Written by Baia DzagnidzeChichilaki Georgian Christmas Tree photo by Irma Laghadze *Wikipedia
On the outside looking in One of my favorite houses to visit in Old Tbilisi is a little 19th century wooden house that is located on Betlemi Street. The staircase leading up to the very typical Tbilisi veranda has gorgeous multicolor stain glass windows that seem to glow as bright as electricity at sunset. It feels as if the unknown architect designed the veranda with sunset in mind. The windows light up and as the sun moves slowly down... Read more
Georgia has thousands of things to love, but for the sake of the number 18, we give you our top 18. 1. Tbilisi: It one of the most dynamic capital cities in Europe, with a range of places to visit. During its history many cultures have left their mark, creating a mosaic of art building styles. Read more
Week of 21/04 to 27/04 1. Georgia’s Ambassador to the UK Named Diplomat of the Year Tamar Beruchashvili was named Diplomat of the Year by Eurasia at the Tata DIPLOMAT Magazine 2017 award ceremony. The article highlights some of the tweets that were... Read more
Week of 14/04-20/04 1. Tbilisi Fashion Week 2017 Showroom Opens in Tbilisi Mall The 15th season of Tbilisi Fashion Week began on April 19th and ends on April 24th. Between runway shows there will even be a champagne tasting!
Week of 10/03-16/03 1. The Largest Low-cost Airlines RyanAir to Launch Flights in Georgia Thanks to the new decree that Georgian residents can travel through Schengen zone without a visa, RyanAir might go to Georgia. The company has yet to make the official announcement, but... Read more