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According to Geostat, the main investor in IDS is Borjomi Georgia, Magticom, Energo Pro Georgia, TAV Georgia and Metro Avrasia Georgia (Metro).
The company specializes in renting commercial spaces, development companies and freight stations.

List of Top Ten Investor Companies Including: Georgia Branch ENKA şanşaat ve Sanayi A.Ş. (Oil Pipelines & Construction Pipelines), BGEO Group, LLC Rustavi Azot, BP Group and Old Town Development Company, which owns the Tbilisi Panorama Project.

It should be noted that only two major investors entered Georgia under the auspices of the Georgian Dream Party - the Georgia branch ENKA İnşaat ve Sanayi A.Ş. And the development of the old city. Both companies were registered in 2014.

Foreign direct investment flow in 2016 reached $ 645 billion, according to Joostat.

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Tuesday, 06 March 2018 13:13

Winners of Georgian Wine Awards in Japan

Seven Georgian wines were selected from 4,342 out of 33 countries and won two gold, gold and silver at the Japan International Wine Competition - Sakura Prize.

The wines were evaluated by 510 female jurors on January 29-31, 2018, according to the official website of the Japan Women's Wine Awards SAKURA 2018.

The Georgian National Wine Agency (NWA) reports that winning such a prestigious competition enhances the specificity of the wine and also increases the awareness and popularity of the Georgian wine in the Japanese market.

The seven winners of the Georgia Awards include:

 

Two Gold - Kisi 2016, Kindzmarauli Company

Gold - "Mtsvane 2016", "Vaziani" Company "Makashvili Bakery" line;

Gold - "Mtsvane 2015", Shalauri Wine Wine ؛

Silver - Kindzmarauli Kind Saperavi Rose 2015

Silver - "Saperavi 2016", "Vaziani Company Line" "Mashashville Wine Cellar" line;

Silver - "Rkatsiteli Mtsvane", Shalauri Wine Wine ؛

Silver - "Kisi 2016", "Vaziani Company".

The Fifth Japan Women's Wine Festival "Sakura" in 2018 is a large-scale international event organized for the fifth time.

The international wine competition is led by expert Japanese wine ladies, wine crews and waiters, wine writers and expert journalists.

 

 

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TBC Bank's action to support 12,000 start-up businesses totaling $ 33 million.

 

The program, launched by TBC Bank a year ago to support new companies, now supports 12,000 different companies. TBC was the first bank in Georgia to provide start-up and non-financial assistance.

 

For more than a year, more than 500 companies have started undergraduate and undergraduate classes organized by StarBoard TBC. More than 200 articles, blogs, television reports, and videos have been published on social media and social media.

 

Today, Starter is made up of four main areas: startups, product startups, senior classes / exercises, and media support. Representatives of startups have successfully delivered financial and non-financial services in various sectors. And. They include the construction sector, shoe and clothing manufacturing, transportation, logistics, health care, technology, tourism and agriculture, and more.

 

The program has recently added two additional guidelines - support for starting agricultural and hotel / tourism activities.

 

As a result of partnering with various large companies, Starter has launched specialty launch products that enable new company representatives to access the resources they need and offer discounts on resources. For one year Starter will support Socar, Geocell, Silknet and TBC. Further collaborations with several companies are planned in the near future.

 

Detailed information on all aspects of the program can be found at www.startuperi.ge.

 

TBC Bank's action to support 12,000 start-up businesses totaling $ 33 million.

 

The program, launched by TBC Bank a year ago to support new companies, now supports 12,000 different companies. TBC was the first bank in Georgia to provide start-up and non-financial assistance.

 

For more than a year, more than 500 companies have started undergraduate and undergraduate classes organized by StarBoard TBC. More than 200 articles, blogs, television reports, and videos have been published on social media and social media.Today, Starter is made up of four main areas: startups, product startups, senior classes / exercises, and media support. Representatives of startups have successfully delivered financial and non-financial services in various sectors. And. They include the construction sector, shoe and clothing manufacturing, transportation, logistics, health care, technology, tourism and agriculture, and more.

 

The program has recently added two additional guidelines - support for starting agricultural and hotel / tourism activities.

 

As a result of partnering with various large companies, Starter has launched specialty launch products that enable new company representatives to access the resources they need and offer discounts on resources. For one year Starter will support Socar, Geocell, Silknet and TBC. Further collaborations with several companies are planned in the near future.

 

Detailed information on all aspects of the program can be found at www.startuperi.ge.

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Today, the Georgian Prime Minister will meet with the parliamentary majority. The meeting will start at 5:00.

According to unofficial information, the prime minister and lawmakers will discuss the text of the resolution in the case of Archil Tatonashvili.

Following the meeting with the Prime Minister, the Georgian Dream Political Council will hold a meeting at the GD office.

