea Coast is best in summer but the Caucasus Mountains are ideal in winter. Spring and autumn tend to be quite rainy. Book your flights to Georgia at least 4-5 months in advance.
Flights to Georgia take at least 7 hours with a stopover from London.
Georgia is a totally unique destination with two very different attractions: the mountains for ski holidays and a beautiful sandy coast along the Black Sea, which is perfect in summer. Add to the mix a handful of charming historic towns and you’ve got the perfect trip.
Tbilisi: The Georgian capital is a beautiful city on the banks of the Mtkvari River. It’s overflowing with interesting museums, galleries and churches. Don’t miss the old town for its tiny winding streets and old-style balconies.
Bakuriani: If you’re off on a ski holiday, head to Bakuriani’s ski slopes. The city once made a bid to host the Winter Olympics. It’s an easy drive with a Georgia car hire from Tbilisi towards the south of the country.
Uplistsikhe: For a dose of history, check out this 3,600-year-old Silk Road cave city. It’s definitely something that will impress and was also, many, many years ago a centre for the Caucasian pagan religion.
Find more information on Explore Georgia.
You can find Western hotels not only in Tbilisi but also in Batumi and a number of other Georgian cities. In the countryside the best option, and by far the most interesting, is to stay in a local home. Hotels tend to be overpriced as tourism is only starting to take off in the country.