#1 – Tbilisi

The capital city of Georgia is a vibrant mix of old and new, featuring a charming Old Town, narrow streets, and ancient churches alongside modern architecture and a bustling atmosphere.

#2 – Mtskheta

This ancient town is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world and is renowned for its UNESCO-listed Svetitskhoveli Cathedral and Jvari Monastery.

#3 – Uplistsikhe

A fascinating cave city dating back to the 1st millennium BC, Uplistsikhe offers a glimpse into Georgia’s ancient history, with rock-cut structures and stunning views of the surrounding landscape.

#4 – Kutaisi

The second-largest city in Georgia is home to several notable attractions, including the Bagrati Cathedral and the Gelati Monastery, both UNESCO World Heritage sites.

#5 – Svaneti

Nestled in the breathtaking Caucasus Mountains, Svaneti is a remote region known for its medieval stone towers, picturesque landscapes, and traditional Svan culture.

#6 – Batumi

Located on the Black Sea coast, Batumi is a lively seaside resort city with modern architecture, a vibrant nightlife, a beautiful waterfront promenade, and the stunning Batumi Botanical Garden.

#7 – Kazbegi 

(Stepantsminda) A mountainous region known for its stunning vistas, Kazbegi is home to the Gergeti Trinity Church, perched on a hill overlooking the majestic Mount Kazbek.

#8 – Vardzia

Another impressive cave complex, Vardzia is a rock-hewn monastery dating back to the 12th century. It features numerous chambers, chapels, and tunnels, and offers panoramic views of the surrounding valleys.

#9 – Davit Gareja

A unique monastery complex located in the desert-like landscape of southeastern Georgia, Davit Gareja features rock-cut monasteries, frescoes, and offers opportunities for hiking and exploration.

#10 – Borjomi

Famous for its mineral water, Borjomi is a spa town nestled in a picturesque valley. Visitors can enjoy the natural beauty of Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park and relax in the town’s healing mineral baths.

#11 – Signagi

Known as the “City of Love,” Signagi is a small town in the Kakheti region. It features well-preserved defensive walls, charming cobblestone streets, and panoramic views of the Alazani Valley.

#12 – Vashlovani National Park

Located in southeastern Georgia, Vashlovani National Park offers a unique blend of desert-like landscapes, lush river valleys, and wildlife. Visitors can explore its canyons, see rare bird species, and enjoy outdoor activities.

#13 – Ananuri Fortress

Situated along the picturesque Georgian Military Highway, Ananuri Fortress is a medieval complex consisting of churches, towers, and a reservoir. It offers stunning views of the Jinvali Reservoir and the surrounding mountains.

#14 – Gori

The birthplace of Joseph Stalin, Gori is home to the Stalin Museum, which provides insights into the life of the Soviet leader. Additionally, the above mentioned Uplistsikhe cave complex is located nearby.

#15 – Gomismta

Gomismta is a Daba and mountain resort in the Ozurgeti Municipality of Guria in western Georgia. Gomismta is located on the northern slope of Meskheti Range, in the gorge of Bzhuzhi river.

These are just a few of the many incredible places to visit in Georgia, each offering its unique charm, history, and natural beauty. BabiTrip will take you everywhere it is worth to go in Georgia.