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Wednesday, 10 August 2016 11:55

Travel expenses to Tbilisi, Georgia

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A brief introduction to the city of Tbilisi
Tbilisi is a historic city, large and of course the capital of Georgia, which covers an area of ​​2 square kilometers and has a population of about 2.8.1. As you walk around the capital, you will find a combination of traditional and modern buildings that are beautifully intertwined. The capital of Georgia has its own sights, and the tourist attractions of Tbilisi can be traced to its historical context, right in the center of the city. In this part of town, sulfur baths, striking churches and hundreds of years old as well as old houses are something to behold. Tbilisi's sights are not limited to monuments, however, and there are extensive parks and gardens in and around the city. Lakes and ponds in Tbilisi should not be missed.

1) The official language of the Georgian people is Tbilisi and Georgian, but you will see many people who speak English. Even if you find yourself in a situation where you don't know the locals and don't understand their language, maintain your self-esteem and communicate in a myriad of ways, such as body language or writing or programming. Connect with different mobile phones.

2) Georgia's official clock is 5 minutes ahead of Iran.

3)Water and food hygiene: Some sources say that the water in Tbilisi is not safe while the experience of travelers and tourists who have been in this city for a long time contradicts it and that there is no problem with their health. However, if you are allergic to this, it is best not to take the risk and use boiling and mineral water. Boiling water is available in many places in Tbilisi. The city's milk and dairy products are pasteurized and healthy. Also, eat only well-cooked meat, fish, and vegetables, and be sure to peel the fruit before eating.


4)You must be vaccinated against hepatitis B to travel to Tbilisi. There is a risk of rabies in Tbilisi. If a dog bites you, seek treatment immediately. In addition, if you plan to stay in Tbilisi for more than a month, you need a non-HIV card. If you do not have this card, have the necessary documentation to enable you to receive HIV testing when you arrive.
 
9) The maximum speed allowed on Georgian roads is often 3 kilometers per hour.

10) Avoid driving at night if possible, as many areas lack proper lighting conditions and even white lines. Drive with caution always and everywhere.

Finally, if you want to know more about this city, we suggest you read the following
:
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Georgian currency, Tbilisi price level

The lari is the Georgian currency denominated in symbols (GEL), (1) and (l), and each Georgian lari is equivalent to 0.7 USD.

Common Georgian denominations include 2 lari (blue), 2 lari (orange), 2 lari (brown), 1 lari (red), 2 lari (red and amber), 2 lari ( Green), 2 lari (jasmine, red, orange), 2 lari (orange) and coins such as 1, 2, 2, 2, 3, and 1 tetri and coins 1 and 2 lari. It is good to know that every 4 lari is equal to 2 tetris.

+ You can refer to the Ferdowsi Street Currency Exchange to make a Georgian lari. But it is advisable to make a dollar in Iran and make a dollar in Tbilisi and get a lari.

Cost evaluation

Costs in Tbilisi are in some cases lower than in Tehran and in some cases higher. For example, restaurants cost about two to four percent more, clothing cost about two to three percent, and rentals a few percent lower than Tehran. Of course, other costs such as taxis, gasoline and mobile phone tariffs in Georgia are higher than in Tehran.

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Documents and costs before travel

You must apply for a passport or visa before you start your journey. Of course, some countries, such as Armenia and Turkey, do not require visas or visas, and some countries can also obtain visas at airports known as airport visas.

You do not need a visa or visa to travel to Georgia right now and you will not have to pay for it. Only when you cross the border or at the airport will you be stamped.

Passport costs include:

1- Cost 2 USD for ID

2- Cost of 2,5 USD to municipality account for municipality fees

3- The cost of 2,5 USD for the provincial treasury for the issuance of the passport tariff

4- Cost of 2,5 USD for Police Offices + 1 and Postage

Other documents that are often required include a visa or visa, which does not cover the country of Georgia and does not require a visa.
 
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Tbilisi Travel Costs and Costs
 
There are different ways and ways to travel to Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, for different costs.

Choosing each of the following will depend on your mood, travel budget, fitness, excitement and, of course, your level of responsibility. For example, you can opt for air tours, luxury, speed and luxury travel at the same time, or go across this vast array of choices and take land trips and tours; a journey full of responsibility, Planning and of course, the excitement and the unforgettable memories!

Even if your journey has always been the same, don't miss the rest. Because maybe this time you have a different craving. Join us to explain the cost and how to travel each of these methods.

The different ways to travel to Tbilisi are:

1.Tbilisi Tours: 1) Air


                              2) Ground

2. Personal: 1) Aircraft

                      2) Bus

                      3) Combinatorics

                     4) Personal car

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1- Tbilisi tours

There are various tours to Tbilisi from 3 nights to 8 nights. You will often see Tbilisi tours in 3 nights and 3 days. Here's the average price for the most common tours:

Tbilisi Nowruz Tours

For Nowruz trip to Tbilisi, there are various tours planned with different schedules. These tours range from 2 nights to 4 nights, and of course costs vary. Here we explored the most common tour, which is a 2 night and 3 day round trip.

Cost range for 2 nights and 3 days tours: between15000000Rial and 80000000 Rial
 
Tbilisi tours
At other times of the year, there are a total of two types of tours to Tbilisi. Most of these tours are for travel to Tbilisi and some are planned in combination. All in all, these tours can expect different prices depending on the airline, hotel class, room you want and of course travel time.

