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How to Plan a 10 Day Georgia Itinerary

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Planning a 10 day Georgia itinerary can feel a bit like trying to fit a mountain into a backpack. You know there’s so much beauty, culture, and adventure waiting for you, but figuring out how to squeeze the best bits into such a short time is where the real challenge lies.

I get it. The thought of landing in Georgia, with its rich history and culture, only to spend your days confused or lost isn’t exactly appealing.

Don’t worry, you’re in the right place! I’ve been traveling solo for 15 years, and I’ve gotten pretty good at planning epic itineraries to squeeze the most out of every trip.

Georgia’s been on my radar for a while, and with a little help from the Georgia Tourism Board and Traverse, I created this travel itinerary for Georgia that’s as packed with action as it is with those chill, soak-it-all-in moments.

This isn’t just another Georgia travel guide. It’s the result of my obsession with making the most out of every trip, tailored to help you experience Georgia in the best way possible.

So, if you’re looking to dive into Georgia headfirst, wanting to catch all the highlights and hidden spots without the headache of planning, you’re in the right place. Here’s where to go, what to see, and how to move around efficiently.

My time in Georgia was partly sponsored by the Georgia National Tourism Administration as an attendee of the Traverse conference in Tbilisi. As always, all opinions are my own.

10 Day Georgia Itinerary

Day 1 & 2: Tbilisi

A view of the city of Tbilisi from the top of a hill.

Tbilisi has been on my radar for some time now as a digital nomad destination, and it did not disappoint.

From the moment I stepped into its vibrant streets, I fell in love. This short taste of Tbilisi definitely made me want to come back and live for a while.

As the capital city and major entry point for international travelers, it makes sense to start your 10 day Georgia itinerary in Tbilisi. Check out my video below for an introduction to this magical city.

Explore the Old Town

A woman sitting on a brick wall.

Walking through the cobblestone streets of Tbilisi’s Old Town feels like stepping back in time. The colorful houses, ancient churches, and bustling squares are the perfect introduction to the city.

One of the best ways to start your Georgia country itinerary is with a walking tour in Tbilisi, where you’ll get acquainted with the rich history and discover hidden gems.

🚶‍♀️This highly-rated private walking tour takes you to explore the scenic streets of old Tbilisi, sample wine, and ride the cable car!

Narikala Fortress & Mother of Georgia

A statue of a woman standing on top of a city.

Take the cable car up to these iconic landmarks. The views of Tbilisi from Narikala are unmatched. This is also a great place to fly your drone if you’re traveling with one – the Mother of Georgia looks a lot better from that perspective.

If you’re up for a bit of thrill, ziplining over the botanical gardens is a unique things to do in Tbilisi. It’s just one zipline, but for a few dollars, it’s a lot of fun. I’ve never been on a zipline where they let you take your bags!

Sulfur Baths

A woman is sitting in a pool inside a building.

After a day of exploring, there’s no better way to unwind than at one of Tbilisi’s famous sulfur baths.

Nestled in the heart of the Old Town, these baths are not just a place to relax but a dive into Georgian tradition.

We visited this historic bathhouse with a stunning blue mosaic on the exterior. While this area is full of bathhouses, these ones are particularly aesthetic and very clean on the inside.

Deciding to dive deeper into the local customs, I opted for a traditional scrub. It was an intense experience (rougher than the baths I had while living in Istanbul), but afterward, I felt incredibly clean.

Craft Breweries and Wine Bars

A group of wine glasses lined up on a table.

Georgia’s wine culture is legendary, and Tbilisi’s craft beer scene is on the rise. Spend your evening hopping between cozy wine bars and trendy breweries. It’s a fantastic way to taste the local flavors and mingle with locals and travelers.

As I was visiting Tbilisi during Traverse (one of my favorite travel blogging conferences), we had a lot of fun nights out bar-hopping until the early hours of the morning. On a Sunday night, we went to a packed club at 2 am, which shows how alive Tbilisi’s nightlife is, even during winter.

