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Georgia is full of interesting cities to visit if you’re interested in touring the country. The majority of our users (144%) visit Tbilisi more than other cities in the country, but other popular cities in Georgia include Kutaisi and Batumi.
When visiting Rustaveli in Tbilisi, the closest airport is Tbilisi Airport.
If you are looking to fly to Georgia for less, look to airlines like Ryanair, Pegasus Airlines, and Buta air, with prices starting at £18, £31, and £32 respectively.
There are 21 airlines that fly to Georgia on a routine basis, but Georgian Airways, Pegasus Airlines and Turkish Airlines happen to be the most popular among our users. In the past year, 19% of those who searched for flights to Georgia looked to travel with Georgian Airways, making this airline the top choice among momondo travellers.
The average flight duration from United Kingdom to Georgia depends on which airport you fly into and out of. Flying from London Heathrow to Tbilisi Intl is 6h 55m on average, while flying from Manchester to Tbilisi Intl is 7h 05m on average. Tbilisi Intl is the most popular airport in Georgia.
If you’re unsure where to fly to in Georgia, we recommend booking a flight that arrives at the popular Tbilisi Intl airport, which services Tbilisi and its surrounding areas. In the last 12 months, 82% of momondo travellers booking flights to Georgia chose to fly into Tbilisi Intl.
Flights to Georgia can be found for as cheap as £37 per ticket. However our users tend to find airfares to Georgia for around £429 on average. If you’re looking to find a good deal on your flight to Georgia, then you should consider booking if you find anything for £407 or less.
|Departing||Destination||Best Time||Best Price|
|Newcastle upon Tyne||Kutaisi||14h 25m||£358|
|Newcastle upon Tyne||Tbilisi||28h 55m||£461|
|Newcastle upon Tyne||Batumi||24h 20m||£759|
As a nation with a rich culture of music, dance, theatre, and cinema, Georgia has many events centred on the performing arts. The Tbilisi International Festival of Theatre, which takes place in the capital of Tbilisi, is one of the largest events in Georgia and wider Caucasia. The Festival takes place annually at the end of September or the beginning of October, showcasing interesting, thought-provoking, and original events from Georgia and beyond. The Tbilisi Open Air is likewise the largest international music festival in the Caucasus region. The multi-day event has an emphasis on electronic and rock music and has been held annually since 2009. The festival has an interesting origin story of being started as an alternative to Eurovision, due to the disqualification of Georgia. Additionally, Georgia has at least two jazz festivals annually- for the Black Sea Jazz Festival, book your flight to Georgia in July and for the Tbilisi Jazz Festival, look for Georgia flight deals in October.
Along with the arts, eating and drinking are important parts of Georgian culture. khachapuri, a cheese-filled bread, is one of the national dishes of Georgia, along with khinkali, meat dumplings. Like many Georgian dishes, each region has its own distinct style, but the Adjarian khachapuri, with its boat shape and topped with an egg, is the most well known. At the renowned Sakhachapure #1 in Tbilisi, you’ll be able to sample the various varieties of khachapuri. Historians believe that khinkali dumplings, which resemble manti dumplings from Central Asia, were brought to Georgia by the Tartars. As the dumpling is filled with a hearty broth, eating them requires a certain technique where you bite the top to let the broth cool before enjoying. El Depo in Kutaisi claims to makes the best khinkali as well as lobio in Georgia.
With snowy mountains, scenic walks, the seaside, a rich history and the buildings from that legacy, Georgia is a small country but one with lots to offer. The city Telavi is an example of that history, as, having been moulded by the Kakheti, the Romans, the East, and the Russians, the city is a mix of cultures and architectural styles. Along with the fortress of the first Kakhetian kings and medieval palaces, you’ll find the Alaverdi monastery, the largest in Georgia. Sighnaghi, perched on a hill, is known as one of the most romantic places in Georgia, offering views of the Alazani valley and the Caucasus mountains from its cobblestone streets. For a bit of nature, Tusheti National Park is where you can find beautiful unspoilt scenery as well as the protected wild goat. For lovers of snow, Gudauri sits high in the clouds and offers skiing to suit all skill levels, it even offers heliskiing. Preserved by its isolated geographical position, the small town of Mestia is home to the Svan people, who are a unique subgroup of Georgians with their own language and culture. The UNESCO World Heritage town is dotted with medieval villages and towers, and in the Mestia Historical Ethnographic Museum you can learn about the Svans’ history and culture.
Fortunately, holders of British passports do not need a visa or any additional documentation to visit Georgia. You can stay for up to a year, and your passport simply needs to be valid for the duration of your stay. Make sure that your passport also has at least 2 blank pages for stamping. If you plan to stay for longer than a year you should contact the Georgian embassy.
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