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WELCOME to Georgia

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Bakhmaro Resort to See Improvements

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Price Tag for Upper Svaneti Ski Resorts

Start of the Winter Season in Abastumani

One of the highest mountain resorts in Georgia, Bahkmaro has been chosen for rennovation. Bakhmaro is situated in the Chokhatauri district, 2050 meters above sea level and in terms of medical tourism it is one of the best resorts. Various infrastructural facilities will be built on 6000 square meters territory. Before the 2012 summer season the hotel, open cinema, amphitheatre, sports square, pharmacies and supermarkets will be built in Bakhmaro. Children’s recreational area and access paths to infrastructural facilities will be arranged as well. To develop the skiing sport, construction of ski-tracks with

length 2 km is planned. It should be noted that Bakhmaro is a unique resort can take guests the whole year. By the government’s decision, the Austrian company and Georgian specialists have studied the potential of the resort and Bakhmaro has received positive reviews.

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In Abastumani the winter season will open on December 25. Abastumani Tourism Association notes that there are 3 hotels in Abastumani and the cost of a standard room starts from 60 GEL. They further note that both Georgian and foreign tourists will be bound for the resort area this season. Accordin to the Association, Abastumani is a climate-balneology resort and it is famous for its thermal waters. They also

The Georgian government has committed to spend 49 million GEL for the Upper Svaneti ski infrastructure development, the highest inhabited area in the Caucasus. Funding meant for the purpose have not been envisaged in the initial version of the next year’s budget. In a revised version a new article has appeared in the financing of Economy and Sustainable Development Ministry – ski infrastructure development in Upper Svaneti Region. In total 49 million GEL should be spent for this project, from which 8 million is state funds, the remaining 41 million in loans.

International Christmas Trade Fair The best products on Georgia’s Market Within the project - “Products in Georgia…” of” Publishing house “Navigator” in 1617th of December, 2011, in shopping mall “GTC” (3 Vekua Str., Tbilisi) will be held the third international trade-fair - “Products in Georgia”. On fair there will be represented the products of leading companies existing on Georgia’s markets and service with special discount system.

Another winter resort, Kedelebi, will be opened in Ajara in December. The Municipality of Khulo says it has already arranged a ski area and 2 cable lifts for skiing. It is also planning to

construct cottages in this resort. In Keda at this time only guesthoses host tourists, with prices ranging from 20 to 30GEL per night. For additional information: the resort “Kedelebi” is situated on the peak Goguri.

New Cable Way in Tbilisi In Tbilisi construction has already started on a new suspended cable car, which will connect the park of Rike

and Narikala. According to City Hall, the construction will be finished by 2012 and the cable car will be equipped with modern technologies. Maximum 9-12 persons will be served by the cable car. What the cost of completing this project will be is unknown at this time.

The trade-fair also service to establish business relationship between Georgian and foreign companies and to promote their possible collaboration. During the fair there will be arranged the presentations of products represented by the companies and different events.

said that the number of tourists has significantly increased, but they don’t name the specific figures.

The new offer for railway passengers For satisfaction of passengers’ requirements and improvement of service, Georgian Railway LLC has improved even more the rules of passengers transportation and according to demand has made following changes: the service of passengers’ transportation of separate groups (10 persons and more) will be carried out

the basis of preliminary application and purchasing term of booked places at cash payment will be no more than 3 days after application reception, and at non-cash payment – no more than 5 working bank days after application reception. Besides, the passenger has the right to return ticket – if ticket is returned not later than 15 hours before

Canadian Aqua Park construction in Anaklia Canadian company White Water has launched aqua park construction in Anaklia, a town and seaside resort in western Georgia near the administrative border with Abkhazia, the Georgian economy minister stated. In Vera Kobalia’s words, the company has been specializing in aqua parks design and construction since 1981. According to the minister, a modern aqua park equipped with various recreational facilities will create a more comfortable environment for tourists. The Minister of Economy noted that there was a great interest of foreign investors in the tourist zone of Anaklia: 3 High-class hotels have already been built in Anaklia, a 90-room hotel is under construction and an additional 5 more hotels will be built in the near future.

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train departure,; 85% of cost of the ticket – from 15 to 4 hours before train departure, 70% of cost of the ticket – less than 4 hours before the train departure. Return of tickets is possible even after the moment of train departure, if has passed no more than 3 hours. We remind that all information telephone

numbers of GR are replaced by 24 hour information service and hotline number – 055, where it is possible to receive any necessary information on transportation.

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Imereti – Heart of Georgia Imereti is one a historical-geographical region of Western Georgia. The capital city is Kutaisi. Location Imereti is a region in western Georgia occupying 66,000 square kilometers with a population of 800,000. Imereti occupies 12 administrative entities, 11 districts – Khoni, Terjola, Baghdat, Sachkhere, Vani, Kharagauli, Tskaltubo, Zestaponi, turizmi.kutaisi.gov.ge - Georgian web-page turizm.kutaisi.gov.ge - Russian web-page tourism.kutaisi.gov.ge - English web-page

