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Written by Buvaneshwari Gopinath on August 4, 2020 Share on

Best time to visit Georgia to experience the different seasons

Georgia in the European Union is one amazing destination everyone should visit in their lifetime. Surrounded by lakes and mountains, the country looks like a fairy tale. The city experience is best in every season, the view from your room changes accordingly. There is no perfect or right time to visit the city as all seasons are just equally perfect. Enjoy a hike to the Caucasus mountains, swim by the Black sea and click pictures around the blossomed flowers when you are in Georgia. We bring to you an article about the best time to visit Georgia.

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Seasons of Georgia Europe

Summer Season in Georgia

The city of Tbilisi is the capital of Georgia. It experiences summer between the month of July and August. People around the world love to visit Georgia during this time of the year. The temperature here usually differs from 20 degrees to 30 degrees Celsius. Summer season is the peak season for the tourism industry of Georgia. If you are planning to visit the beach or any other coastal regions, unlike the rest of the city, it’ll be humid here.

Things to do in Georgia during summer

  • There is always a music festival happening around the clock in Tbilisi during summer. Attend one of it and dance freely.
  • Summers here are a perfect time to go on a trek. Tbilisi is surrounded by mountains and do you need a reason to trek?
  • Though coastal areas tend to get humid, you should definitely visit the Black Sea and several other lakes around the city.
Black Sea
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Winter Season in Georgia

The city starts to experience snowfall as early as the month of September. The snowfall remains through the months of September to February making it a pleasant time to visit. If you are planning to visit Georgia during the winter, we suggest you go between the months of September and November. This is because the city experiences freezing temperatures later in the year making it little uncomfortable and unsafe to travel.

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Things to do in Georgia during winter

  • Visit the famous puppet theatre known as the Rezo Gabriadze Marionette in the city of Tbilisi.
  • The city is covered with beautiful landscapes. Go on a winter hike and play in the snow.
  • Sulphur baths are some iconic places to rejuvenate your body in the city. Head to one such places and enjoy the hot bath in the cold winter.
Caucasus Mountain
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Spring Season in Georgia

Not too cold nor too hot, Spring is the perfect time to visit any city if you love travelling. The city of Tbilisi in Georgia experiences a perfect Spring season between the months of March and May. The city might experience some rainfall every now and then, making it look like a fairy tale. Roam around and shop some beautiful souvenirs.

Things to do in Georgia during spring

  • The city of Tbilisi offers stunning views. Pretty golden lights blinking with little rainfall and the green grasses are eye-catching. So when you are there, be sure to enjoy this view with your loved ones.
  • Spring season is when the flowers bloom to the fullest. Visit the botanical garden located in Tbilisi to take a look at the colourful regional flowers.
  • The vineyards of Tbilisi make fresh wine during the season of spring. Head to one such place and enjoy some wine and cheese for your brunch.

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