Tbilisi: Architecture (05:24)
Located in the Caucasus Mountains, Georgia attracts 7.5 million tourists per year. Its capital city dates to the fifth century. Nestan Mamatsashvili advocates visiting the sulfur baths, the dry bridge flea market, the Fabrika building, and the Black Dog Shop.
Tbilisi: Food Scene (04:08)
Georgian food is a fusion of Indian, Turkish, and Chinese cuisine. Meriko Gubeladze purchases goods at the central market and discusses how things have changed since the Soviet Union Era. Shavi Lomi is the first restaurant to serve traditional food with a modern touch.
Alaverdi Monastery (04:00)
The monks in Kakheti have produced wine in qvevri for over 1,000 years. Daria Kholodilina provides guided tours of the region. The wine's amber color comes from the skins of the grapes.
Chubini Wine Cellar (03:10)
Approximately 90% of the wines produced derive from the Kakheti region. Tornike Chubinidze establishes the winery after leaving Tbilisi, producing 10,000 bottles a year. Tourists can tour the vineyard, taste wine directly from the qvevri, and feast on traditional Georgian cuisine.
Mount Kazbek (06:13)
Stepantsminda is located at the base of the Caucasus Mountains. Thrill-seekers can explore the countryside by paragliding or mountain biking. Georgia is a wonderful tourist destination; the people are friendly.
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