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Georgia and Armenia Uncovered

Explore dramatic landscapes and the colourful history of the snow-capped Caucasus as you journey across the Eurasian crossroads of Georgia and Armenia and discover Europe's best kept secret.

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Visiting

  1. Armenia

    Yerevan

  2. Georgia

    Akhasheni Dilijan Dzoraget Goris Mtskheta Sagarejo Shinuhayr Tbilisi Yeghegnadzor

"Having gone from backpacker secret to mainstream darling in less than a decade, culturally rich and naturally beautiful Georgia is now the most visited country in the South Caucasus. Nestled just south of Russia with the Black Sea hugging it from the left, this is a place you really should see with your own eyes"

John, Travel Director
Georgia at a glance
Georgia is a land of unparalleled beauty, from the mighty Caucasus mountains, to lush vineyards of the world's oldest wine makers. Join your expert Trafalgar Travel Director and discover the country's turbulent history that has given way to a remarkably varied culture of art, food and architecture.
Currency
Georgian lari
Winter avg temp
8°C
Summer avg temp
32°C
Time Zone
GMT+4
Capital City
Tbilisi
Language
Georgian
Good morning
Ila mshvidobisa
Good evening
Aghamo mshvidobisa

What to pack for Georgia

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Georgian lari

The Georgian lari is the official currency of Georgia, so stock up on some lari before you visit Georgia.

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Georgian phrasebook

With its own alphabet, the Georgian language is unique from any other in the world, and it’s also one of the oldest. Pack a phrasebook to help connect with the friendly Georgian people.

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Swimsuit

Pack your swimsuit for a soak in one of Tbilisi’s historic sulphur baths. With a range of relaxing treatments, this is one of the most rejuvenating things to do in Georgia.

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Adaptor plug

In Georgia, standard voltage is 220 V and the power plugs and sockets are of type C and F, with typical European two-pin plugs.

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Camera

From the magnificent Caucasus mountains to the lush green valleys, Georgia is one of the most beautiful countries in the world, and you’ll need a camera to capture it all.