2 nights and 2 days tours: 8000000rial to 80000000Rial

Since Iran does not have a common border with Georgia, if you want to travel by land, you will want to cross other countries as well. So there are other combination tours, including Tbilisi-Yerevan tours. Combined tours of Batumi Tbilisi are also popular in the summer, both in air and on the ground. Below are the range of these tours:

Cost of Tbilisi + Batumi tour: between 16000000Rial and 76000000Rial
 
Cost of tours to Georgia + Yerevan (Armenia) + Tbilisi: from 15000000Rial to 60000000Rial
What to choose the right tour?

  • Guide to Choosing a Good and Safe Travel Tour
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2-Personal

If you decide to plan your trip, there are more ways to get to Tbilisi personally.

1) Aircraft                                             

Here's the price range of Tehran Tbilissi roundtrip tickets and according to Iranian and foreign airlines:

Bilateral Tehran-Tbilisi flights: between 74000000Rial and 36000000 Rial

+ You should know that in Iran, there is only a direct flight to Tbilisi from Tehran, so you must first reach Tehran.

++ It is good to know that the cost of leaving the country for air travel by the end of the year is96;75000000 Rial which you can pay online here or in person at the airport. From the beginning of the year97, the toll of leaving the country will be 2200000 Rial

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2)bus

There are only Tehran-Tbilisi buses available for direct bus travel to Tbilisi. Of course, if you live in Tabriz, you can also use these buses, but there will be no difference in the cost. This means that you pay the same price for Tbilisi buses in Tbilisi but you take the bus in Tabriz.

Tehran-Tbilisi round-trip bus ticket: 2000000 Rial to 4000000 Rial

If you want to travel the rest of the city along this long route, there are other ways too. You can get to Yerevan or Baku first and then to Tbilisi. Below is the spectrum of one way tickets
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1- Tehran-Yerevan-Tbilisi route

Tehran-Yerevan bus ticket: about 1200000 Rial to 2000000 Rial

Yerevan-Tbilisi bus ticket: about 21 $ (equivalent to 1001.871 Rial ) to 25 $  (1021.275 Rial)

Read more about the Tehran-Yerevan bus fare below:            

 

2- Tehran-Baku-Tbilisi route

Tehran-Baku bus ticket (single and separate): about 460000 Rial to 1500000 Rial

Baku-Tbilisi bus ticket: 12 AZN manat (equivalent to 35.3400 Tomans)

See below for more information on the Tehran-Baku bus fare

+ Know: You can get Baku-Tbilisi tickets here and online from the Baku International Bus Terminal website from 7 days ago. If you can't get tickets online or in person, go to bus drivers and buy tickets online. On the Baku-Tbilisi route, there will be two buses and night buses daily.

++ To travel to Azerbaijan via Georgia, you must have an Azerbaijani transit visa. To learn more about this visa and how to get it, read this article:

3- Tehran-Trabzon-Batumi-Tbilisi route

Tehran-Maku bus ticket: about 600000 Rial

Bazargan route to Trabzon

+ There is no direct bus from Trabzon to Trabzon. You can get to Dogobeyzid first, take the bus to Agri, then travel from Agri to Trabzon. Unfortunately, there is no bus fare for this route. We are happy to share the experience of traveling along this route with us.

Car rental from Bazargan to Trabzon border: 70Turkish Lir (equivalent to 91.8400 Rial) to 80Turkish Lir (104.9600 Rial)
 
Trabzon-Batumi Bus Ticket: About 25Georgian Lari (equivalent to 49.3580 Rial) to 35Georgian Lari (equivalent to 690.1020)

Batumi-Tbilisi bus ticket: 20Georgian Lari (equivalent to 39.4870) to 25 Georgian Lari (equivalent to 49.3580)

+ Tbilissi Batumi bus ticket can be purchased both in Iran and Georgia. In Iran, of course, you have to pay twice as much.
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3)Combined ways
A combination of buses / trains or car rentals + trains can be used in Tbilisi. Here we give you sample train mixes. Because there is no direct train from Iran to Georgia or neighboring Armenia and Azerbaijan. So for the first part, that is to reach Baku or Yerevan you can use the plane, bus or car routes. Below are the cost of one-way tickets.

1- Tehran-Yerevan-Tbilisi route

Tehran-Yerevan flight ticket range: between 4300000 Rial and 13000000 Rial

Tehran-Yerevan bus ticket range (single & double): between 1200000 Rial and 1800000 Rial

Yerevan-Tbilisi train ticket range: From 22eorgian Lari (equivalent to 434.350 Rial) to 50 Georgian Lari (equivalent to 987.170 Rial)

2- Tehran-Baku-Tbilisi route

Know more before explaining that you can land first on the Astara border and leave the country. Then take the Astara-Baku train to the capital of Azerbaijan.

