12 places to visit in Georgia in winter

Published by Anil Patil

1. Kazbegi (Stepantsminda)

Situated 150 kilometers away from Tbilisi, the sight of mountains falling is one of Georgia's most beautiful and must-see locations, drawing large numbers of visitors each year.

2. Gudauri

One of the highlights of the south-facing plateau is its ski resort, which is considered the most visited place in Georgia.

3. Borjomi & Bakuriani

Borjomi is famous for its mineral water while Bakoria is a resort which is known for its snow covered mountains in winter. Tourists come here to visit with their children and family.

4. Svaneti

A wonderful experience for tourists who enjoy nature, culture, and traditional dances is this lovely location at an altitude of 2000 meters.

5. Bakhmaro

This location is well-known for being a natural paradise where you may enjoy healing mineral water. You can bring your kids here in the winter to engage in activities like building snowmen.

6. Batumi

The breathtakingly beautiful city, surrounded by beaches and attractions like the 130m-high Alphabetic Tower, is considered to be the second largest and most beautiful city in Georgia.

7. Old Town (Altstadt) Tbilisi

This place is also known as Dzveli Tbilisi, which is famous for its traditional look, museums, museums and natural beauty.

8. Racha

People visit spots like Oni to sate their wanderlust and destinations like Shovi for the breathtaking views of the mountains and lakes.

9. Kakheti

This place is known for Georgian wines which are famous throughout America. Apart from this, Sighnaghi, Telavi, and Omalo are considered to be a great place to visit here.

10. Gori

This place is the birthplace of Joseph Stalin and is famous for Gori Fortress, Gudauri Ski Resort, and Holy Trinity Cathedral of Tbilisi.

11. Lagodekhi National Park

This is considered a protected area in Kakheti district, tourists come here to see the best view of this beautiful place surrounded by mountains, trails and dense forests.

12. Tusheti National Park

Located at a distance of 205 kilometers from Tbilisi, this park is famous for glaciers glistening in the sun, and cascading waterfalls carved into ancient rock.

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