If you’re looking for a fun night out – check out this Tbilisi bar crawl. Taste Georgian wine and traditional snacks at a wine bar, visit three bars, and finish the night out with dancing at a nightclub.

Georgian Cuisine

A table with food and glasses.

No Georgia travel itinerary would be complete without indulging in the local cuisine. We had an unforgettable dinner at Ethnographer Restaurant for the conference closing party.

This extravagant restaurant is a full-on experience, with traditional Georgian dances while you dine on a multi-course Georgian feast.

Another gem is Barbarestan, where the menu is inspired by a centuries-old cookbook found by the owner. The dishes here are a testament to Georgia’s culinary heritage, each paired with exquisite local wine.

These restaurants are beyond just a meal; it’s an introduction to Georgian hospitality at its finest.

These first two days in Tbilisi are just the beginning of your Georgia road trip itinerary.

🏩 Need a hotel in Tbilisi? I stayed at this boutique hotel owned by a lovely local family. Each room is decorated with unique Georgian art pieces, and some boast a jacuzzi tub!

An aerial view of the city of yerevan from the top of a cliff.

Day 3: Day Trip to Mtskheta

On the third day of your itinerary in Georgia, head out for your first Tbilisi trip to dive into the historical Mtskheta region.

Mtskheta, the old capital of Georgia, showcases the country’s rich history and cultural heritage, recognized by UNESCO for its historical significance.

Jvari Monastery

An aerial view of a church on top of a mountain.

Start your day with a visit to the Jvari Monastery, strategically perched on a hill overlooking the confluence of the Aragvi and Mtkvari rivers.

The view from here is unparalleled, providing a stunning panorama of the rivers’ intertwining paths and the ancient city of Mtskheta below.

The monastery, dating back to the 6th century, is a cornerstone of Georgian Christianity and offers a serene atmosphere for reflection on the country’s religious history.


A dog on a cobblestone street.

After visiting Jvari, make your way down to Mtskheta. This ancient city is a living museum, home to pivotal historical landmarks.

The Svetitskhoveli Cathedral, notable as the burial site of Christ’s mantle, is an architectural marvel that dominates the town’s skyline.

Walking through Mtskheta’s old streets, you’ll feel the layers of history that this town embodies.

Choose a lunch spot that boasts views of the rivers. The region’s traditional Georgian cuisine, with dishes like khinkali (dumplings), tastes even better when accompanied by such picturesque scenery. We ate at Kera, which was a wonderful dining experience in Georgia.

A plate of cheese, fruit and nuts on a table.

🚗 Visit these landmarks during this half-day excursion to Jvari Monastery and Svetitskhoveli Cathedral.

Day 4: Kakheti & Signali

A table full of food and wine on a wooden table.

Day four of my Georgia itinerary was an amazing day into the heart of Georgian wine culture with a fully-indulgent, all-inclusive food and wine tour with Eat This! If you’re looking to do a wine tour in Georgia, I cannot say enough good things about this company.

Our first stop was at Giuaani, a high-class vineyard and restaurant with a beautiful exterior.

The fusion of traditional qvevri winemaking methods with European styles using Georgian grapes offered a fascinating insight into the versatility and depth of Georgian wine.

A man kneeling down in front of a wine cellar.

After getting a tour of the wine cellar to see how it’s made, we returned to the restaurant for a 6-course wine pairing lunch, meticulously prepared by the in-house chef.

Presenting elevated, modern Georgian cuisine, each dish was better than the last, perfectly complemented by the vineyard’s exquisite wines.


A woman is sitting on a railing overlooking a city.

The next stop on the tour took us through the cobbled streets of the picturesque mountain village of Sighnaghi. After stopping to take in the views from above on the road, we headed into the Old Town to walk inside the city walls.

Walking along the Sinhnagi fortress offered awe-inspiring views of the Alazani valley and the snow-capped Caucasus mountains beyond.

An aerial view of a women walking on a stone wall.

Our second wine tasting was an intimate experience at Kerovani Winery, an artisan winemaker in Sighnaghi who produces less than 10,000 bottles a year.

