The pretty capital, Tbilisi, is rich in history and architecture – including some controversial modern additions to the skyline – while its nightlife is wild enough to rivalBerlin
's. But it's what lies beyond the city that's Georgia's real draw card. There are nine national parks, as well as many more nature reserves and “protected landscapes”, so much of the country's epic scenery remains pretty much untouched.There's never been a better time to go, either; there are now more airline connections than ever and some great new places to stay.
From the looming peaks of the Caucasus to the dramatic forest-backed beaches of the Black Sea coast, the local experts we partner with in Georgia, would be delighted to create your own tailor-made trip.