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This new edition of Bradt's Georgia, the only dedicated guide to the...
Series: Bradt Travel Guides
By: Tim Burford
288 pages, 16pp colour photos & 14 maps
At the crossroads of Europe and Asia, Georgia unassumingly offers visitors the best of the Caucasus region - beautiful churches, wild and unspoiled countryside perfect for hiking and cycling, welcoming locals, homemade wines and marathon toasting. With up-to-date details on a growing number of ecotourism and adventure-tourism initiatives and the latest on the political situation and break-away states, Bradt's Georgia aids you in avoiding meal-time faux pas, reveals the country's hidden cultural treasures and offers practical details on varied activities from countryside caving, visiting ancient pagan ruins or tackling four litres of wine in a sitting. A land of cultural and natural diversity, Georgia greets you with open arms and an open bottle - or two.
- The Sunday Times
'This book provides vital information not elsewhere available... it is good on travelling, eating and accommodation.'
- Times Literary Supplement
- The Daily Telegraph
Introduction Chapter 1 Background Information Chapter 2 Practical Information Chapter 3 Tbilisi Chapter 4 Shida (Inner) Kartli Chapter 5 The Georgian Military Highway Chapter 6 Samtskhe-Javakheti Chapter 7 Imereti, Racha and Mingrelia Chapter 8 Svaneti Chapter 9 Adjara Chapter 10 Kakheti Chapter 11 Kvemo (Lower) Kartli Appendix I Georgian Language Appendix 2 Further Information Index
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Tim Burford spent five years in publishing before writing hiking and ecotourism guides for Bradt. He is the author of Bradt's Chile, Dresden and Uruguay.
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