One of the most popular day trips from Tbilisi is Kazbegi. Famous for its amazing mountain views, this sleepy little village close to the Russian border attracts many tourists from all around the country. But reserve some days on your Georgia itinerary as this place is definitely worth more than just a day trip. If it would have been up to me I would have extend my trip to Kazbegi with a couple more days, but unfortunately I had no time left. It was simply fantastic though!
After my trip to Batumi, Georgia in December 2017 I always dreamed of coming back to this lovely country and in October 2018 I finally did. I decided to travel to Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia to live like a local for 2 weeks and explore the city as much as I could. All these Tbilisi travel tips I bundled in this travel blog to inform you about the best restaurants, rooftop bars, viewpoints, things to do, places to see, day trips and everything else you need to know before you travel to Tbilisi.
When I arrived in Georgia in September 2018 I already checked out the prepaid sim card deals in Tbilisi Airport. But apart from buying a Belgium sim card at Brussels Airport, tourist sim cards they sell at airports are always way more expensive. On top of that not everyone who is about to travel to Georgia arrives at Tbilisi Airport. Therefore I also did some research for you and found you the best sim card in Georgia.
After my cruise from Barcelona to Rome I needed some time off from traveling and to catch up with work. I was able to choose a flight from Rome to somewhere and came up with Tbilisi. Last year I had been visiting Batumi, Georgia and really loved the vibe, the people and the value for money in Georgia and therefore decided to come back. Upon arrival I obviously wanted to be connected to the internet straight away and looked for buying a sim card at Tbilisi Airport. This is what I found out…
Moving to the capital of Georgia, the country of the heavy food, the easy going and friendly people and progressive politics compared to the surrounding countries. It was my second time visiting Georgia but the first time I was about to travel to Tbilisi. The city was going to be my base for the next 2 to 3 weeks. Simply because I needed to catch up on work for my travel blog, I wanted to see the two neighbour countries and looked for an affordable country to be based in.