We got to learn about their wine production and taste his exceptional small-batch natural qvevri inside their family home. This experience was a deep dive into Georgia’s 8,000-year winemaking history, one of the oldest in the world.

The day culminated in a dinner and a supra at a local family home.

A group of people around a table with food.

This Georgian family feast, complete with unique homemade artisan wines and some of the best food I had on the trip, introduced us to the culture of the tamada (toastmaster).

More than just a meal, the supra was a celebration of Georgian life, its traditions, and the communal joy of sharing food and wine.

We had such a fun time, and at the end of the night, the grandfather played some incredible tunes on the piano.

Two men playing a piano in a room.

If you book this tour, the family you visit may be different depending on availability, but what’s guaranteed is warm Georgian hospitality.

The Signagi winter wine tour is available from December through March, but Eat This offers incredible tours all year round. You can check them out here and get 5% off any tour using code LORA5.

Get 5% off any tour with Eat This! using code LORA5

Day 5: Kazbegi

A woman standing on a railing overlooking snow covered mountains.

Day five of this Georgia itinerary takes you to Kazbegi, a destination that encapsulates the raw beauty of the Georgian landscape.

While the drive to Kazbegi is long, about four hours in total from Tbilisi, the experience is unparalleled, offering a glimpse into the rugged heart of the Caucasus mountains.

Embarking early, we knew that doing Kazbegi as a day trip was a stretch, but the allure of the mountains was too strong to resist.

If you have more time, consider an overnight stay or even a few nights in the area, perhaps combining it with skiing in Gudauri.

A woman walking in front of a wall with a mural on it.

The journey itself became part of the adventure, with stops to take in breathtaking views of a serene lake and the iconic Georgia-Russia Friendship Monument, which offers panoramic vistas of the mountain ranges.

Our lunch stop at Rooms Hotel Kazbegi was an experience in itself, indulging in delicious Georgian cuisine with the backdrop of the towering Caucasus. I’d love to come back and stay at this hotel overnight!

A woman reading a book on a balcony overlooking the mountains.
View from Rooms Hotel Kazbegi

The culmination of our journey was the arrival in Kazbegi, home to the Gergeti Trinity Church. This beautiful monastery, set against the dramatic backdrop of the mountains, looks like something out of a fairytale.

A church on top of a snow covered mountain.

The sight of it, perched high above the surrounding landscape, with the majestic peaks of the Caucasus behind it, was a moment of awe. The effort of the journey faded away, replaced by the tranquility and beauty of this sacred place.

Kazbegi, with its natural beauty and the spiritual presence of the Gergeti Trinity Church, was a highlight of my Georgia travel itinerary.

However, given the travel time, I’d advise staying in the area longer than a day to fully embrace and explore the stunning landscapes and outdoor activities available.

⭐️This private Kazbegi and Gaudauri day tour takes you to the same highlights in a comfortable SUV with an English-speaking guide.

Day 6: Journey to Mestia

A woman standing on a snowy road with mountains in the background.

Day six of my Georgia itinerary brought us to one of the most adventurous parts of the trip: the journey to Mestia, in the heart of the Svaneti region.

This leg of the trip, especially during winter, was an intense experience that showcased the rugged beauty and challenges of traveling in Georgia.

We left from Tbilisi, facing what is typically a 10-hour drive. However, winter travel in Georgia can be quite unpredictable, and our journey was heightened by a winter storm that presented us with the formidable power of nature, including close calls with avalanches.

I would recommend anyone considering this drive in winter to thoroughly check the weather forecast ahead of time.

For those looking to avoid the lengthy drive, there’s an alternative: flights from Tbilisi to Mestia via Vanilla Sky Airlines. Opting for a flight can significantly reduce travel time, allowing you to spend more time exploring the stunning Svaneti region without the exhaustion of a long road trip.

Despite the challenges of getting there, the region is undoubtedly worth the visit.

Mestia is a gateway to the majestic Caucasus Mountains, offering a glimpse into ancient cultures, breathtaking natural beauty, and a sense of tranquility that’s hard to find elsewhere.