Tkibuli and Samtredia. The administrative centre is Kutaisi, located 220 kilometres away from Tbilisi. Two airports are functioning in Kutaisi. The nearest port is Poti, just 102 kilometres from the city. Imereti is divided into upper and lower Imeretia. Geographically it is located in central Georgia. It borders Racha–Lechkhumi and lower Svanetia to the north, Shida Kartlito the east, Guria, Megrelia and upper Svanetia to the west. Since ancient times Imereti has been an important transport corridor connecting Europe and Asia. Geography Imereti is divided into upper and lower Imereti. To the north it is surrounded by Likhi Ridge, to the west it is bordered by River Tskhenitskali, to the North of it there is situated Caucasus Ridge, but to the South there are Phersati or Meskheti Mountains. The landscapes of Imereti lowland are covered with Colchis plants. Imereti’s forests are rich with animals and plants. Climate The lowland of Imereti represents the east part of Colchis lowland with the subtropical climate of the sea. Winter is warm and mild, summer hot. The average temperature of the year is 11-15 C. Precipitation reaches 1300-1800 in a year. History In the 13th century B.C. on the territory of Colchis there existed a great union of Colchis tribes. Later on that location the early class of Georgian State was formed. Its name Colchis was mentioned for the first time in 12th and 11th centuries B.C. in eastern sources. Kolkha, as it is mentioned in Urartian sources in the 8th century B.C., was a powerful and rich kingdom, which was consistently fighting against the kingdoms of Urartu and Diaokh. It was the era of Colchis’ renaissance when its influence spread to the east coast. In the 7th and 6th centuries B.C. after the fall of Kolkha, a powerful and independent kingdom of Colchis was established and was well-known throughout the ancient world. It was through Colchis that the Argonauts travelled to obtain the Golden Fleece. The myth shows that in the ancient Kingdom of Colchis they had developed metallurgy,

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agriculture, wine and viticulture, shipbuilding, maritime and medicine at a high level. Especially famous was the gold of Colchis, and in Greek sources Colchis was known as the country of much gold. In the 6-4th c.c. they began to make silver money called Kolkhuri tetri (white of Colchis). The results of archaeological excavations confirm that primitive inhabitants lived in Imereti in the era of Paleolithic. The ancient settlement of Vani was one of the most important strongholds of ancient Colchis’ powerful kingdom. It is named as one of the possible cities of King Aieti, as according to different opinions Aieti’s city could be Kutaisi, Vani or Poti. According one of the versions, Vani was the city of goddess Levkotea mentioned by Strabon. Vani already existed in 8th century BC. and ceramic materials founded there are dated to the same period. The renaissance of Vani includesc two periods: 6-4th centuries B.C. and 3-1st centuries BC. As early as the sixth century BC there existed one of the administrative centers and the residence of ruling class. Nowadays there are a museum of Vani and the city ruins. The ancient cultural hubs are found throughout Imereti: in Vani, Kutaisi, Geguti, Vartsikhe (Rodopolis), Shorapani, Terjola, Kharagauli and many others. Because of their favorable geographical location, those places had strategic and economic-political significance. There were the big trade roads including the Silk Road that contributed the development of culture and trade.

homemade wine and very delicious food which differs from the other Georgian regions by its variety. Visitors enjoy a traditional table (supra) ceremony of feasting and drinking wine, which includes eloquent toastmasters displaying great respect to guests and an incomparable sense of festivity and merriment. Cuisine The Imeretian cuisine is very diverse. The food characterizing this region includes Imeretian cheese, Khachapuri,

Tours in Imereti Imereti Tourism and Resort Association Address: 8 Kaukchashvili str., Kutaisi, Imereti, Georgia Tel.: +995 431 24 67 84; Cell: +995 577 46 27 09 Fax.: +995 431 24 67 84 E-mail: imerturi@yahoo.com www.imertour.com Galantravel LTD Tel.: +995 431 25 53 65 Cell: +995 593 31 68 53; www.travelgeorgia.gol.ge Bagrati 1003 Address: 2a Tsereteli II lane, Kutaisi, Imereti, Georgia Cell: +995 597 40 59 06; Tel.: +995 431 23 55 00 Fax.: +995 431 24 91 88 E-mail: travel.info@bagrati1003.ge www.bagrati1003.ge Kolkhituri Address: 8 Kaukchashvili str., Kutaisi, Imereti, Georgia Tel.: +995 431 25 03 16 Cell: +995 593 11 86 98

Tourist Resources There are more than two hundred historical monuments in the Imereti region. The Imereti region is known for its remarkable location extending from the humid subtropics, alpine meadows and numerous health spas to a large number of mineral water springs. Among the numerous historical monuments of the region are Gelati Monastery and Bagrati Cathedral, which have been included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Imeretian people are famous for their fabulous hospitality, which like friendship is one of the codes by which they live. They usually treat their guests to

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Pelamushi, Mchadi, Lobio and different spinach dishes. Kachapuri is a delicious food – cheese rolled in thin flat dough, which is baked either in pan or ketsi. This famous dish for which Georgians are known comes in many varieties depending on the region. In Imereti it is thin and airy. Other dishes include “mchadi” – corn cakes, and “ekala” – spinach prepared with different herbs. And don’t forget to try Imeretian cheeses, including curd with mint, a local delicacy.

CTC - Caucasus Travel Center Address: 8 E. Takaishvili Street, 5400, Tskaltubo, Imereti, Georgia. Tel.: +995 790 94 49 62 Fax.: +995 436 22 41 96 Cell: +995 599 94 49 62 E-mail: ctctour@gmail.com; ctctour@mail.ru Skype: elguja909 www.ctctour.ge AST Travel Address: 53 Leselidze str., Old Tbilisi Center, Tbilisi, Georgia Tel.: +995 32 272 25 05; +995 790 22 40 40 Cell: +995 591 61 19 19

