GEORGIAN DAYSCustom Tour
- Two Way
Ans: The currency of Georgia is the Georgian Lari. Although prices are occasionally quoted in US dollars and euros, Georgian law requires that all goods and services are paid for in local currency. Credit and debit cards are widely used in Tbilisi, but less so in the regions.
Ans: The top attractions to visit in Tbilisi are: Old Town Tbilisi, Narikala Fortress, Holy Trinity Cathedral of Tbilisi, Svetitskhoveli Cathedral, Jvari Monastery, Tbilisi Sioni Cathedral, Mtatsminda Park etc.
Ans: It depends on the season, generally Tbilisi is not full of snow. For the beginning of December, most probably, you will find snow in Bakuriani, 180KM from Tbilisi, or maybe in Gudauri, 110 KM from Tbilisi.
Ans: Tbilisi, Batumi and Kutaisi are busy, vibrant and worth a visit. You should travel to Tbilisi to see the beautiful yet crumbling capital with numerous attractions that will keep you occupied for at least 3 days. Old Tbilisi, the main touristic spot, looks like from a fairy tale really!