In the center of Tbilisi tourists are welcomed by the Tbilisi Botanical Garden located in the Narikala fortress. It occupies an area of 161 hectares and is the National Botanical Garden of Georgia. The Garden obtains a collection of almost 4.500 taxonomic groups.
Georgia has many places of interest that will pleasantly amaze and surprise its tourists. Except for its wine and other sightseeing, it is one of those countries that can be proud of its religious people and shrines of saints.
The Katskhi Pillar in Georgia is an impressive limestone monolith. It is located in the village of Katskhi, in the region of Imereti. The Katskhi Pillar is 40 meters tall and is about 10 kilometers from the mining town of Chiatura.
The Mtatsminda Pantheon of Writers and Public Figures is a necropolis located in Tbilisi. Here the prominent artists, writers, scholars and national heroes of Georgian history are buried. The Pantheon is situated in the churchyard around St.
The Stone Towers of Svaneti is situated on the slopes of the Caucasus mountain range and surrounded by deep gorges and snow-capped peaks of the Caucasus. It is home to the highest and most isolated villages in the Caucasus.
Located near the town of Kvareli, the Winery Khareba is a Wine Tunnel in the region of Kakheti. The winery is not only an extraordinary manmade tunnel built on the rocks, but also it occupies a large territory suggesting attention-grabbing attractions linked to the Georgian heritage.