E-mail: info.asttravel@gmail.com; abroad.asttravel@gmail.com www.asttravel.ge Global Travel Address: 18 Shartava, Tbilisi, Georgia Tel.: +995 32 223 18 33; +995 32 218 29 69 E-mail: marketing@globaltravel.ge www.globaltravel.ge Universal Travel Address: 7 Ts. Dadiani str., Shopping center Karvasla, V floor, Tbilisi, Georgia Tel.: +995 32 223 61 42; +995 32 266 58 68 Fax.: +995 32 266 58 68 Cell: +995 593 98 83 48 E-mail: unitravelge@yahoo.com www.unitravel.ge My Way Address: 14, I Abashidze str., 0179, Tbilisi, Georgia Tel.: +995 32 223 44 06; +995 32 223 44 07 E-mail: travel@mywaytravel.ge www.mywaytravel.ge Travel Shop Address: 10 I Abashidze, 0179, Tbilisi, Georgia Tel.: +995 32 242 04 20 Fax.: +995 32 223 14 88 E-mail: info@travelshop.ge www.travelshop.ge Berika Address: 2 Mtskheta str., 0179, Tbilisi, Georgia Tel.: +995 32 222 29 41; +995 32 222 13 41 E-mail: berika@berika.ge; incoming@berika.ge www.berika.ge

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Kutaisi – the Second Capital of Georgia Kutaisi was founded more than 3,500 years ago. According to Greek mythology, Kutaisi was the city where Jason stole the Golden Fleece. Kutaisi is the gateway to West and North Georgia located on the junction of the main East-West highway and the road to Russia

Kutaisi is the second largest city in Georgia after Tbilisi. It is situated in the central part of the Imereti Region on both banks of the river Rioni. The distance to Tbilisi is 220 Km, 100 Km to Black sea and

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the same distance to the amazing mountain regions of Racha, Lechkhumi, Samegrelo and Svaneti. That is why it was considered to be a manufacturing, educational, cultural and touristic center not only in the region but in the whole western part of the country throughout Georgian history. The city is located on both the main roadways and railways intersecting the country. The airport is 125300 meters above sea level. According to the census of 2002 the population of the town including refugees is 186,000 people. The territory of the town is 7000 hectares 2/3 of which is inhabited. The town is divided

into 12 municipal territories. Low-mountainous Okriba borders to the northeast of Kutaisi, Samgurali mountain to the north, Kolkhi Valley to the southeast. The population of the town mainly inhabits the plain. The northern districts of the town are situated on the hills on both banks of the river Rioni. The southern part of the town is on Sapichkhia hillock which is one of the terraces of the river Rioni. The climate of the town is temperately humid subtropical. Winter is temperately warm and dry and summer is hot. Eastern wind often blows. Average annual temperature is 14. 5 C that is different by 5C from other districts of Imereti Region. Annual precipitation is about 1730 mg a year. The length of main automobile roads of the town is 312km. Kutaisi is an inseparable part of Georgia’s cultural life and its traditions were formulated over hundreds of years. Famous writers and poets were brought up here. There are opera and folk song festivals and art expositions held every year in Kutaisi. Population: 186,400 Total area: 65 sq. km Elevation from sea level: 80 m - 120 m Main Sectors: Trade, Industry, Transport

Main industries and products: Food industry (meat, dairy, mineral water, alcoholic beverages); Wood processing (semi-finished products, furniture); Textile

industry (natural silk, carpets, ready-to wear clothing); Mineral processing (Chalk, cement, color pigments); Machine-building (agricultural equipment, oil pumps, tractors, trucks, car parts, hoists).

Hotels of Kutaisi Hotel „Bagrati“ Address: 2 a 2 nd alley Tsereteli str., Kutaisi, Imereti, Georgia Tel.: +995 431 24 75 76 +995 431 25 33 02 Cell: +995 591 22 93 93 +995 597 67 17 17 Fax.: +995 431 24 91 88 E-mail: info@bagrati1003.ge www. Bagrati1003.ge Hotel “Aietis Sasakhle” (Aeetes’ Castle) Address: 34 Tabidze str., Kutaisi, Imereti, Georgia Tel.: +995 431 24 44 07; +995 431 25 35 03 Cell: +995 599 515 676

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Cell: +995 555 52 65 06 E-mail: kutaisi2008@rambler.ru

Hotel “Europe” Address: Highway of Samtredia, Imereti, Georgia Cell: +995 599 69 77 08

Hotel “Aia” Address: 8 Chavchavadze str., Kutaisi, Imereti, Georgia Tel.: +995 431 22 36 76 Cell: +995 593 46 68 99

Hotel “Betsi” Address: VII turn of youth, Kutaisi, Imereti, Georgia Tel.: +995 790 367 360 Cell: +995 555 34 07 60 Hotel “Oasis” Address: 9 Brose str., Kutaisi, Imereti, Georgia Tel.: +995 431 25 31 56

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Hotel “Alaverdi” Address: 23 Bukia str., Kutaisi, Imereti, Georgia Tel.: +995 431 27 20 82 Cell: +995 599 71 64 40 Hotel “Gelati” Address: 4 turn, 26 May II, Kutaisi, Imereti, Georgia

Tel.: +995 431 24 80 74 Cell: +995 577 76 42 58 E-mail: natela4@yahoo.com www.gelati1.narod.ru Hotel “Imeri” Address: 25 Nikea str., Kutaisi, Imereti, Georgia Tel.: +995 431 23 99 99 +995 431 23 48 23; Cell: +995 599 45 57 92 www.imerihotel.com Hotel “Imperial” Address: 28 Mchedlidze str., Kutaisi, Imereti, Georgia Cell: +995 579 19 19 39

