Georgia has three UNESCO World Heritage Sites:
- Bagrati Cathedral and Gelati Monastery in the Rioni region.
- The historical monuments of Mtskheta.
- The Upper Svaneti region which is the highest inhabited region in Europe.
Furthermore, Tbilisi’s capital provides a variety of attractions, including the Old Town with the Narikala Fortress. Gori, Stalin’s birthplace, also has a castle, the Gori Jvari church, and the remains of Uplistsikhe, a thriving town over 3,000 years ago. Other locations to visit include Borjomi, a mineral water town popular with Russian Czars, and Batumi, a Black Sea beach resort city. Furthermore, Georgia is situated in the heart of the Caucasus Mountains, with some peaks rising beyond 5,000 meters.