Tehran-Baku plane ticket range: between 3000000 Rial and 13000000 Rial

The Astara-Baku train ticket range: about 7.23 AZN (equivalent to 212.90 Rial) to 10 Azerbaijani AZN (equivalent to 294.500 Rial)

Baku-Tbilisi train tickets: Depending on the possibilities between 24 AZN (equivalent to 706.800 Rial) to 60 AZN (equivalent to 176.7000 Rial)

3- Tehran-Batumi-Tbilisi route

There is a direct flight to Batumi, and if you want to see Batumi first, the only way to land is by personal car or rental car.

Car and Taxi Merchant-Trabzon Fee: 70 Turkish Lire (equivalent to 918.400 Rial) to 80 Turkish Lir (104.9600 Rial)

Trabzon-Batumi bus fare: about 25 Georgian lari (equivalent to 493.580 Rial) up to 35 Georgian lari (equivalent to 691.020 Rial)

Batumi-Tbilisi train tickets range: between 20 Georgian Lari (equivalent to 394.870 Rial) to 50 Georgian Lari (equivalent to 987.170 Rial)

 To find out more about the exact tips, tips and costs of a bathtub trip, read below:
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4) Travel by car

One of the most exciting and of course common ways to travel to Georgia and Tbilisi is to use a personal car. To get there by car in your own car, you need to spend a few things before leaving the country:

1- One year international certification fee: 1090000 Rial
2- International license plate fee: 3280000 Rial
3- Ownership booklet or car ownership card: 1000000 Rial
4- CD and IR sticker: equal to 44000 Rial
5- Costs of leaving the country by land: 250000 Rial
6- Cost of capitation or leave permit: 180000 Rial
7- 10day car insurance: 750000 Rial to 1000000 Rial + You can visit the Tourism and Automotive Association's website to obtain a license and transit license.

+ You must visit your city or county customs office to hire a car or obtain a permit to leave the country.

+ The last charge when leaving the country is to pay the toll you can pay at the National Bank branches throughout the country so that you do not have to wait before leaving the country and on the border. Note that if you want to leave Merchant Border, you will also have to pay 4,000 USD to the Municipality of Qatar.

+ Car hire has a one year credit card and if you have already hired and want to renew it you do not need to get an IR tag and a license plate.

+ If you have already traveled to Turkey and you wish to travel to Tbilisi via Bazargan or Razi for a trip to Tbilisi, and your previous car journey is not more than three months away, crossing the border with a full tank means smuggling fuel. At this time you have to pay the gasoline in your tank at the Turkish rate.

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Borders and routes to Georgia and Tbilisi

If you want to travel to Georgia by land, you must first of all know that Iran has no common border with Georgia and that Armenia and Azerbaijan are located between our country and this country. So to get to Tbilisi you must first cross one of these two countries and then enter Georgia.

You can also enter Georgia via Turkey, which will make your access to Tbilisi a bit farther.

Here are some of the boundaries you can use to reach Georgia:

1- Norduz border, common border between Iran and Armenia

The Norduz Border Station is located near Jolfa, in East Azerbaijan Province. The only border crossing point to enter Armenia is this border and it is 760 km from Tehran. After arriving in Armenia you can travel to Yerevan and then to one of the common border crossing points of Armenia and Georgia, the Sadakhlo border. You should know that the route ahead is mountainous, and its use in winter is not recommended.

Other common border crossing points between Armenia and Georgia include Bavra or Ninotsminda, Gogovan or Guguti and Privolnoe or Akhkerpi.

Nordruz Border Working Hours: 24 hour

Sadakhlo, Baura and Goguwan Border Hours: 24 hours

Pirovillon Border Hours: Office Hours

To find out more about the routes and costs of traveling to Armenia, read:

 2-Astara border, common border between Iran and Azerbaijan

 The most important and busiest border to enter Azerbaijan is the Astara border, which is near the city of Astara. After arriving in Azerbaijan, make your way to the main border of the Red Bridge and head to Tbilisi. It is good to know that besides the Red Bridge, Azerbaijan has two more in common with Georgia. Other common borders between Azerbaijan and Georgia include Tsodna and Georgia.

Astara Frontier Working Hours: 12 hours, 8am to 20pm

Red Bridge and Tsodna Boundary Hours: 24 hours

Business hours: Office hours

For more information on the routes and costs of traveling to Baku, read below:

++ It is good to know that in order to travel to Azerbaijan through Georgia, you must have an Azeri transit visa. To learn more about this visa and how to get it, read the following article:
 

3- Bile Savar border, common border between Iran and Azerbaijan

Bile Suvar border is another border through which you can enter Azerbaijani territory. This border is located in Ardebil province and the border town of Bileshwar.

Bale Mounted Border Working Hours: 9-17

Red Bridge and Tsodna Boundary Hours: 24 hours

Business hours: Office hours

For more information on the routes and costs of traveling to Baku, read:

 

4- Bazargan and Razi borders, common border between Iran and Turkey

The last proposed route is to use the shared borders of Iran and Turkey. This route can be of interest to you if you would like to take a tour of Turkey and visit the trabzon and Rize beach towns or in the town of Van. To reach the towns of Trabzon and Rize you have to get out of the merchant's border, and to the Van, there is a mysterious border.

