Emotions are Georgia

Georgia lies at the crossroads of Europe and Asia and is a country of breathtaking landscapes, delicious cuisine and a rich history stretching back over 5,000 years. Georgia combines cultural sites, walks along stunning countryside and exploration of amazing historical sites. Georgia has something for everyone, with cultural hotspots, UNESCO sites, trekking tours and activities like horse riding, jeep tours and rafting.


The city that loves you

Dating back to the 5th century, Tbilisi is the soul of Georgia. It is brimming with history, culture and diversity: picturesque architecture, historical throwbacks, stunning urban spaces, an alternative arts scene, excellent clubs and unforgettable cuisine. Remaining the beating heart of the Caucasus, modern and ancient Tbilisi is a city of contrasts.
Tbilisi — NextUp MICE Georgia
Paragliding in Kazbegi — NextUp MICE Georgia


Views that will blow your mind

Georgia is one of the most ecologically diverse places in the world with its spectacular landscapes and flora and fauna. Situated on the Black Sea coast, between the mountain ranges of the Greater Caucasus in the north and the Lesser Caucasus in the south, it truly is heaven for nature and hike lovers.


Celebration of life and unforgettable energy of freedom

Georgia is a country with an ancient, rich and unique culture. Georgian polyphonic singing is an invaluable tradition and UNESCO acknowledges it as a masterpiece of the world’s cultural heritage. Georgian dance also is a major cultural attraction. There are a number of dances, all with a different purpose and meaning. Seeing a Georgian dance really is an unforgettable experience.
Folklor  — NextUp MICE Georgia


The living culture of three writing system

Georgian is on the list of intangible cultural heritage of humanity and is one of only 14 existing alphabets in the world. Georgia’s written language has produced three alphabets – Mrgvlovani, Nuskhuri and Mkhedruli – which all remain in use today. The alphabets coexist thanks to their different cultural and social functions, all reflecting an aspect of Georgia’s diversity and identity.

Georgian traditional feast “Supra”

Paramount to Georgian identity

Georgian social culture is encapsulated in a feast (Georgian “Supra”) of traditional Georgian cuisine and a variety of Georgian wines, which have been produced in Georgia for over 8,000 years. Georgia is often referred as the “Cradle of Wine”. The Georgian way of winemaking – in clay pots called Qvevri – is on UNESCO’s list of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Today, over 500 varieties of grapes are grown throughout the country.

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