“Georgia has a little bit of everything”- Georgia among 10 under-the-radar destinations for 2016
16 January, 2016
“Georgia has a little bit of everything”- Georgia among 10 under-the-radar destinations for 2016
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”Everyone’s talking about Cuba, Brazil (host of the Summer Olympics) and Rome (for the Pope’s Jubilee Year of Mercy), but there are plenty of places around the world that the masses haven’t discovered yet. Here’s our roundup of the best off-the-radar destinations for 2016,” says the Fox News and names Georgia among the under-the-radar destinations worth visiting.

“Republic of Georgia

This former Soviet republic sits at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, along the Black Sea between Russia and Turkey. Georgia has four UNESCO World Heritage sites and offers geographic diversity, from popular beach areas like Batumi to the mountain region of Svaneti. “Georgia has a little bit of everything that is so vital for travelers, especially those seeking unique experiences: amazing, mind-blowing food, great wine traditions, history, beautiful mountain landscape and some of the friendliest, most spirited people in the world,” says Irina Vishnevskaya, founder of allé travels. Le Méridien will open a hotel in 2018 in the Batumi Tower, the city’s tallest building, a mixed-use development project with apartments, a casino and even a carousel on the 27th floor. Other hotel brands in the country include Marriott, Sheraton and Radisson Blu.”

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