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
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.
Find out all the best things to do in Tbilisi for first-time visitors! We have compiled the top tourist attractions in Tbilisi you must not miss when you visit. Plan your trip now and read this post for more information!
An underrated country sandwiched between Europe and Asia, there are a lot of places to visit in Georgia one must not miss when they plan to explore this gem of a country.