There are three frontiers for you to leave Turkey and enter Georgia. Sarpi border is the main border between the two countries and is located near the Sarpi border town. It is 20 km from Sarpi to Batumi border. Another border is Vale, near the two Vale cities in Georgia and Pusov in Turkey. It is about 200 km from the border to Tbilisi. The last border is the cardboard border, which is not recommended.

Bazargan Border Working Hours: 24 hours

Razi Border Hours: 9-17(Iran time) in the first half

9:30 to 16:30 in the second half of the year

Sarpi & Vale Boundary Hours: 24 hours

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Costs while traveling to Tbilisi
During your trip to Tbilisi, there are various costs that will increase and decrease depending on how you plan. Knowing the average price of these items will be a great help during your trip. Carnival gives you detailed information on the following costs to help guide you on your journey to Batumi.

+ It is good to know that all of these costs have been individually reviewed and updated and will be updated in the future at specific intervals.
 

1- Transportation costs in Tbilisi

2- Costs of stay in Tbilisi

3- Cost of food in Tbilisi

4- Costs of recreation in Tbilisi

5- Souvenir and clothing costs in Tbilisi

6- Mobile service fee in Tbilisi
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1- Tbilisi public transport costs

You can use the subway, taxi, bus and minibus to travel around Tbilisi.
The popular electronic ticket in Tbilisi is called "Metromoney cards", which you can buy from the subway ticketing stations at a subway of Georgia for 2 lari (equivalent to 394.80). To get to the subway you need to buy this card, which is also used when riding yellow buses and minibuses. These cards can be recharged at subway stations or orange devices as desired.

Subway: The Tbilisi subway has two lines and 21different stations that connect the major points of the city. The subway is open from 6 am to midnight and the stations are also announced in English in addition to Georgian. As mentioned, you need a card for the subway ride. You must be carded when you enter the subway, which will cost you 0.5 lari (equivalent to 987.0 Rial).

Taxis: Taxis in Tbilisi often do not have taximeters, so get together before embarking on rates and costs. The usual fare for a short train (up to 3 km) is 5 lari (equivalent to 987.10 Rial) and the longest runs cost up to 10 lari (197.430 Rial).

However, if you board a car with a taxi meter, the list of costs is as follows:

Taxi Entrance: 3 Georgian Lari (equivalent to 59.230 Rial)

Cost of every 1 kilometers: 0.5 lari Georgia (equivalent to 987.0 Rial)

Waiting for every 1 hours: 8 Georgian Lari (equivalent to 157.940 Rial)Buses and minibuses: City yellow buses and minibuses called (Marshrutka) are other public transport available. At most bus stations, the list of stations and destinations are displayed in digital signage in both English and Georgian. Of course there are numbers and directions on the bus signs as well, note that buses only stop at stations, while the minibus keeps you wherever you want. To stop the minibus driver, you can say aloud: Gaacheret! That is to say.

You can also use the Tbilisi Electronic Ticket to pay for bus and minibus buses, which cost 0.5 lari (equivalent to 987.0 Rial) and minibuses cost between 0.4 lari (equivalent to 789.0 Rial) and 0.8lari is Georgian (equivalent to 15.790 Rial). You can also use cash to pay for it. (Pay the exact same amount)

Cheap taxis: Another way is to use cheap taxis and personal cars, which can be used at a lower cost by using a dedicated platform. Visit this site to use these taxis
 
Buses and minibuses: City yellow buses and minibuses called (Marshrutka) are other public transport available. At most bus stations, the list of stations and destinations are displayed in digital signage in both English and Georgian. Of course there are numbers and directions on the bus signs as well, note that buses only stop at stations, while the minibus keeps you wherever you want. To stop the minibus driver, you can say aloud: Gaacheret! That is to say.

You can also use the Tbilisi Electronic Ticket to pay for bus and minibus buses, which cost 0.5 lari (equivalent to 987.0 Rial) and minibuses cost between 0.4 lari (equivalent to 789.0 Rial) and 0.8lari is Georgian (equivalent to 15.790 Rial). You can also use cash to pay for it. (Pay the exact same amount)

Cheap taxis: Another way is to use cheap taxis and personal cars, which can be used at a lower cost by using a dedicated platform. Visit this site to use these taxis
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1- Costs of stay in Tbilisi

In Tbilisi and the Georgian capital, there are different types of accommodation at different costs.
Hotels: In Tbilisi, there are 322 hotels with different ratings, which can be found in the following overnight rates.

