We wrześniu 2016 roku WizzAir uruchomił nowe połączenia między Gruzją a Włochami, Niemcami, Cyprem, Bułgarią i Grecją. Rozumiejąc kompletnie, że nowoprzybyli mogą się odrobinę pogubić, czym właściwie jest Gruzja, zamierzam przedstawić kilka porad dotyczących tego, gdzie pojechać i co zobaczyć, jeśli podróżujesz z WizzAir na lotnisko w Kutaisi. W mitologii greckiej prawdopodobnie znalazłeś nazwę Kolchida, prawda? To było Królestwo Zachodniej Gruzji! Jazon i Argonauci szukali tutaj Złotego Runa. W średniowieczu królestwo to kwitło… W okresie swojego złotego wieku, czyli w XI – XII wieku, Kutaisi było centralnym miastem Zjednoczonego Królestwa Gruzińskiego. Miasto nie jest teraz duże, ale nadal odgrywa ważną
As a person who already knows something about the Georgian tourism, I can tell you for sure that most people usually travel here for our great food, for affordable natural wine accompanied by Borjomi water afterwards, for this weird mixture of old and new, and for the Black Sea. Then, maybe, there are mountains and couple of important churches in the list. To me, it is SO SAD! Without a doubt: milky cheeses, variety of fruits and herbs, flavorous spices and fresh hot khachapuri can make you hungry even as you read about them. Seaside is also good, especially in Gonio
Israel didn’t come down on me as a huge wave of sun, old stories and warm air, as I used to imagine before. It didn’t tempt me to give up everything and immediately move there. Our first encounter in Ben Gurion Internatinal Airport felt like a business meeting: hi, how are you, welcome, here is the exchange, here is taxi, here are the shuttles, 64 shekel, you are welcome. In Jerusalem the feeling gets warmer: in a cozy neighbourhood with not very cozy name “German Colony” I am really welcome by the mother of my friend Naomi. She is feeding me,
Tusheti is sometimes indescribable. So I decided to make a huge gallery and let you enjoy it, be a bit jealous and visit this wild beauty next year!
Maybe it doesn’t fit into the format of travel blog with top-whatever-things-to-eat-to-do-not-to-do, but… …guys, I am in the hammock under the walnut tree, Ushba is looking at me, that twin peak, which in my head is still someone mythological, someone from old legends, from mum’s bedtime stories, even though the mum who shared the stories was not mine, but my friend’s. But she was the one who knew it all better than anyone else, because Svaneti was in her blood. …after months of hard work (actually at two full-time jobs, even though it sounds like I used a Timeturner) I
As you are traveling around Georgia, you notice that each region has its own colour, or at least its own shade. From yellowish green of Gareji through moss green of Tusheti and forest green Imereti to emerald green of Megrelian subtropics – you will never see an identical colour and landscape as you trip. Georgia offers dozens of different paths for beginners and advanced hikers; it is also possible to reach some remote places with horses or cars. I list some beautiful places to awake your wanderlust.
It all started in Germany. During my work for Georgia in March at ITB Berlin I met a person, who said, there was a company in Georgia which organized enduro and safari tours in Georgia. To my shame, I had no idea about this, and of course wanted to learn more. Slava Tavartkiladze, the director of KTM Georgia, so this company is called, explained that they are based in Rustavi and make moto- and safari tours in steppes, mountains and Black Sea coast of Georgia. Recently the tours have started in Kyrgyzstan too. If I wanted to experience it live, I should contact
A couple of years ago I was lucky to discover for me Aragvi Adventure Center in Georgia. A lovely small territory is maintained according to the best “Western” principles: in clean, eco-friendly, sustainably maintained (no wonder: Soso, the founder, has spent more than 10 years in Germany and learned there how one should make a real tourism product). For the first time I went there for rafting, and it was pretty fun. River called Pshavis Aragvi can become your good friend, if you do not panic and control yourself. It can show its character (or you can also navigate your boat
Couple of years ago BBC hast listed the roads of Tusheti among the most dangerous and hence the most fascinating ones. This triggered the interest of both international and domestic travelers to this remote mountainous region, which is now inhabited in basically in summertime only. Just several families stay for winter in Kvemo Omalo, and 1 or 2 people spend 7 months of cold in Dartlo and Shenako. The rest is involved in shepherding or maintains guesthouses from June till late September. Then the snow falls and the road is closed.
Winter is coming! No kidding, it is really approaching. One of the most important things you should know about winter in our country is the fact that it boasts with great mountain resorts, where you can practice skiing and snowboarding, relax, get rid of stress and feel adrenaline rush, enjoy the snow and the sun, breathe fresh air, drink mulled wine – and all this at very reasonable prices. However, even the craziest fan of winter sports wants to take a break. That’s why I want you to know what else you could do next to the Georgian white resorts.