A woman in a purple coat in the snow.

🏩 Hotel Posta is the perfect base to explore Mestia, centrally located in town and walkable to many points of interest. Plus, there’s a spa inside to relax after a day of exploring!

Day 7: Exploring Mestia

Spend your first day in Mestia, immersing in the rich culture and breathtaking landscapes of the Svaneti region.

Mestia, with its towering peaks and ancient traditions, offers a unique glimpse into a way of life that has been preserved for centuries.

Svaneti Museum of History and Ethnography

A woman sitting on a couch in front of a window with snow covered mountains.

Start your day with a visit to the Svaneti Museum of History and Ethnography, a must-do to truly appreciate the depth of history and culture in this region.

The museum houses an impressive collection that narrates the story of the Svan people, their ancient traditions, and the rugged landscape they call home. It was a fascinating introduction to the day, providing context and depth to our exploration of Mestia.

Cooking Class

A woman wearing a yellow jacket.

One of the highlights of my time in Mestia was taking a cooking class masterclass held in a local’s home in a nearby village.

Here, we had the opportunity to help prepare several traditional Georgian dishes, including the best meat pie I had on my Georgia trip.

Of course, the lunch evolved into a mini supra, where stories were shared, and laughter filled the room, accompanied by the incredible food we had helped prepare.

If you’re interested in this experience, you can contact the family here to book the cooking masterclass.

Walk Around Mestia

A snowy town with buildings and mountains.

Wandering the streets of Mestia later, we stumbled upon a street party, a vibrant display of Georgia’s fun-loving culture. Even in the dead of winter, the locals were celebrating someone’s birthday, complete with an ice bar set up right on the street.

The party had been going on for two days, and in true Georgian fashion, we were immediately offered wine and invited to join the festivities.

This spontaneous celebration was a perfect example of the joyous spirit that pervades Georgia, a place where strangers are quickly welcomed as friends.

Day 8: Ushguli

An aerial view of a village covered in snow.

One of the best day trips from Mestia is to Ushguli, Europe’s highest and oldest continually inhabited settlement.

The road to Ushguli is as dramatic as the destination itself. Winding through the mountains, each turn presented a new view more stunning than the last.

The Tower of Love, a famous landmark along the way, offered a perfect spot for reflection and photos. There’s a story behind the tower, steeped in local legend and romance.

A woman in a black shirt and hat holding purple scarfs in the snow.

Arriving in Ushguli, the beauty of the village was overwhelming. Its collection of medieval towers, set against the majestic backdrop of the mountains.

We spent the day wandering through the village, exploring the ancient church, and soaking in the atmosphere of this remarkable place. The church, perched on a hill, provides panoramic views of the village and the surrounding mountains.

A stone building in the snow.

Although I will warn you, it looks closer than it is! I spent an hour walking here from town, mainly due to the amount of snow.

Lunch was an opportunity to sample some local Svan cuisine, which was hearty, flavorful, and made with love.

✔️ Reaching this remote area on your own can be a challenge. Skip the hassle of arranging transportation with this private tour from Mestia. 

For those visiting in the summer, a multi-day hike from Mestia to Ushguli comes highly recommended.

This trek, taking in some of the most stunning landscapes in the Caucasus, is a fantastic way to experience the beauty of the region up close. While we didn’t have the opportunity to do this hike, it’s on my list for a return visit.

Day 9: Ski Resort and Spa

If you’re visiting Mestia during winter, visiting the nearby ski village is a must on your itinerary.

From Mestia, a convenient chairlift can whisk you up to the ski slopes, making access to the winter sports facilities seamless.

However, we opted to drive, allowing us the flexibility to split our day between hitting the slopes and unwinding in a unique way.

Ski Resort Tetnuldi

A group of people skiing down a snowy slope.

The Ski Resort Tetnuldi near Mestia is a winter wonderland, offering pristine slopes for both beginners and experienced skiers alike. You can rent ski gear there.