2Star Hotels: From 50 Georgian Lari (equivalent to 987.170 Rial) to 250Georgian Lari (equivalent to 493.5890 Rial)

 3 Star Hotels: From 40 Georgian Lari (equivalent to 789.740Rial) to 480 Georgian Lari (equivalent to 947.6920 Rial)

4 Star Hotels: From 50 Georgian Lari (equivalent to 987.170 Rial) to 730 Georgian Lari (equivalent to 14.412.820Rial)

5 Star Hotels: From 280 Georgian Lari (equivalent to 552.8200 Rial) to 1100 Georgian Lari (equivalent to 21.717.940 Rial)

Travel guide for choosing accommodation

    Tips for Choosing the Right Travel Accommodation
     Guide to selecting the most suitable room in the hotel
     Guide to choosing the most suitable hotel for your trip
     Reduce hotel accommodation costs

To find out about the best Tbilisi hotels and hostels, go to:

 Apartments: The cost of suites varies depending on the location of the apartment, number of rooms, distance to city center and facilities. There are about 1400 apartments in Batumi that range from luxury accommodation to convenient location.

Price of Tbilisi apartments from 20 night Georgian Lari (equivalent to 394.870 Rial ) up to 600Georgian Lari (equivalent to 11.846.150 Rial)

Hostels: Hostels are actually a hostel where you can book beds and make use of the facilities. There are about 200different hostels in Tbilisi where costs vary depending on facilities and location.

Cost of Tbilisi hostels: From 7 night Georgian Lari (equivalent to 138.200 Rial) to 80 Georgian Lari (equivalent to 1578.9480 Rial)
 
3-Food costs in Tbilisi


Meals and snacks during the trip are important points that should not be overlooked. If you do not want to stay at the hotel, you need to know the cost of the products and their location. We also provide information on the range of costs of a meal at various restaurants.

Restaurant and Fast Food: There is a wide range of luxury, casual, fast food and cafe restaurants in Istanbul. Below is an average cost per location.

Affordable Restaurants: From 10 Georgian Lari (equivalent to 197.430 Rial) to 15 Georgian Lari (equivalent to 296.150 Rial)
Medium Restaurant: About 20 Georgian Lari (equivalent to 394.870 Rial) to 35 Georgian Lari (equivalent to 691.020 Rial)
Luxury Restaurant: From 50 Georgian Lari (equivalent to 987.170 Rial)
Chain fast food such as McDonald's or similar fast food: between 7 Georgian Lari (equivalent to 138.200 Rial) to 15Georgian Lari (equivalent to 296.150 Rial)

Food Required:

Bread (500 grams): 0.8 lari Georgian (equivalent to 15.790 Rial)
Milk: 2.9 liter Georgian Lari (equivalent to 57.250 Rial)
White rice (kgs): 3 Georgian lari (equivalent to 59.230 Rial)
Eggs 2 Numbers: 3.5 lari Georgia (equivalent to 69.100 Rial)
1.5 liter water bottle: 1 Georgian lari (equivalent to 19.740 Rial)

Fruits and Vegetables (1kg):
Tomatoes: 2.5 lari Georgian (equivalent to 49.350 Rial)
Onion: 1 lari Georgia (equivalent to 19.740 Rial)
Potatoes: 1 lari Georgia (equivalent to 19.740 Rial)
Lettuce: 1 lari Georgia (equivalent to 19.740 Rial)
Apples: 2 Georgian lari (equivalent to 39.480 Rial)
Bananas: 3.5 Lari Georgia (equivalent to 69.100 Rial)
Oranges: 3 Georgian Larry (equivalent to 59.230 Rial)
We recommend the following to get acquainted with the variety of Tbilisi restaurants and cuisine of the city:
 

4- Tbilisi Leisure Expenses

Most of Tbilisi's landmarks are free at the entrance fee. However, here are the cost of entry to Tbilisi's most important landmarks and of course some of the exciting activities of the Georgian capital:

entertainment:

  Tbilisi Telephony:

1 Georgian Lari (equivalent to 19.740 Rial)

2- Gino Pardis Water Park: 30 Georgian Lari (equivalent to 592.300 Rial) to 150Georgian Lari (equivalent to 2.961.530 Rial)

3- Metatsminda Amusement Park: Depending on the type and number of games: 3 Georgian Lari (equivalent to 59.230 Rial) up to 77 Georgian Lari (1.520.250 Rial)

4-Golu Sulfur Bath: From 30lari to Georgia (equivalent to 592.300Rial) to 220 lari to Georgia (equivalent to 4.343.580 Rial)

5- Rural Motorsports Park: Entrance 5 Georgian Lari (equivalent to 98.710 Rial), Recreation: 30 Georgian Lari (592.300 Rial) to 800 Georgian Lari (15.794.870Rial)

6- Leboski Bowling Club: Depending on the type of game: 2Georgian Lari (equivalent to 39.480 Rial) to 40 Georgian Lari (equivalent to 789.740 Rial)

7- Astra Park: Has several games such as karting, shooting room, billiards, etc.: between 1 Georgian Lari (equivalent to 19.740 Rial) to 20 Georgian Lari (equivalent to 394.870 Rial)

8-Carting: Between 12 Georgian Larry (equivalent to 236.920Rial) to 20Georgian Laris (394.870 Rial)

9-Europark Water Park: Between 30 Georgian Lari (equivalent to 592.300 Rial) to 40 Georgian Lari (equivalent to 789.740 Rial)

10- Half Life Paintball: 25 Georgian Lari (equivalent to 493.580 Rial) to 35 Georgian Lari (691.020 Rial)

