Forbes publishes new articles about Georgia
03 July, 2018
 Forbes publishes new articles about Georgia
Georgia has become one of the trendiest tourist destinations around the world in the recent years. With its delicious cuisine and breathtaking tourist destinations, it has earned a top spot on most tourists’ travel list.
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Aghmashenebeli Avenue (Plekhanovi), Photo courtesy: www.cubicon.ge

In a recent article published by Forbes News written by Ann Abel titled “Why Georgia (the Country) Belongs on Your Travel Wish List” you can see just how desired travelling to Georgia truly is. The article talks about the Georgian cuisine with
its’ various varieties of meals, the beautiful sights, the contemporary architecture, traditional wine and much more.
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Renovated Aghmashenebeli Avenue (Plekhanovi), Photo courtesy: www.city.kvira.ge

The writer states that Georgian cuisine starts from the famous Georgian bread “Tonis Puri” made in a clay oven, the delicious tomato and cucumber salad, Khachapuri, Khinkali and other verities of foods. She also says that she was amazed how at some restaurants plates full of food are piled up on each other as there was no more space on the table. This just shows how hospitable Georgian people really are.
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Georgian bread- Shotis Puri, Photo courtesy: www.georgiatoday.ge

“I didn’t have a single bad meal during a nine-day trip (as a guest of the tourism board), but the standouts were at the cozy Poliphonia in Tbilisi and at Pheasant’s Tears, a boutique winery in the charming town of Sighnaghi, known as the “city of wine and love” – says Abel.
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Signaghi (Kakheti), Photo courtesy: www.meidangroup.ge

She also talks about the history of wine that goes back to more than 7,000 years and the variety of grapes that grow in Georgian vineyards.

In her other article “The 12 Coolest Neighborhoods around the World” she lists Georgia as one the trendiest places to visit and talks about the capital Tbilisi. Mentioning the street of “Plekhanov”, she talks about how the newly renovated “Agmashenebeli” street with the opening of “Fabrika” has earned the attention of the public eye.
“Fabrika” once known as a Soviet sewing factory has now emerged to a local cafe, bar, studio, and hostel. “This area is a mixture of young creators and tourists, and there’s live music most evenings.” – says Abel.
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Fabrika, Photo courtesy : www.marketer.ge

If you’re looking for an ideal travel destination this summer Georgia is the one for you. With its breathtaking sights, fascinating architecture and deliciously unique cuisine you’re up for an adventure of a lifetime!

The first photo courtesy: www.ipress.ge

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