Even if you don’t ski, it’s worth taking the cable car up to the top of the mountains for the views.

A woman sitting on a gondola in the snow.

At the top, there’s a fantastic restaurant called Zuruldi, where you can enjoy Georgian cuisine and watch the skiers and snowboarders go down the slopes from the comfort of the balcony.

Papa’s Gel

An aerial view of a cabin in the snow.

After a a morning of skiing, we retreated to Papa’s Gel which is a cabin nestled in the woods. The cabin, complete with an outdoor hot tub and sauna, is the epitome of winter relaxation.

Soaking in the hot tub, surrounded by snow-covered trees, was an incredible way to relax and rejuvenate. The contrast of the hot water with the cold air was invigorating, and yes, we were so warmed up by the hot tub that we dared to jump into the snow afterward!

It was a morning of pure joy and fun, a must-do for anyone visiting the area in winter.

A woman sitting in a hot tub in the snow.

For those planning a visit, this mix of skiing and relaxation offers a perfect day out in the Georgian mountains. The ski village near Mestia provides all you need for a day on the slopes, while the cabin experience offers a unique way to unwind and enjoy the winter landscape.

If you’re visiting outside of winter, replace these activities with a day hike from Mestia.

Day 10: Return to Tbilisi

An aerial view of the city of tbilisi, georgia.

For those short on time or looking for convenience, flying back to Tbilisi is a swift way to transition back into the city’s vibrant life. Alternatively, the bus journey offers one last opportunity to soak in Georgia’s stunning landscapes.

Whichever option you choose, it’s worth considering how you want to conclude your journey and what fits best with your schedule and preferences.

If you find yourself with some time before your flight or departure, I recommend taking one last stroll around Tbilisi. The city is full of viewpoints that offer breathtaking panoramas, perfect for a moment of reflection on your trip.

Alternatively, enjoying a meal at one of Tbilisi’s many restaurants is a great way to say farewell.

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Why Spend 10 Days in Georgia?

Georgia, a country where the past and present merge beautifully, offers so many experiences that make a 10-day visit not just worthwhile but essential.

The diversity of experiences is vast. In Tbilisi, you can dive into the heart of Georgian culture, with its rich history, bustling markets, and vibrant nightlife. Moving beyond the capital, the serene beauty of the Caucasus Mountains offers a tranquil retreat and countless adventure travel opportunities, from hiking to skiing in Gudauri.

Georgia’s unique aspects extend to its culture, cuisine, and nature. The country’s rich history is reflected in its numerous historical sites and monasteries, while the natural beauty ranges from the Batumi beaches to the Kutaisi canyons.

Each region, from the wine country of Kakheti to the ancient towers of Svaneti, tells a part of Georgia’s story, making a 10-day itinerary the perfect introduction to this captivating country.

A woman standing in front of a snow covered cabin.

Alternative Itineraries for Georgia

Georgia, a country of rich history, diverse landscapes, and warm hospitality, offers a range of experiences to fit any travel schedule.

3 Days Itinerary in Georgia: With 3 days in Georgia, focus on Tbilisi and its surroundings. Spend your first day exploring the historic and cultural sites of the capital. On day two, take a day trip to Mtskheta to visit its ancient churches. Wrap up your journey with a visit to the Kakheti region on the third day to taste Georgia’s famed wines and picturesque vineyards.

Georgia Itinerary 5 Days: Perfect for a short break. Focus on Tbilisi’s rich history and vibrant culture, take a day trip to Mtskheta, and choose between a visit to the wine country in Kakheti or the stunning landscapes of Kazbegi.

Georgia Itinerary 7 Days Winter: Experience Georgia’s winter wonderland. Spend a couple of days in Tbilisi, then head to Gudauri or Bakuriani for skiing. Visit the winter-friendly sights in Kutaisi and the Prometheus Cave, and enjoy the thermal baths in Borjomi.

Georgia 8-Day Itinerary: Focus on the highlights. Begin in Tbilisi, then head to Kazbegi for mountain adventures. Explore the historic sites in Kutaisi and the surrounding area, before relaxing in Batumi. Wrap up with a visit to the UNESCO sites in Mtskheta.