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Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park is situated in the central part of Georgia and it is also part of Lesser Caucasus. This is one of the largest parks in Europe, covering 85 000 hectares that is nearly 1 % of Georgia’s total area. The majority of mountain forests are still in pristine condition. In the forests of Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park, in its subalpine and alpine

meadows you can see numerous endemic and relict flora samples and rare representatives of fauna. First National Park in the Caucasus Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park is the first national park in Caucasus. It was established in 1995 with the support of World Wild Fund (WWF) and the German Government and it was officially opened in 2001. Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park in 2007 joined the network of Protected Areas Network in Europe (PAN Park www. panpark.org). Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park was established for the protection of

a variety of wildlife, especially mountain untouched forests. Tourist Infrastructure In this park there are 9 tourist routes differing from each other in complexity and duration. The height of trails varies in altitude from 450-2642 meters. It is possible to arrange tours lasting a few hours or more serious routes including 5 days hiking on the territory of National Park. Along the trails there are stopovers located where visitors can stay overnight. In addition to this there are arranged places for picnic and camping. A network of trails invites you to experience the stunning variety of blossoming plants, breathtaking views and a magical atmosphere. In addition to the untouched beauty of the national park, the surrounding villages are rich with medieval history, cottage industries and legendary Georgian hospitality. Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park also offers to visitors riding and cycling tours. www.nationalpark.ge Ajameti The state reservation of Ajameti in the Baghdati district is founded in 1935 and is located 15 kilometers away from Kutaisi. The reservation contains rare oak forests, animals and birds. The main goal of the state reservation of Ajameti is to propagate

Resort Tskaltubo Imereti is popular for its mineral waters and resorts. Sairme, Nunisi, Sulor, Vani and Tskaltubo are popular in all former Soviet countries. Fifty three resorts are available nowadays in Imereti. Takaltubo, center of the region with the same name, is a balneological health resort (spa) located about 240km from Tbilisi in western Georgia, near Kutaisi, at an altitude of 120m. The spa resort complex includes sanatoriums, bath-houses, clinics, dispensaries, hotels and etc. The resort can operate throughout the year and during Soviet times it used to be frequented by more than 100,000 visitors annually with an average stay of 18 days. After the break-up of the Soviet Union, Tskaltubo lost its visitor base and in 1993 its sanatoriums became a shelter for the refugees from Abkhazia. Today Tskaltubo is a renewed resort with many tourists in all seasons of the year. Currently Tskaltubo has a population of about 16,000 plus 6,000 refugees from Abkhazia. It hosts more than

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4,000 tourists annually. On a territory surrounded by hills and hillocks and green plants, warm mineral springs are scattered that have been shown to have excellent results in the treatment of rheumatism and many other ailments. They use certain techniques of bath-mak-

and study Georgian flora and fauna and samples of Colchis forest. Sataplia The Sataplia reservation is situated on the Sataplia mountain, near Kutaisi. The total area of this reservation is 354 hectares. There are many karst caves on the territory of the reservation. The most interesting is the “Sataplia Cave” situated on the Samgurali hill. It is corridor type cave with branches and halls. A little river flows there that has been cutting the cave for 30 million years. In one of the halls there is a well in which the waterfall is falling, and at

the bottom is a small lake. There are also about 200 footprints of dinosaur, those are engraved on the limestones on two-tier. To the north there is a rocky relief covered with turizmi.kutaisi.gov.ge - Georgian web-page turizm.kutaisi.gov.ge - Russian web-page tourism.kutaisi.gov.ge - English web-page

flowers. In this rock there are many families of bees which offer the cave its name since in Georgian “Sataplia” means the place where there is much honey. Sataplia Cave is wellbuilt and on the territory of the cave there is a functioning bio-speleology museum.

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Hotel “Marelisi” Address: Village Marelisi, Kharagauli, Imereti, Georgia Cell: +995 593 13 86 16 E-mail: ko20@mail.ru

Hotel “Ugheltexili” Address: 8 King Solomon str., Kharagauli, Imereti, Georgia Cell: +995 593 13 86 16

“Prometheus” Cave • Location – underground, • General direction – South West • Number of Halls – more than 15 • Length of Tourist route in the cave – 1060 m. • Maximum height – 21 m. Air temperature – 15-17 • Water temperature 13-14 “Prometheus” cave is one of the richest caves of Europe. It is characterized by the variety of underground rivers and beautiful landscapes. Golden Fleece cave meets all needs of international level tourism. Walking route for tourists is 1060 m. Also tourists can sail on an underground lake (280m). In nearby territories where there are other caves speleological tours can be organized.

The total length of these caves is 15 555 m. • Tours for those who are interested in extreme tours and can be organized. • One day route on foot/by horses can be organized (6 km). Tourists can walk in forests, visit complex of caves. • Tourist camps can be organized on the territory.

Tskaltubo is a very important place for tourism. Near Tskaltubo there are ancient and unique architectural monuments such as: Geguti fortress, Gelati Cloister

monuments throughout the whole world. In addition to this there are also museums of folklore and fine art. Nowadays the resort offers guests a full package of service: 15 kinds of treatments in bath procedures, comfortable and modern hotels and many sights. Tskaltubo is connected to the capital city, Tbilisi, also Russia, Armenia, Azerbaijan and other countries by the automobile, railway and air ways, making a visit to Tskaltubo both easy and interesting. Visit Tskaltubo for unforgettable memories and good health. www.tskaltuboresort.ge

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Complex, Motsameta, Nikortsminda, Vani, Nakalakevi and many century-old histories. In Takaltubo, in the preserve of Sataplia, there are preserved dinosaur tracks more than a million years old and considered by scientists as one of the rarest

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ing. During the process of treatment the water is continuously flowing in and out of bath until the end of the procedure, which constantly maintains the water’s physical, chemical and healing properties and temperature uniformity. These mineral waters include the ingredients at least at the lower edge of the allowed limit.