11- Tbilisi Balloon Ride: Persons 165 euro (equivalent to 9.692.100Rial) up to 190 Euros (equivalent to 11.606.00Rial)

Spectacular entrance
1. Trinity Cathedral or Samba: Free

2.Narikala Historical Castle: Free

3. Georgian National Botanical Garden: 1 Georgian Larry (equivalent to 1.5 Tomans)

4.Tbilisi Zoo: 1 Georgian Larry (equivalent to 2 Tomans)

5.Lake Lacey: Free

6.Mt. Metzeminda Mountain Park: Free
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5- Souvenir and clothing costs in Tbilisi:

 Georgia's favorite souvenirs include painted desktops, silk scarves, handmade jewelry, a variety of ceramic dishes, cantatas (drum cups) adorned with gold and silver engravings, handmade knives. Papak: Large wool hats and hand-woven textiles.

Crafts usually do not offer a specific cost and only professionals can determine the true or fair price. In order to be more successful in buying your souvenirs in local markets, it is recommended to read this tutorial:

Apparel: The price of brand and non-brand clothing in Tbilisi is usually about 2% to 5% lower than in Tehran

The cost of a jeans in Tbilisi is about 132lari (equivalent to 2.606.150Rial)

A Zara or H&M Branded Shirt for About 85 Laris of Georgia(equivalent to 1.678.200Rial)

One Pair of Nike Shoe About 190 Laris of Georgia(equivalent to3.751.280Rial)

A pair of Georgian leather shoes for about 190 lari (equivalent to  3.751.280Rial)

You can also buy your souvenirs at the local and modern Tbilisi shopping malls, listed below:

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6-Cost of mobile service in Georgia


The cost of mobile tariffs in Georgia is very high compared to Iran, and the cost of one minute of conversation with Georgian mobile operators is about 1.5 lari (equivalent to 2 USD).

On the other hand, roaming costs are not low with Irancell and Roam. The following table lists the costs of these two operators.

++ Charges are per minute and in USD.

Type of communication First with MagtiCom Irancell with MagtiCom and Mobitel Wright with Blaine / Mobitel / Wimbledcom
Internal conversation ۲,۵۰۰ ۱۰,۰۰۰ ۲,۰۰۰
Conversation with Iran ۲,۵۰۰ ۱۰,۰۰۰ ۵,۰۰۰
Get the conversation ۲,۵۰۰ ۴,۰۰۰ ۱,۰۰۰
Texting ۵۰۰ ۲,۰۰۰ ۱,۰۰۰
Internet (every MB) - ۴۴,۰۳۲

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Although the cost of calls to Georgia and its operators is higher than that of Iran, the roaming costs of Iranian operators are also high. So if you have a lot of conversation, buying a Georgian SIM card is recommended.

In Georgia, three mobile operators, MagtiCom, Beeline and Geocell, provide mobile services. As the name suggests, MagtiCom has priority, has much better coverage and antenna coverage throughout Georgia and may be your first choice. The cost of these three operators is very close and not very different.

MagtiCom SIM cards with the name Magti, Bali or Bonnie can be purchased at the airport or all branches of this operator for the price of 1 Georgian Lari (equivalent to 1.5 Tomans).

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Security during a trip to Tbilisi

Georgia is in the world rankings in terms of global security indicators and can be said to be high security. Georgia is ranked 85, which means it is higher than countries like Switzerland, Jordan, US and Iran.

A closer look at Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, compared to Tehran, shows that the city's security index stands at about 80%, with a 40% difference. Also, crime rates in Tbilisi are very low, such as theft, purse, narcotics, etc.

It is interesting to note that walking safety is rated "very high" in Tbilisi and "high" at night, according to statistics.

So you can safely pick up Tbilisi and travel safely.
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The best season in Tbilisi

Tbilisi is located in the Northern Hemisphere, south of the Caucasus region, between the Black Sea and the Caucasus Mountains. Because the humid climate is humid and humid, we see hot summers and relatively cold winters in Tbilisi. Most of the time there is significant rainfall in Tbilisi and other parts of Georgia, with long dry and low rainfall periods. The mild climate in the city means that you will see four distinct and remarkable seasons in Tbilisi. Although you can travel to Tbilisi all year long, some times are better than others.

Hottest times of the year (summer): During the months of July and August, we will see the hottest times of the year. However, often the highest daily temperature is around 28 to 32 degrees Celsius. Nighttime temperatures will drop to 15 degrees Celsius in these three months. There is very little rainfall in the last month of summer and most of the time it remains dry.

The coldest time of year (winter): On average, December and January are the coldest times in Tbilisi. The highest daily temperature during the two months reaches up to 10 degrees Celsius and the temperature drops below 1degrees Celsius at night. Sometimes the temperatures are so low at night that the water freezes, which is not common.

Most rainy season (spring): The highest amount of rain falls in Georgia from April to June.

So the best season to travel to Tbilisi is Spring and Autumn. During these two seasons, the climate is temperate and there is a pleasant rainfall.
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Don't worry about language!

