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The best places to have breakfast in Tbilisi

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Tbilisi doesn’t tend to wake up very early, so there is no significant breakfast culture here – if you’re Georgian you’re likely in a hurry to get where you’re supposed to be in the morning and probably a little late already, so a quick coffee with something sweet, or a piece of khachapuri (cheese pastry)…

The complete guide to: Tbilisi travel

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Anyone thinking of making their way to the Georgian capital of Tbilisi has made a good decision. At once historic and modern, the ever-changing city in the south Caucuses should not be missed and will likely have no trouble drawing you in with its many charms. Tbilisi is not a city to simply pass through,…

New Year’s traditions in Tbilisi

A traditional chichilaki, or New Year tree

In Georgia, Europe and Asia have merged into a culture that is strangely not European nor Asian, but distinctly its own: Georgian. The mix of influences from the two continents has resulted in unique local traditions, cuisine, customs, and more that are unlike what you’ll find anywhere else — including how the locals ring in…

24 hours in: Tbilisi

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Tbilisi is an ancient town, with so much history embedded in its beautiful architecture. Located on one of the main routes of the Great Silk Road, Tbilisi has been the spot where cultures from the east and the west have been merging for centuries, which in turn has created a unique atmosphere that you will…

Under-the-radar wine heavens for quenching your thirst

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Everyone knows the Napas and the Barossas of the world — places whose names are synonymous with one thing and one thing only: really, really good wine. The malbecs of Argentina, the ports of Portugal, the shirazes of Australia — it’s easy to think you’ve tasted the world when you’ve tried the biggies. But the…

Things to do in: Tbilisi

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Tbilisi has been the capital of Georgia since the 5th century AD, which means there’s a lot of history there for you to explore. As the city was located at the crossroad of Europe and Asia, it was through here that the biggest trade routes passed, including the Great Silk Road. Constant cultural exchange made…