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JSC “BALNEOSERVICE” Bath house # 6 (“Stalin Spring”) Address: Park of resort, Tskaltubo, 5400, Georgia Tel.: +995 436 22 26 05 Cell: +995 599 49 91 12 +995 599 98 68 02 +995 599 94 49 62 www.welcome.ge/tskhaltubosparesort Hotel “Sami Datvi” (Three Bears) Address: Territory of Central Park, Tskaltubo, Georgia

Cell: +995 599 35 43 77 “Oasis” Address: 23 Rustaveli str., Tskaltubo, Georgia Tel.: +995 436 22 49 49 Cell: +995 599 16 39 17 Sanatorium “Tskaltubo” Address: 1. Paliashvili str., Tskaltubo, Georgia Tel.: +995 436 22 20 49 Cell: +995 599 24 70 47 www.tskaltubokurort.ge

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Hotel House Yerevan Address: 42 Arami str. Yerevan, 0002, Armenia Phone: 00 374 10 583800, 00 374 10 587900 Fax: 00 374 10 583800 E-mail: info@hotelhouse.am Skype: hotelhouse777

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VALENSIA Hotel and Resort two-storied Diplomatic Suits offer guests the opportunity to work in comfort and enjoy relaxing atmosphere in the well-furnished rooms. The suits have been exclusively redesigned with the convenience and fully equipped with the latest technology. The business traveler or holidaying family will both appreciate the improvements made to the guestrooms. 40 Myasnikyan Ave. Yerevan 0025 Tel.: (+374 10) 524 000, 543 573; Fax: (+374 10) 543 571 E-mail: valensiareservation@xgroup.am URL: www.xgroup.am


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feel the warmness Yerevan, as an ancient cultural and historical city attractive for tourism, has great potential to offer various competitive tourism products and high-quality services to international tourism market. Yerevan Municipality is developing a new framework of offers and projects on improving the appropriate institutional and investment environment. Highlighting the role of Yerevan as a tourism development center of RA, great attention is paid to the necessity of making the city accessible and perceptible as a brand in the world. Therefore a series of measures directed to developing the city have been initiated. Yerevan Municipality has developed a “Yerevan City Tour” touristic program. For this purpose, two double-deck red buses have already been acquired. “Yerevan City Tour” started on the eve of 20th anniversary of the independence of Republic of Armenia. Yerevan City Tour is an official city tour of Yerevan and it is organized by Yerevan Municipality. This program will give the opportunity to have a tour about Yerevan, visit its historical and cultural sights. Through the multi-language system (Armenian, Russian, English, German, French and Farsi) during the tour visitors can listen to interesting explanations and comments about history, culture, architecture, nature of Yerevan, and its beauty values in general. “Yerevan City Tour” consists of 8 stops which cover many city attractions. Moreover, the tickets are valid for 4 hours that is the passengers will have the opportunity to stay longer in the station and to continue the route by the next bus. So if you want to learn more about Yerevan, welcome to old and new Yerevan- the city of history, city of sun, warmness and hospitality! For details find us www.facebook.com/pages/Yerevan-City-Tour or call us by +3741 0 514230 Unit of tourism development programs of Yerevan Municipality Email: tourizm@yerevan.am


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MANANA’S ART SALON Add.: 12 Baratashvili str., Tbilisi, Georgia Tel.: +995 322 93 25 90 E-mail: tmanana@mail.ru; manana _ t@hotmail.com URL: www.mananaart.ge

Georgian Painters www.welcome.ge/ art _ lalilomtadze

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Galleries Ornament Enamel House Exclusive partitioned enamel of highly artistic and jewellery value Address: 7, Erekle II str., Tbilisi, Georgia Area of Sioni Cathedral / From Leselidze str. Tel.: +/995 322/ 98 90 13; 93 64 12 Working Hours: 11.00–18.00 (Everyday) www.enamel.art.ge www.welcome.ge/gallery_ornament Cameo Gallery Enamel, handmade knives, pictures Address: 11, Rkinis Rigi., Tbilisi, Georgia Area of Metekhi Bridge Tel.: +/995 322/ 43 93 23 Mob.:+/995 593/ 31 92 66 Working Hours: 12:00–22:00 (Everyday) www.gallerycameo.com La Maison Bleue Gallery – Butique – Studio Artistic Textile in interior Exclusive works on silk Address: 94, Barnov str., Tbilisi, Georgia

Close to the Round garden Vake Working Hours: 12.00–18.00 (Everyday). www.welcome.ge/gallery_lamaisonbleue Tinatin Teka Gallery and Tapestry Museum. Teka – Tina Kldiashvili. Fine-fleeced thick felt. Clothes and Accessories Material from natural wool, imitating fur of various animals Address: 19, Shardin str., Tbilisi, Georgia Area of Metekhi Bridge Tel.: +/995 599/ 22 16 83 Working Hours: 12:00–21:00 (Everyday) www.welcome.ge/gallery_texstylet

Qvakutkhedi www.welcome.ge/ lithography Tevdore Artist Lado Tevdoradze (painting) and Amiran Tevzadze present you their art. Address: 6, Erekle Mepe str., Tbilisi, Georgia Tel.: +/995 322/ 98 98 56; Mob.: +/995 599/ 71 01 15; +/995 599/ 72 46 52 Working Hours: 11:00-20:00 (Everyday) www.tevdore.ge

Prospero’s Books

Rustaveli Ave. #34 Tel.: +995 322 92 09 01

Museums and Galleries of Imereti Kutaisi D.Kakabadze Art Gallery Address: 8 Rustaveli Avenue, Kutaisi, Imereti, Georgia Tel.: +995 431 24 23 29