Georgia 9 Days Itinerary: Dive deep into Georgia’s culture and nature. Start in Tbilisi, explore the wine region of Kakheti, venture into the mountains of Kazbegi, and unwind in the seaside town of Batumi. Dedicate a day to the ancient city of Mtskheta and the cave city of Uplistsikhe.

Georgia Itinerary 14 Days: With two weeks, cover Georgia extensively. Include all the destinations in the 9-day itinerary, adding more time in each for leisurely exploration. Venture further to the remote regions like Tusheti or Khevsureti for a deeper dive into Georgia’s rugged beauty.

Georgia Backpacking Itinerary: Embrace the adventure with a flexible route. Start in Tbilisi, hitchhike or take marshrutkas to Svaneti for hiking, proceed to the laid-back town of Kutaisi, and explore the vineyards of Kakheti. Stay in hostels and guesthouses to meet fellow travelers.

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Top 10 Places to Visit in Georgia Country

  1. Tbilisi: The vibrant capital, with its blend of modern and ancient architecture, bustling cafes, and thermal baths.
  2. Mtskheta: One of the oldest cities of Georgia, known for its historic churches and as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
  3. Kakheti: Georgia’s wine region, offering vineyard tours, wine tastings, and a deep dive into the country’s winemaking history.
  4. Kazbegi: Home to the stunning Gergeti Trinity Church against the backdrop of the majestic Caucasus Mountains.
  5. Svaneti: A remote region known for its medieval towers, breathtaking landscapes, and rich cultural heritage.
  6. Ushguli: Europe’s highest village, offering incredible views, ancient towers, and a step back in time.
  7. Batumi: A lively seaside city on the Black Sea coast, known for its botanical gardens, modern architecture, and beaches.
  8. Gudauri: A popular ski resort offering a range of winter sports and activities with stunning mountain views.
  9. Kutaisi: Famous for its historical sites, including the Gelati Monastery and Prometheus Cave.
  10. Signagi: Known as the ‘City of Love,’ with its charming cobblestone streets, city walls, and views of the Alazani Valley.
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Best Time to Visit Georgia

The best time to visit Georgia largely depends on what you want to do. For wine tasting in Kakheti and enjoying the vibrant Tbilisi nightlife, the shoulder months of May-June and September-October offer pleasant weather without the peak summer crowds.

For those interested in outdoor activities, the seasons dictate the possibilities. Skiing in Gudauri is best from December to March when the mountains are blanketed in snow. Conversely, hiking in the Caucasus Mountains and exploring the serene beauty of nature is ideal from late spring to early fall, when the weather is warm and the landscapes are at their most vibrant.

Weather conditions in Georgia can vary significantly from region to region. The coastal area around Batumi enjoys a humid subtropical climate with warm summers and mild winters, while the mountainous regions can be quite cold in winter, perfect for skiing but requiring appropriate preparation for those looking to hike or explore the outdoors.

Getting Around Georgia

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Exploring Georgia involves navigating a landscape as diverse as its cultural heritage. Here’s a guide on how to get around Georgia, with options for all budgets.

Public Transportation:

  • Buses and Marshrutkas: Intercity travel is well-served by buses and marshrutkas (minibusses), connecting major cities and towns. While marshrutkas offer a real taste of local life (chacha will definitely be involved), they can be quite packed and don’t follow a strict schedule.
  • Trains: The train network in Georgia provides a scenic route between key destinations like Tbilisi, Batumi, and Kutaisi. It’s a leisurely way to travel, perfect for those who want to soak in the Georgian landscape without the rush.

Private Transportation:

  • Car Rental: Renting a car is the way to go for the ultimate freedom to explore Georgia’s nooks and crannies, from its mountainous terrains to serene vineyards. Be mindful of the driving conditions, especially in less accessible areas or during winter.

