A charming city with 1.5 million inhabitants, Tbilisi lays on both banks of the Mtkvari River.
Beautiful little old town that has survived since the Middle Ages is famous with its’ Narikala
fortress and historical baths, where naturally hot sulphur spring waters are still running today.
Narrow cobble-stoned streets are in perfect harmony with exclusive boutiques and cozy cafes,
creating an atmosphere of the southern city. The life of Tbilisi is full of cultural events and
annual theater festivals with the participation of world’s famous artists are held here. Numerous
concerts and electronic music festivals gather a large number of musicians and fans from around the
world. Museums and art galleries host the exhibitions of both local and worldwide art.
Batumi is the fastest growing and the most fashionable sea resort in Georgia. The history of the
city is quite turbulent, going back to the times of the ancient Greeks. Batumi today is a city of
contrasts, where on one hand you have a trendy tourist city with hotels and restaurants, and on the
other hand a historical town surrounded by picturesque hills covered with citrus groves and
vineyards. Batumi offers countless opportunities for business meetings, entertainment, recreation,
nature walks, relaxation and pleasure. The city and its environs are an ideal place for excursions,
allowing you to get more acquainted with the history of the country and enjoy excellent culinary
experience and local wines.
If you are a lover of mighty mountains, crisp air and pristine nature - Stepantsminda (Kazbegi) - is
your place. The town is located in one of the most awe-inspiring valleys in the heart of the
Caucasus Mountains, at the crossroads between Georgia and North Ossetia (Russian Federation). Skiing
in the winter and horseback riding or trekking in the summer will give you an unforgettable
experience. You can get to Stepantsminda via the Georgian Military Highway, one of the most
fascinating roads in all of Georgia.
Kakheti has always been on the stage of world winemaking. Thanks to the peculiarities of the ancient
technology of wine production in clay vessels referred to as Kvevri, this Eastern part of Georgia
keeps attracting more and more visitors, winemakers and wine lovers. Thanks to this technology, you
get a beverage that is distinctively different from other white wines, saturated with amber color,
with aromas of nuts and pine and distinct tartness in taste. This style was called "amber" and today
it is becoming better known and demanded all over the world.
Kakheti is an ideal place for:
• Event of any scale
• Culinary or dance master classes
• Team buildings
• Dinners and excursions at wineries
• Many more