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Martvili

It’s a four and a half-hour train ride from Tbilisi to Samtredia in the Samegrelo province in western Georgia.  The journey takes you through some beautiful landscapes of green forests following a winding river – balm for the eyes after the city heat, so make sure you get a window seat.  Samegrelo province is distinctive for several reasons - most predominantly the food and wine.  Megrelian food is deliciously exotic and spicy; a result of once being an important coastal region on the Silk route, where trade flowed from Asia to the West.  People from the region speak their own language - Megrelian (although they write in Georgian), and this land was once a part of the ancient Kingdom of Colchis, the Land of the Golden Fleece in which the mythical adventures of Jason and the Argonauts are recorded.

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Colchic Rainforests and Wetlands of Georgia were added to the UNESCO's World Heritage List

The site comprises seven component parts within an 80km long corridor along the warm-temperate and extremely humid eastern coast of the Black Sea. They provide a series of the most typical Colchic ecosystems at altitudes ranging from sea level to more than 2,500 meters above it.

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TBILISI

Tbilisi simmers in the summer sun.  It’s a vibrant city I’ve come to love in the short time I’ve already been here, a city I knew I would return to time and again after my first visit ten years ago. 

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Vardzia

The remarkable cave city of Vardzia is both a cultural symbol and a spectacular natural phenomenon with a special place in Georgian hearts. King Giorgi III built a fortification here in the 12th century, and his daughter, Queen Tamar, established a cave monastery that grew into a holy city housing perhaps 2000 monks, renowned as a spiritual bastion of Christendom’s eastern frontier.

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8 must-try Georgian dishes to eat in Tbilisi

Given its proximity to Russia, it might be tempting to dismiss Georgian food as heavy, stodgy and bland. But nothing could be further from the truth. As any traveller to Georgia will tell you, the country’s unique cuisine, wine culture and the ritual of the supra (Georgian feast) are all highlights.

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Travel After Coronavirus: The Lesser-Known European Cities To Visit First

Travel and life as we know it has come to a halt, with borders and businesses shut in a bid to control the spread of Covid-19. Instead of looking down though, we’re looking forward to seeing more of the world after this has run its course.










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