8 reasons to visit Georgia
Georgia is a country shrouded in mystery.
Georgia is situated between the Caucasus Mountains on the north, the Black Sea on the west and deserts from the south, and it border Azerbaijan, Russia, Turkey and Armenia. Georgia is not only on a crossroads of cultures but also has lots of spectacular landscapes.
Until recently, many would have difficulty to place the country of Georgia on the map, but it's emerging as a very popular travel destination.
We present 8 places to visit and enjoy in Georgia.
Tbilisi lies on the banks of the Kura River and is surrounded by mountains on all sides.
Archaeologists uncovered 4BC settlement on this location. The second start of history is connected to Sulphur baths in Abanotubani area. The baths follow Persian tradition, just difference is, the hot water comes up naturally from the ground below.
Tbilisi offers lots of other interesting locations as: Orthodox Churches, Tbilisi Synagogues, Mosques and Zoroastrian fire temple.
2. Ushguli: Europe's highest village
High up in the Caucasus Mountains at 2,300 meters above sea level, proudly stands the highest continuously inhabited the village in Europe.
Surrounded by magnificent half circle of mount Mount Shkhara massif. Georgia's highest village, Ushguli is famous for the medieval towers and unique architecture.
The area is listed as UNESCO world heritage site.
3 Cave cities around Georgia
Georgia has some of the most strange cave cities in Europe.