Georgia is located in the Caucasus region. We invite you to immerse yourself in Georgia’s rich culture. Discover its cultural, historical and gastronomic heritage. It became a veritable jewel of Eastern Europe.
In recent years, this popular tourist destination has been attracting more and more travelers in search of unique experiences. It’s known for its rich cultural heritage and natural beauty.
Georgia’s tasty local cuisine is distinguished by its long tradition of winemaking and its richly flavored and colorful dishes, such as khinkali, khachapuri and mtsvadi, in which spices, herbs and fresh vegetables are often used. It is considered one of the world’s oldest cuisines , with a history dating back over 2,000 years. Georgian cuisine is known for its spicy dishes and fresh, local ingredients.
Georgia is famous for its historic sites and architectural monuments, as well as for its natural beauty. Among the most famous sites is the ancient town of Mtskheta. This UNESCO World Heritage site is considered to be the cradle of Christianity in Georgia. The town is home to several historic churches and monasteries. The Narikala fortress is another popular attraction in Tbilisi, offering breathtaking views of the city and surrounding mountains.
Georgia is also renowned for its spectacular natural landscapes, particularly the Caucasus Mountains, which are a popular hiking destination for visitors. The trails offer panoramic views of snow-capped peaks and verdant valleys. The region of Svanetia, in the north-west of the country, is particularly popular with hikers and outdoor sports enthusiasts, thanks to its medieval stone towers, which once served as fortifications for local villages.
The richness and diversity of Georgian culture is expressed through a passionate artistic and musical tradition. The Georgian people are known for their harmonious, polyphonic traditional music. And with colorful, dynamic dances. Music and dance festivals punctuate the year, offering visitors the opportunity to discover local culture in an immersive way.
Georgian wines, made from local grape varieties and aged in traditional clay amphorae called qvevris, are world-renowned. These wines, with a long history stretching back over 8,000 years, are made from grapes grown in the country’s mountainous regions. Mineral-rich soils and ideal climatic conditions for wine production give wines a unique flavor.
If you want to discover all the cultural, gastronomic, viticultural, historical and architectural aspects of Georgia. Click on the image opposite to discover our“Immersion on Georgian soil” tour.