E-mail: kiem@wanex.ge www.histmuseum.ge

Khoni, Imereti, Georgia Tel.: +995 495 22 19 77

Kutaisi Sport Museum Address: 3 IV turn, Paliashvili Street, Kutaisi, Imereti, Georgia Tel.: +995 431 24 28 17

Kutaisi National Museum of Military Glory Address: 2 Mari Brose str. Kutaisi, Imereti, Georgia Tel.: +995 431 24 09 35, +995 431 24 80 47

Irakli Abashvidze House Museum Address: 10 Irakli Abashidze str., Khoni, Imereti, Georgia Cell: +995 595 25 46 48

The Museum of Military Honor of Kutaisi Address: 2 Brose Street, Kutaisi, Imereti, Georgia Tel.: +995 431 24 09 35

Kutaisi Modern Arts Gallery Address: 8 Rustaveli str., Kutaisi, Imereti, Georgia Tel.: +995 431 24 23 29

Kutaisi D. Mkheidze Museum of Photo-Movie Chronicles Address: Ir. Abashidze Street #18, Kutaisi, Imereti, Georgia Tel.: +995 431 27 01 92

Kutaisi-Gelati State Muzeum-Reserve Address: 7 Nazarishvili str., Kutaisi, Imereti, Georgia Tel.: +995 431 24 01 55

Memorial Museum of Zakaria Phaliashvili Address: 23 P. Varlamishvili, Kutaisi, Imereti, Georgia Tel.: +995 431 24 42 57, +995 431 24 09 36 Kutaisi State Historical Museum Address : 1 Tbilisi str. Kutaisi, Imereti, Georgia Tel.: +995 431 24 56 91, +995 431 24 56 77, +995 431 24 49 72, +995 431 25 04 39

Niko Nikoladze House Museum Address: 109 N. Nikoladze str., Village Didi Jikhaishi, Samtredia, Imereti, Georgia Tel.: +995 411 25 15 15, Cell: +995 599 57 83 99 Pictures Gallery os Samtredia Address: 252 Rustaveli str. Samtredia, Imereti, Georgia Tel.: +995 411 22 26 21 +995 411 22 26 21 Khoni Museum of Local Lore Address: 2 Guramishvili str.

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Tskaltubo Museum of Local Lore Address: 37 Rustaveli str., Tskaltubo, Imereti, Georgia Tel.: +995 436 22 31 32 Niko Lortkipanidze House Museum Address: Village Chuneshi, Imereti, Georgia Tel.: +995 240 22 44 88 Galaktion and Titsian Tabidze House Museum Address: Village Chkvishi, Vani, Imereti, Georgia Cell: +995 593 93 56 05 Vani Archaeological Museum Address: Vakhtang Gorgasali str. Vani, Imereti, Georgia Tel.: +995 432 22 16 02 E-mail: info@museum.ge www.museum.ge Chiatura Museum of Local Lore Address : 1 Vakhtang Gorgasali str., Chiatura 5500, Imereti, Georgia Cell: +995 593 60 71 99

Tkibuli Museum Local Lore Address: 12 Konstantine Gamsaxurdia str., Tkibuli, Imereti, Georgia Tel.: +995 497 22 33 01 Vladimer Maikovski House Museum Address: 1 Bagdati str, Bagdati, Imereti, Georgia Tel.: +995 790 94 94 24 David and Sergo Kldiashvili House Museum Address: Village Zeda Simoneti, Terjola District, Imereti, Georgia Cell: +995 599 73 48 95 Zestaponi Museum of Local Lore Address: 27 Aghmashenebeli str., Zestaponi, Imereti, Georgia Tel.: +995 492 25 15 26 Kharagauli Museum of Local Lore Address: 47. 9 Aprili str., Kharagauli, Imereti, Georgia Tel.: +995 433 22 14 16 Sachkhere Museum of Local Lore Address: Village Skhvitori, Sachkhere district, Imereti, Georgia Tel.: +995 435 22 53 19 Akaki Tsereteli State Museum Address: Village Skhvitori, Sachkhere District, Imereti, Georgia Tel.: +995 435 22 16 97

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Bakuriani Hotels Hotel Villa Palace

Family Hotel Fagus

Hotel Prima

Family Hotel Leonid

Tel./Fax.: +995 267 24 02 73 Cell: +995 595 90 11 44 E-mail: info@villapalace.ge www.vilapalace.ge

Cell: +995 595 24 43 00; +995 593 71 58 55 www.welcome.ge/fagus

Cell: +995 555 39 33 93 hotelprima@mail.com www.welcome.ge/prima

Cell: +995 599 58 81 78 +995 599 28 07 31 www.welcome.ge/leonid

Family Hotel Marinino

Hotel Antre Batono

Cell: +995 595 31 88 80 www.welcome.ge/marinino

Cell: +995 593 98 99 10 +995 593 91 76 67 Tel.: +995 267 24 00 08

Family Hotel Red House

Cottage in Bakuriani

Cell: +995 595 54 10 10, +995 599 22 10 10 www.welcome.ge/redhouce

Cell: +995 595 19 19 00; +995 599 75 58 55; +995 599 51 28 73 E-mail: ika_pio@yahoo.com www.welcome.ge/cottageinbakuriani

Family Hotel Tinatin Cell: +995 599 73 74 64 www.welcome.ge/tinatin

Hotel Tbilisi

Family Hotel Elene

Cell: +995 568 65 77 88 +995 599 44 87 44

Cell: +995 599 91 00 01 www.welcome.ge/elene

Hotel Sopro’ss

Family Hotel Lamani

Cell: +995 595 97 53 98 +995 595 97 53 99 E-mail: sopross@yahoo.com skype - sopross7