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  • Bolt App: Instead of hailing traditional taxis, using the Bolt app is a cheaper and more convenient option in urban areas. It offers transparent pricing and the ease of booking a ride directly from your smartphone.
  • Private Driver: Hiring a private driver for day trips or longer excursions can be surprisingly affordable, especially when costs are shared within a group. This option not only provides comfort and flexibility but also the local insight of your driver.


  • Domestic Flights: To save on travel time, consider domestic flights for longer distances, such as between Tbilisi and Batumi. Vanilla Sky Airlines also connects Tbilisi with more remote destinations like Mestia, turning a long road journey into a short flight.


  • Joining a Tour: For those who prefer not to worry about travel logistics, joining a tour can be an excellent choice. Tours not only take the hassle out of planning but also provide valuable insights into the places you visit, often uncovering hidden gems you might not discover on your own.

Here is a complete list of guided tours that will take you everywhere on this 10 day Georgia itinerary from Tbilisi without having to worry about logistics:

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FAQ: 10 Days in Georgia Country

Is 10 days enough in Georgia?

Ten days in Georgia allows for a comprehensive exploration of its major sights, including Tbilisi, nearby towns, and the stunning landscapes of Svaneti, but there’s always more to discover if you have extra time. You could spend weeks exploring Georgia!

How many days do you need for Georgia?

To truly experience the diversity of Georgia, from its cities to its mountainous regions, a minimum of 10 days is recommended, though even longer would allow for a deeper exploration.

Which month is best to visit Georgia?

May through June and September through October are ideal for visiting Georgia, offering pleasant weather and the chance to avoid the peak tourist season of July and August.

What is better Kutaisi or Tbilisi?

Tbilisi offers a vibrant city life with rich history and culture, while Kutaisi presents a more laid-back atmosphere with stunning natural surroundings; the choice depends on your travel preferences.

Is Georgia a cheap place to visit?

Georgia is considered a budget-friendly destination, with affordable accommodation, food, and transportation options, making it accessible for a wide range of travelers.

What is the best way to travel in Georgia?

The best way to travel in Georgia depends on your itinerary; using a mix of public transport and private options like the Bolt app or car rental offers flexibility and convenience.

Is Georgia a tourist friendly country?

Yes, Georgia is known for its warm hospitality and is very welcoming to tourists, with a growing infrastructure to support visitors.

What language is spoken in Georgia?

Georgian is the official language of Georgia, with Russian also widely spoken, especially by older generations, and increasing use of English among younger people and in tourist areas.

What is the best currency to take to Georgia?

The Georgian Lari (GEL) is the currency used in Georgia, and it’s best to have local currency for everyday transactions, though major cards are accepted in cities and tourist areas.

How many days in Batumi?

Spending 2-3 days in Batumi is ideal to enjoy its beautiful beaches, vibrant nightlife, and botanical gardens, giving you a taste of Georgia’s Black Sea coast.

How many days in Tbilisi?

3-4 days in Tbilisi are recommended to explore the city’s rich history, diverse architecture, and culinary scene, along with taking a few local day trips.

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Final thoughts: Georgia Itinerary 10 Days

With this 10 day Georgia itinerary, you can immerse yourself in the rich history, diverse culture, and breathtaking landscapes that make Georgia a must-visit destination.

Whether you’re exploring ancient cities, savoring the world-renowned wines of Kakheti, or adventuring through the majestic Caucasus Mountains, Georgia promises a journey filled with discovery. It’s a place where every corner holds a story, and every meal is an invitation to connect.

The Svaneti region, with its ancient towers and rugged landscapes, showcases Georgia’s unique blend of history and natural beauty. This region alone could inspire anyone to book a flight to Georgia, offering a glimpse into a way of life preserved through the ages against a backdrop of some of the most stunning scenery on earth.

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  • Lora Pope

    Lora is a full-time digital nomad on a quest to visit every country in the world and pet as many dogs as she can along the way. Over the last 15 years, she has traveled to 70+ countries and six continents solo. She currently calls Puerto Vallarta, Mexico home and enjoys ending each day with sunset and tacos on the beach.

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