 

One of the most frequently asked questions of carnival users in comments is the question of language and how to communicate in a foreign country. So we've prepared a complete article about all sorts of ways to communicate with you, showing you how to speak a country language, travel to that country and enjoy your trip.

If you don't speak any other language than Farsi, or English is the only language you know, don't miss reading this useful article:
 
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Last word

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Georgia-Azerbaijan strategic partnership, joint regional projects and the development of economic cooperation between the two countries were key issues discussed at the meeting of Georgian Prime Minister Georgi Kvirikashvili and Azerbaijani Economy Minister Shirin Mustafa.

The two met on March 6 at the Georgian government building in Tbilisi, where the prime minister said Georgia's strategic cooperation with Azerbaijan was of great importance and that cooperation was very important for Georgia.

The two sides positively assessed the annual turnover between the two countries. The positive trend in the development of cooperation in the tourism sector was also highlighted, which resulted in a significant increase in the number of Azeri tourists in Georgia.

At a meeting of Azerbaijani and Georgian representatives, Shahin Mustafaov stressed that increasing the volume of cargo transportation via Baku-Tbilisi-Kars (BTK) is very important.

The main goal is to increase the volume of freight transport via the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway and to explore ways to make effective use of the opportunities available. Much attention should be paid to the development of passenger transport through BTK, which creates wide opportunities for tourism.

"Thanks to our joint efforts, we will reach our goal," Mustafaov told the Azerbaijani media.

The Azerbaijani delegation also met with Georgian First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development Dmitry Qomishishli and Interior Minister Georgi Gakhari.

The parties also noted that the BTK railway as well as other projects will play an important role in the development of the South Caucasus, but also for the development of Europe, the European Union and Asia.

It turned out that the volume of trade between Azerbaijan and Georgia increased by 17% in 2017 and exports to Georgia increased by 13%.

The Azerbaijani delegation includes senior officials from the Ministries of Economy and Finance, the State Oil Fund, the Azerbaijan CJSC Railways, the CJSC Baku International Trade Port and the CJSC Marine Caspian Sea of ​​Azerbaijan.

 

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Georgia celebrates International Women's Day

Today, Georgia celebrates World Women's Day (WD).

This day persuades women and acts as a reminder of the importance of gender equality and women's rights.

This is a national holiday in Georgia. It is customary for men and boys to buy flowers and other gifts for women; women also celebrate each other's day.

International Women's Day is celebrated on March 8 each year and commemorates the women's rights movement.

While the first observance of a women's day was held in New York on February 28, 1909, March 8 was proposed by the 1910 International Women's Conference to become an International Women's Day.

March 8 became a national holiday after women were cast in the Russian Council in 1917. This day is mostly celebrated by the socialist movement and the communist countries since they were accepted by the United Nations in 1975.

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The lari is one of the most stable currencies in the region. - Minister of Finance Mamuka Bakhtadze told Bloomberg when speaking about the fluctuations of the national currency in 2107:

 

"Of course, national currency fluctuations are one of our biggest economic challenges, partly due to the high dollar rate. We have a comprehensive, long-term plan to address that challenge. Currency in our region, you will find the lari one of the most sustainable Currencies are in the region. We expect the fluctuations to be significantly lower, given the policy, which helps lower the dollar's level in the economy. "

The finance minister also discussed Georgia's vision, relations with other countries and future trade under Bloomberg's supervision. He also talked about working with the United States, saying that Georgia has become a distinct country in the region.

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Tbilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladz said while commenting on former mayor Alexander Elisashvili. It is unclear why I should explain about a man who did nothing, a man who is unemployed and useless.

Kaladzeh said the development of the night economy was a promise before the election and will certainly keep it going.

"It is not clear why I should comment on a man who has not created anything, a man who is unemployed and useless. I saw that the majority of the population supports the capital. I am committed to making pre-election promises. I will definitely make Tbilisi a city full of life.

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According to the German Embassy in Georgia, in January alone, 700 Georgian citizens applied for asylum in Germany, almost 100% of whom were rejected.

In addition, the embassy said a number of Georgian citizens seeking asylum are on the rise.

"Germany, as a close friend and friend of Georgia for decades, for Georgian citizens in March 2017, has strengthened visa-free travel, cultural, economic and public relations between Germany and Georgia. For several months, the number of Georgian citizens requesting Asylum application in Germany increased, though most applications were rejected, the number of asylum seekers tripled, 700 Georgian citizens applied for asylum in Germany in January alone, and almost 100% refused. A similar situation has been observed in other EU countries.

 

A significant increase in the number of people illegally residing in Germany or applying for asylum directly raises concerns for the German federal government, so it needs to respond quickly and effectively. In addition, irrespective of the actions taken at national and EU level, you will be given special importance in working with the Georgian government to substantially reduce the abuse of visa-free travel. That is why Germany wants to expand its close cooperation on accession issues with Georgia. In addition, Germany bans entry into the Schengen area for those who are denied asylum.

 

"Fast and sustained changes are needed to strengthen the visa-free regime," the German embassy said.

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