Cell: +995 593 65 69 76 www.welcome.ge/lamani

Family Hotel Edelweiss

Hotel Evrika

Cell: +995 599 50 63 49; +995 599 95 25 94 Tel.: +995 267 24 04 10 www.welcome.ge/edelweiss

Cell: +995 577 54 54 55; +995 577 57 57 85 Tel.: +995 267 24 05 04/05/06 www.welcome.ge/eurika

Famyli Hotel Villa Amiranis Parki Cell: +995 599 24 09 03 +995 599 24 50 40 Tel.: +995 32 296 50 36

Hotel Melisi Tel.: +995 32 245 18 48; Cell: +995 599 53 43 43 +995 599 50 21 86 +995 599 72 72 52 www.welcome.ge/hotei_melisi

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Hotel Elite House

Hotel New House

Family Hotel Etalasi

Cell: +995 599 50 42 80 www.welcome.ge/dracon

Cell: +995 593 98 99 10 +995 593 91 76 67 Tel.: +995 267 24 00 08

Cell: +995 599 20 17 20 +995 591 62 26 41 E-mail: newhousebakuriani@gmail.com www.welcome.ge/newhouse

Cell: +995 599 54 14 70 www.welcome.ge/etalasi

Renovated Hotel Ritza Cell: +995 557 59 33 59 E-mail: 4seasons_hm@mail.ru www.4seasons.ge

Cell: +995 599 91 00 01

Hotel Shale

Hotel Tega

Cell: +995 599 50 40 68 +995 577 76 96 86 +995 597 76 96 86

Cell: +995 599 67 89 29 +995 579 15 39 85 +995 592 00 81 92

Famyli Hotel Sandro Papa

Bakuriani

Tel.: +995 599 63 44 33 www.welcome.ge/sandropapa

Melisi www.davisvenot.ge/hotel _ melisi

Family Hotel Imedi Tel.: +995 267 24 00 28 Cell: +995 599 55 08 35; +995 593 75 91 88 www.welcome.ge/imedi

Famyli Hotel Littele House

Famyli Hotel Boka Cell: +995 599 18 53 41 +995 599 76 84 13 Tel: +995 790 18 53 41

Hotel Anga Cell: +995 599 19 01 50 www.welcome.ge/anga

Bakuriani Edelweiss www.welcome.ge/edelweiss

Family Hotel Cell: +995 599 19 43 11 +995 599 95 59 54

Family Hotel X Cell: +995 599 96 55 43 www.welcome.ge/hotelx

Family Hotel Villa Bakuriani Cell: +995 599 58 81 78 +995 599 28 07 31 www.welcome.ge/villa_bakuriani

Family Hotel Chemi Sakhli Tel.: +995 32 253 44 45 Cell: +995 599 56 44 45 www.welcome.ge/chemisakhli

Family Hotel Magi Cell: +995 599 19 38 42 www.welcome.ge/magi

Hotel Apollon Cell: +995 577 73 07 72 www.welcome.ge/hotel_apollon

Bakuriani Dracon www.welcome.ge/dracon

Family Hotel Victoria Cell: +995 599 55 87 13 www.welcome.ge/victoria

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Svaneti “Manoni’s Guesthouse”

Batumi Hotel O.Galogre

Mestia

Mestia www.mestianews.ge

“Black Sea” www.welcome.ge/blacksea

Borjomi Olymp

Address: 9, Vardzia str., Town of Aspindza, Georgia Cell: +995 593 90 64 05

“Svaneti Koka”

Titebi

Farmhouse Bermukha

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Kobuleti

Address: 16, Gogebashvili str., Town of Aspindza, Georgia Cell: +995 599 18 17 63; +995 599 58 34 18

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Mestia

Aspindza

# 8 Gorgasali Str., Batumi, Georgia Tel.: + 995 422 74845 Tel.: + 995 422 74874 Cell: + 995 597 171510 Web: www.hotelgalogre.com E-Mail: info@hotelgalogre.com

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WWW.BETSYSHOTEL.COM Tbilisi Tbilisi Marriott City Centre Address: 13, Rustaveli Ave., Tbilisi, Georgia Tel.: +/995 322/ 77 92 00 Fax: +/995 322/ 77 92 10 Sales: +/995 322/ 779191 ext. 6211 Sales fax: +/995 322/ 779184 www.marriot.com Courtyard Marriott City Center /5 meter from City Hall/ Address: 4, Freedom Sq., Tbilisi, Georgia Tel.:+/995 322/ 77 91 00 Fex: +/995 322/ 77 91 10 Sales: +/995 322/ 779 191 ext. 6211 www.courtyard.com/tbscy Sheraton-Metechi-Palace Address: 20, Telavi St., Tbilisi, Georgia Tel.:+ /995 322/ 77 20 20; Fax: +/995 577/ 21 20 www.sheraton.com/tbilisi Betsy’s Address: 32/34, Makashvili, Tbilisi, Georgia Tel.: +/995 322/ 93 14 04; Tel.: +/995 322/ 92 39 96; Tel.:+/ 995 322/ 98 26 15; www.betsyshotel.com

Batesta Address: 52, Saburtalo str., Tbilisi, Georgia Tel.: +/995 322/ 92 01 28; 39 01 16 Tel./Fax: +/995 322/ 31 10 05 www.batesta.ge

Svaneti “House in Mestia” www.welcome.ge/houseinmestia Ambasadori Hotel in the old district of the city Address: 13,Shavteli str., Tbilisi,Georgia Tel.: +/995 322/ 92 04 03; Tel.: +/995 322/ 93 26 40 www.ambasadori.ge Villa Mtiebi Center of the city, historical place. Near to Sioni Cathedral. Address:10, Chakhrukhadze str., Tbilisi, Georgia; Tel.: +/995 322/ 92 03 42 Tel.:+/995 322/ 92 03 40; Tel.: +/995 322/ 92 03 41; www.hotelmtiebi.ge

