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Flights to Georgia


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Bounded to the north by Russia, to east by Azerbaijan, to south by Armenia and to southwest by Turkey, Georgia is one of the most popular holiday destinations of the Caucasians by its deep-rooted history of 1500 years and prosperous culture. As a land under the domination of many great empires and states like the Seljukians, Romans, Ottomans and Russia throughout its history, Georgia attaches great importance to its deep-rooted background and national culture. In addition, the dynamism of the youth population is intensively felt in its vivacious streets. Thus, Georgia bursts into more prominence in tourism each passing day. Satisfying the needs of travelers of all styles, the country draws more tourists day by day, blending the past perfectly with the contemporary.

If you are dreaming of a peaceful holiday to witness the cultural background and enjoy a pleasant atmosphere in its entertaining towns or mountain villages, have a look at the flights to Georgia offered by Turkish Airlines now and start planning your travel to this marvelous country.

Flight Details

Georgia flight details

Turkish Airlines flies to two different destinations in Georgia: Tbilisi Airport (TBS) in the capital Tbilisi, and Batumi Airport (BUS) in the country’s most popular city Batumi. Flights taking off from Istanbul Airport (IST) or Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport (SAW) take two to two and a half hours in average.

The air traffic between Georgia and Turkey may be busy all year round, thanks to the country’s geographic proximity to Turkey, the similar climatic conditions, as well as the close relations between these two countries throughout the history. This air traffic gets even busier especially in the spring and summer months. A wide range of events like the Theater Fest and Tbilisi Jazz Festival, which welcome a considerable number of visitors all around the world take place in summertime. You may plan your visit to Georgia during these events to turn your holiday into more enjoyable moments. However, it would be advisable to book your flights in advance, taking into account the busy air traffic countrywide in the festival season.

Attraction Points

Georgia sightseeing and attractions

Georgia offers a large number of cities and regions especially in history and cultural tourism. Batumi and Tbilisi are the vital destinations in the country, serving as the most popular tourist attractions countrywide.

Situated on the banks of the Kura River, the capital Tbilisi is simply enthralling. The Old Town District full of colorful buildings and passages is the favorite spot of tourists. Sulphur baths in this district should definitely be seen, together with the famous Gabriadze Theater and the Leaning Clock Tower with a distinctive architecture. The Bridge of Peace on the Kura River, on the other hand, connects the old and new Tbilisi with each other since 2010, which is appealing with its interesting architectural details. Rustaveli Avenue, starting from the Freedom Square, is regarded as the heart of the city. Tbilisi is home to the country’s best museums as well. Georgian National Museum, Tbilisi Museum of Ethnography, which is the sole open-air museum countrywide, and the Numismatics Museum where the country’s history of money circulation from the centuries B.C is exhibited, are just a few of the numerous museums the city harbors. Book your flight to Tbilisi now to set your travel plan if you are also fond of cultural tourism and enjoy a delightful visit to this lovely capital.

Batumi is an extremely popular holiday destination countrywide by its long coastline and historic buildings. The city serves both to the culture and sea tourism by its vast boulevards, verdant parks surrounded by sculptures, pure coasts, and its distinctive and impressive architecture preserving the historic fabric filled with the traces of Roman, Byzantine, Pontus, Ottoman and Soviets... If you are interested in history as much as entertainment, book your flight to Batumi now to take the first step to your dream holiday.

Georgia offers numerous destinations to visit, apart from Tbilisi and Georgia. Gori, the birthplace of Josef Stalin, where the Soviet effects can clearly be seen, is just one hour drive away from the capital Tbilisi. Bazaleti Lake is another must-see spot close to the capital, attracting by its SPA saloons, luxury restaurants and unique landscape. Vardzia Cave Monastery is a remarkable spot close to the country’s borderline with Turkey, declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, just like many other monasteries within the boundaries of Georgia… Jvari Monastery, Samtavro Monastery, Samtavsi Cathedral and Swetitskhoveli Church are only a few of the stunning artifacts declared as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.

Note that the alternatives of car rental are also available if you are interested in a private transport while visiting all these magnificent structures in Georgia. You would therefore be free to set your own route to start discovering this fascinating country.

Popular destinations in Georgia