Major airports in Georgia
Tbilisi international airport (IATA Code:TBS)
The Airport is 17 Km away from the city.
Kutaisi international airport(IATA Code:KUT)
The Airport is 14 Km away from the city.
Batumi international airport (IATA Code:BUS).
The Airport is just 2 Km from the city.
Mobile coverage in Georgia is good.
Internet connectivity and speed in Georgia is one of the best in Eurasia!
Power(Electric) sockets are Type C (2 Pin not grounded 2.5A 220-240 V) and Type F (2 Pin grounded 16A.220-240V)
Georgian lari (GEL) is the national currency of Georgia, however Euro and USD are accepted widely. We recommend the use of local currency, or one may run into small issues such as not getting proper change in return, especially with coins.
All major cities (Tbilisi, Batumi, Kutaisi) have exchange facilities.
Major credit cards (Visa/Master) are accepted at most of the big hotels and stores in these cities.
Tbilisi is connected to Batumi and Kutaisi by Georgian railway; there are direct lines to Baku (Azerbaijan) and Yerevan(Armenia) as well. Road network in Georgia is still developing (highways are being upgraded to European standards), however most part of the country has road connectivity. Minibuses called “Marshrutka"s are everywhere and the charges are moderate. Taxis are plenty and mostly reliable