Radisson Blu Iveria Hotel City Center Address: Rose Revolution Square 1, Tbilisi 0108, Georgia Tel.: +995 322 402 200 Fax: +995 322 402 201 info.tbilisi@radissonblu.com radissonblu.com/hotel-tbilisi

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Cafe - Bar - Restaurant “Paulaneris Koshki” New Pub-Restaurant in Mtskheta It has already opened a new pub-restaurant “Paulaneris Koshki”, that offers the

highest level of service and all the best to the guests. Restaurant ownership: yard, scene, 1st floor: beer pub, 2nd floor: banquet hall for 50 persons; the tower with 2 coupes. The interior is in old classical style. At this restaurant you can enjoy live music. The genre of music: Georgian folk and more. Type of unit: pub-restaurant; The best place – coupe VIP; The restaurant has its own parking place. Average cost per person is 20 GEL. Payment: cash, Visa. Number of seats: 120 Working Hours: 10:00 – 23:00 Address: Natakhtari, Mtshketa. Tel.: +995 32 214 81 49; +995 32 214 81 50 Reservation: +995 32 2 148 149 Cell: +995 555 13 70 80 Internet: WiFi www.paulaner-pub.ge

Cafe-Restaurant “People’s”

Cafe-restaurant was founded on the 7 of July in 2007. This is semi-classic restaurant with a beautiful terrace in front. The interior is nook and quiet. The interior fragments are taken from the works of different artists and is mainly in European style. Cafe restaurant is shaped by tasty music. In the nearest future, during the lunch hours there will play pianist from Thursday till Sunday that is well suited to have a rest and meal. Sometimes there are also arranged events. For example, there was event connected to “Fashion Week” and the concert of Achiko Nijaradze that on the whole was given to the guests. The menu is in available in 2 languages: Georgian and English. The service personnel speak in 7 languages: Georgian, English,

French, Russian, Arabic, Turkish. The cooks working there have work experience got in foreign countries. Type: European cafe-restaurant Cuisine: European+ International Price: head chef’s special meal: “Salmon People’s”-27, 90 gel. Special drink: “Cold coffee with ice-cream”-9, 90 gel. The most expensive meal: “Krevets like tiger with the grains of sezam”- 34, 90 gel. The cheapest meal: “Tsezar with chicken”-11, 90. The most expensive alcoholic drink: Whisky“Royal salute (21 year old)”, 20 ml- 46, 90. The cheapest drink: “G & B”-6, 90 gel. 20% lunch discount 12:00-15:00. Tables: 21 inside restaurant, 26 on terrace. Working hours: 12:00-02:00 Address: Tabidze Str. #10 Tel.: +995 32 245 08 08; +995 32 298 48 51 Internet: WiFi Filial of this cafe-restaurant: “For Season”- 4 Mitskevichi Str. It is possible to hire the place for special arrangements, depending on the days, hours, number of people and employers. E-mail: peoplescafe@caucasus.net

Restaurant “Ukrainochka” “Ukrainochka” – it is s calm, romantic place where, together your friends you can celebrate the important facts of your live. There each gust is treated with great respect and attention. Menu in our restaurant is more than universal because the dishes made by our chief cook are the mixture of best cuisine traditions of Georgia and Ukraine. There are working professionals whose main goal is to make your party unforgettable, quality and comfortable. Offer: Live music; Georgian-Ukraine Cuisine; Bread baked in restaurant; Nook surroundings; Wonderful view;

Restaurant “Imperiali” Restaurant “Imperiali” has been working since April 30th, 2009. It’s special for guests in any age, with any taste and characterized by refined interior and exterior. The restaurant has a variety of Georgian and European dishes to offer, a bar with nonalcoholic and alcoholic drinks and a professional barmen. The restaurant has a life bend DJ and the choreographic team which will make your visit to “Imperiali” much more special. Restaurant has three halls: Golden, Silver and VIP Halls (350-250-100 persons). All three of them are decorated in a modern style with the classical atmosphere. The restaurant has 12 separate private rooms as well, desidned in a mixed Georgian European style. There is the birthday party center at the restaurant for the children, where you can benefit from 10% discount in case of more than 25 children visiting. Kitchen: Georgian and foreign All kind of alcoholic drinks (wine, beer, various cocktails) Open for 750 persons, (350+250+100)

“Publishing House Navigator” - Magazine “Welcome to Georgia” The whole information of the existing recreation and tourist potential in Georgia is available on our website www.welcome.ge. To place information in our magazine, please contact us. 34 Anton Katalikosi str.; Cell: +995 599 32 04 02 E-mail: yanakashibadze@gmail.com

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Banquets, corporate events, weddings; Business lunch; Catering for tourists. Cell:: +995 593 33 02 34 Address: Island situated in Ardagani lake, Khimshiashvili str., Batumi, Georgia www.restoran-ukrainochka.com

Payment: cash and credit card 10% reduction card for regulars Live music, dance ensemble and professional DJ Parking place Restaurant opening hours: 10:00 a.m. - 01:00 a.m. Address: 28 Mchedlidze St., Kutaisi, Georgia Tel.: +995 431 27 69 99; +995 790 80 90 90 Cell: +995 579 19 19 39; +995 579 11 11 10. E–mail: infoimperial@rocketmail.com Website: www.imperialcom.ge

Official representative in Armenia – Drago Barzini Tel.: +374 10 350-600 Cell: +374 99 583-358 +374 99 358-583 E-mail: mail@dragobarzini.com www.dragobarzini.com

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