Quick facts and Georgia travel tips

  • Capital City? Tbilisi
  • Currency? Georgian Lari
  • Languages? Georgian, Akhas
  • Where is this place? Eurasia
  • Best time to visit Georgia and seasons? May, June, and September. Summers are too hot and winters are too cold
  • Transportation around Georgia? Marshrutka (yellow van) if traveling within short distances (city to villages and vice versa). Bus, train, rent a car, and flying are the best ways to get around the country if you want to visit more than one place.
  • International Airport(s)? Shota Rustaveli Tbilisi International Airport (TBS), Kutaisi International Airport (KUT)
  • Which side of the road do they drive? The right side of the road
  • What is the electricity plug type? Type C and F. 220V. Check this post out about our plug adapter reviews
  • Neighboring countries? Russia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, and Turkey

Do you need a visa for Georgia?

Georgia is quite generous when it comes to is visa policy and most visa-free countries such as most of the EU countries, the USA, Australia, New Zealand, most of North and South American countries can enter the country without obtaining a visa beforehand. Otherwise, if your country of origin does not belong in one of the visa-free countries mentioned in this post, you must get a visa before entering Georgia which you can do online.

Where to book your flights to Georgia?

Check our handy-dandy guide on how to find the cheapest flights around the world – read it here.

Do you need travel insurance for Georgia?

Remember this: anything can happen! Read our take on why you need travel insurance and how it can save you money when things go unplanned – read it here.

Quick facts and Georgia travel tips